Chuck Reinhold's book:

"A Life Worth Living, What I Learned Along the Way."

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:


Barnes & Noble




‘In Christ We All Have A Life Worth Living!’The Lord plus nothing is everything!'

(Philippians 3) 'There is nothing more important to me than my relationship with Christ.'

(John 15:5, Philippians 3:8, Philippians 1:21, Matthew 6:33, Luke 9:23, Luke 14:33)

"Meaningful time is always filled with love and laughter. I have always felt from my Young Life days that it was God who gave us humor and laughter. I can only imagine the fun and laughter Jesus and the twelve experienced together. I can almost hear the disciples saying , 'This is Living!'"

-Chuck Reinhold

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A little about how Chuck and Linda are doing:

It is now May 2018 and Chuck is very much with us!  At seventy-nine, he continues to struggle with short-term memory loss, but he’s quite lucid when it comes to recalling many events from childhood and beyond.  

Chuck and Linda have known each other for fifty-five years and been married for all but five of those.  With his Bible and trusty tools like the Topical Memory System and Search the Scriptures by his side, Chuck continues to greet each day with his special time with the Lord, Linda said. “This routine of his continues to give me confidence and comfort in my own life.  He reads a lot and loves sitting in his recliner listening to hymns! Chuck’s life might be lived in a smaller environment, but his heart and mind continue to be full of meaning, joy and life. He simply says, ‘In Christ we all have a life worth living!’”

Cliché as it may sound, Linda and Chuck have only grown in their love and need for one another.
Back in 2012, Linda became very sick. “We thought she had a stroke,” Hollie said, “and after some time she was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis (a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease).”
Realizing the difficulties in trying to live on their own, Linda and Chuck soon sold their house. The two now spend time between Josh’s home in Virginia and Hollie’s in Tennessee.


(This is Hollie, Chuck’s daughter. My dad has been struggling with short term memory issues for years now. The wonderful thing is that his heart memory is 100% there. He is his joyful self in the moment. I am working alongside my dad to help him share his words and his heart on his website and social media.)