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Publisher's Summary

Bill Hybels invites you to consider the dramatic impact your life will have when you allow your holy discontent to fuel instead of frustrate you. Using examples from the Bible, his own life, and the experiences of others, Hybels shows how you can find and feed your personal area of holy discontent, fight for it when things get risky, and follow it when it takes a mid-course turn. As you live from the energy of your holy discontent, you'll fulfill your role in setting what is wrong in this world right.
©2007 Bill Hybels (P)2007 Zondervan

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An Alarm for the heart

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I highly recommend this book to everyone who has something that they just can't stands anymore. It awakens our hearts to the brokenness around us and motivates us to do something about it.

What did you like best about this story?

The way Hybels takes biblical stories and contrasts them with people of our generation.

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Great book, ok production

This is such an inspiring and powerful book. I enjoyed every minute of it. The editing of the audio was jarring in some places. And some of the chapters ended abruptly, without the slightest pause before the next chapter started. Just my 2 cents. But still totally worth a listen.