• Jack Hager

>You Should Go On A "Wild Goose Chase"!

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But I know there are periods of my life where I slide dangerously close to “typicalism.” The preventative is daily submission, daily praise, daily discipline.

And now there is a prescription I take myself and heartily encourage you to take also.

It is Mark Batterson’s Wild Goose Chase.

I’ve read it in two days; and will re read it often. I am an underliner…love to underline sentences, paragraphs, etc. After three pages of Wild Goose I quit underlining…as I’d have virtually the entire book underlined!

Batterson challenges me to see fanaticism as normative for the life of a Christ follower. I double-dog-dare you to get this book and be revolutionized. Will it stick? That’s up to you and me.

Here’s a sampling to whet your appetite (and, when you want to buy the book, do so on the link at the end so I can get a few pesos…hey, I’m a missionary who raises support..every cent helps!)

I wonder if churches do to people what zoos do to animals?

I wonder if some of us are living such safe lives that not only we are bored, but so are our guardian angels?

When Christianity turns into a noun, it becomes a turnoff. Christianity was always intended to be a verb.

We can get so busy doing ‘ministry’ that we don’t have time for ministry.

It is much easier to act like a Christian than it is to react like one.

That’s enough for you to get a nibble of flavor.

Buy this book. Read this book. Apply this book.

Here’s the deal. Buy it, if you don’t like it, I’ll buy it back from you.

Deal?

Get it here: Wild Goose Chase: Reclaim the Adventure of Pursuing God

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