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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: David C. Cook (March 1, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0781410495
  • ISBN-13: 978-0781410496
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.6 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,710 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Kyle ... is committed to helping us move in the right direction. If you need a helping hand in your journey, he'll point you to the right Person."
(Max Lucado)

"Kyle will challenge even the most obedient Christians to relook at their relationship with Christ."
(Mike Huckabee)

"Like his preaching, Kyle's writings will bring you face-to-face with areas you need to change and the One who has the power to change you."
(Dave Stone)

"Fresh, insightful, practical—Kyle's writing and teaching are helping countless people. I'm thrilled with how God is using him to challenge and encourage both Christians and those who are checking out the faith. Count me among his many fans!"
(Lee Strobel)

"If you're minimizing just how bad things have gotten in your life or are simply ready to change for good, then AHA awaits. This book is a gut punch to passivity. A bombshell to procrastination. Don't hold back now. Embrace the startling realization in these pages, talk straight to with your soul, and take immediate action. Your gracious, loving Father stands ready for you."

(Caleb Breakey)

"AHA outlines biblical transformation and how it works in a simple yet profound way. Do you want to change, improve, or grow? You must get this book!"
(Mark Batterson)

About the Author

Kyle Idleman is the teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, the fourth-largest church in America. Author of the award-winning and bestselling book Not a Fan, he regularly speaks at conferences and events around the world. He and his wife DesiRae have four children.


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Kyle Idleman is the Teaching Minister at Southeast Christian Church located in Louisville, Ky with over 22,000 in attendance every weekend. He's a guest speaker for regional and national conventions around the country and regularly speaks for some of America's most influential churches. Kyle's also the best selling author of Not A Fan book published by Zondervan. Not A Fan is also an award winning small group DVD study produced with City on a Hill (www.cityonahillproductions.com). Join the Not A Fan movement at www.facebook.com/notafan or view samples of Kyle's preaching and message presentation at www.notafan.com. He's the author and presenter of the award winning video curriculum H2O: A Journey of Faith as well as The Easter Experience. Kyle's favorite thing to do is hang out with the love of his life, DesiRae. They have been married for 15 years and have four children: MacKenzie, Morgan, Macy and Kael.

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Don’t procrastinate because that sin is lots of fun, sorta.
Michael A. Johnson
I appreciated how he mixed in personal anecdotes with Biblical examples and gave it all in a way that was very easy to grasp but also thought provoking.
Nicole R. Elliott
I'm not a fan of books that I cannot pronounce, however this new AHA Kyle Idleman book is worth reading!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cara Putman VINE VOICE on February 27, 2014
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This book is easy to digest with short chunks that should be read then pondered. I love how he shows the many ways God gives us warnings and opportunities to back away from decisions that will grieve God and harm us. This is a book I couldn't read in one sitting, but instead would read a portion, meditate on its application and implications, and then continue to the next part.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Todd Mckeever on March 12, 2014
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In Kyle Idlemans book, AHA (Awakening, Honesty, Action) Kyle takes us through the story of the prodigal son in Luke 15. Describing the experience of being in the distant country, (this Distant Country can be defined as any area of our lives that we have walked away from God) and then coming to his senses.

What drives many travelers to the Distant country is that they are running from a god that doesn’t exist. Kyle goes on to discuss that for one reason or another, their perception of God doesn’t match up with reality. They are rejecting a god they created and not the true God who created them.

The prodigal son and his perception of what it would be like without his dad but only with his money was not correct. The son still chose to leave and do it his way. Sooner or later living in the distant country the alarm will begin to sound saying stop, turn around, change, get up and to of here. Too often we do like the prodigal did, we ignore it. The prodigal son in Luke 15 didn’t hear the alarm until the pig pen.

- Didn’t hear while he made his request to his father asking for his share of the inheritance.
- Didn’t hear as his wallet became thinner and thinner while in the Distant country.
- Didn’t hear it while a famine swept through the land.
- Didn’t hear it while he took the job of a pig sitter.

He continued to hit snooze. God will allow us to experience a sampling of what we can expect if we don’t wake up.
Grab this book and read the painful but extremely encouraging and hopeful adventure as Kyle lays it out in everyday language and examples with scripture to prove it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By O. Brown HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 25, 2014
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And yes, this book will change your life...

I just finished reading "AHA: The God Moment That Changes Everything" and I do think that reading this book will lead anyone to a fresh experience of the Father's love for them. Fresh. Even if they've been a Christian for a long time.

The book starts out really slow, and was a tad boring to me since I am really familiar with the story of the prodigal son in the Bible. The book was also not appealing to me and felt gimmicky, especially with the many pastoral self-deprecating comments and stories from the author. All of that flipped--strongly flipped--for me after the chapter on Talking to Yourself (about a third of the way through the book)...the suspense and the personal impact I felt continued to build after that until it made a strong crescendo at the very end.

This is a life-changing book. It tells the old, old story of the prodigal son in a fresh way that is convicting on so many levels that it is hard to put into words. I have read others and this is fresh. Even for long-time Christians and for people who don't know the Lord at all. Buy it. And then read it from the very beginning, in order--even through the slow beginning--and allow God to work in your life as He has perhaps never done before. This was my experience, and I think that the author has crafted this book so that it will be the experience of each reader. This in itself is quite an achievement.

I have been, interestingly, on Step Two of a Twelve Step program, trying to capture the idea of a God whom I totally and completely believe it...BELIEVE IN...but Who does not truly love or support me in any type of meaningful way.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dan Panetti VINE VOICE on January 28, 2014
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If you know someone walking in the wrong direction – “wrong” being defined as away from God – this is a great book. It’s also a very good book for every Christian to read to remind us that we can all take steps in the wrong direction – and our God is loving and gracious enough to send us warnings that we are headed down a dangerous path. Idleman does a good job of casting a wide net over so many of the common missteps that people make…and the common excuses we tend to use to try to cover and hide those mistakes. Even when we are not honest with ourselves, God still sees. Idleman reminds Christians that it is better to repent and return to a right way of living – and the sooner the better! For some, warns Idleman, only “rock bottom” will wake them up. For others, a good honest evaluation or shared wisdom from good friends can help bring light to a dark area of life. Whatever the case, when that AHA moment happens – that awakening, that moment of clarity and honesty, Idleman strongly suggests that the person take action and move in God’s direction. It’s never too late to feel the loving embrace of our gracious heavenly Father!
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