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.
I am halfway through the book, but I am finding it to be a very good book. It touches directly on an issue that seems largely ignored and provides great insights on it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by grw
I liked the fact-based, historical, and statistically approachPublished 1 month ago by Mike Wischnewski
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 2 months 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 4 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 17 months ago by Comedy and Integrity Fan
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 18 months ago by CL in Ohio