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So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore

An Unexpected Journey

Author Jake Colsen
Narrator Jake Colsen
Runtime 5 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Oasis Audio
Downloads ZIP MP3
Release Date May 3, 2009
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)
What would you do if you met someone you thought just might be one of Jesus original disciples still living in the 21st Century? That's Jake's dilemma as he meets a man who talks of Jesus as if he had known him, and whose way of living challenges everything Jake had previously known.
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What would you do if you met someone you thought just might be one of Jesus original disciples still living in the 21st Century? That's Jake's dilemma as he meets a man who talks of Jesus as if he had known him, and whose way of living challenges everything Jake had previously known. So You Don t Want to Go To Church Anymore is Jake's compelling journal that chronicles thirteen conversations with his newfound friend over a four-year period and how those exchanges turn Jake's world upside-down. With his help, Jake faces his darkest fears, struggles through brutal circumstances and comes out on the other side in the joy and freedom he always dreamed was possible. If you're tired of just going through the motions of Christianity and want to mine the depths of what it really means to live deeply in Christ, you ll find Jake's story will give you hope for your own. This book probes the difficult questions and offers some far-reaching answers. It just might turn your world upside-down as well!

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This is one of those...
This is one of those books that, for us, brought into clear focus what we have been feeling led to for a long time. A relationally rather than institutionally based approach to the Christian walk.
The principals and direction of the book are well intended, poignant, even, but poorly executed with weak, contrived dialogue. This made it hard to really enjoy. The audio quality was fine, but the actual reading was a much lower quality than the rest of our audio collection.
I don't think I would have made it through the book in print, so I was glad to have the audio version.
Get it, hear it, live it!
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