Overall, I thought it was a really interesting book.
A couple of different times I just looked at my wife and smiled because many of things that I read in the book were happening right before my eyes.
I barely got the first paragraph read before my husband took over the book and basically read it all in one night.
Early on, Mr Murrow identifies with the spirit of books like Wild at Heart, etc. He makes a number of observations about the institutional church some of which are amusing and some... Read morePublished 1 month ago by On the Level
Brilliant insights into a sociological phenomenon. The author details various factors and gives enough, but not too many, statistics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew C. Smith
Everything seemed like it could be true, except for I personally don't go for any seeker-sensitive ideas that he presents.Published 15 months ago by Christian Fan of Comedy
I met with a pastor who implemented every recommendation in this book and she found great success in attracting more men to her church. Read morePublished 16 months ago by CL in Ohio
I'm interested in building our churches male participation and this book helps to understand why male participation is so low. Read morePublished 17 months ago by James Metzgar
To steal and modify Mark Twain's line about weather: Everybody knows men are staying away from church, but nobody does anything about it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mark Wilsonwood
Great book, everyone should read it. Let's stop complaining about church and put some of what this book suggests into action!Published 18 months ago by Christina A Friesen
It was helpful. After reading it, we invited a family to our house. The Dad hadn't gone to church in a long time and came the next day and has been attending with his family ever... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Barb Gutho