The book has a very practical orientation.
Brandon Hatmaker's book "Barefoot Church" helps the church become good news while resisting consumerism, materialism, and individualism.
This book is a great outline for a missional church - It should be recommended reading for every pastor and church leader.
One if the most challenging and nessecary reads for the church (another being Interrupted by Brian's wife, Jen). Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book is very thought-provoking. Brings awareness to the struggles other people experience and offers practical ways to help. Read morePublished 26 days ago by dd
Brandon Hatmaker provides a modern model for executing the Great Commission, through churches that are out in "the world," good, bad and ugly as that can be.Published 2 months ago by Stephen L. Wolborsky
This is a book for all believers to read. It gives us a true picture of what Church should be from a Biblical perspective. Can't wait to implement it's ideas.Published 2 months ago by Beverly Richardson
This is a much needed story of what the Bible is really about. It it well written and communicated. Every church needs this insite.Published 2 months ago by B. Bebee
Bought this book for a church men's group I am starting to attend. The book jumps from page 28 to page 61. Book is worthless missing multiple chapters. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm involved with a new community food pantry, and I thought this book might be relevant to our work. I was right! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Novalene Thurston
Helps get you thinking and acting on how you can change for the better. How we can be obedient to Christ. Very well written!Published 3 months ago by Kara L. Youngquist
Read this book after reading Jenn's Interrupted and it was a great sequel in the sense that it delivered more practical application for becoming more mission-minded. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shannon Castaneda