This book was so clearly written. it is truly inspiring to live a honest and sacrificial life for God. It's a fast read and the second it's over you want to read it again. there areso many nuggets and amazing stories and examples especially the one where he forgives the abuser of his sister. It is a life-changing back
It's hard to listen to someone else reading his book if you know how Craig speaks, but it's still good content once you glaze past that disparity.
Very convicting book. I'm reading "not a fan." by Kyle Idleman now as well and it's very much along the same lines. When are you ready to stop being a fan of Jesus and become a follower. I am ready to stop being a Christian Athiest. I do wish Groeschel would have narrated his own book but I got over it.
This is a great book. Really makes you stand back and take a look at where you are in your walk with God. Craig is very real...and plain spoken. So refreshing!
A great book, especially for those like me who struggles to live a sincere and honest Christian life, but in certain way we might found ourselves taking basics and fundamental things for granted. This book will make you meditate on aspects in your life, highly recommended.
One of the reviewers said that the reader was depressing to listen to- I didn't find that at all. I thought it was a great book. I enjoyed it. The author put himself in the 'christian atheist' column and gave many personal, challenging stories. I've never heard or read anything from Craig Groeschel, but I will be looking for more of his material after this. Check it out- you won't be disappointed.