Five Stars: Is Anybody Out There

I recently read Is Anybody Out There based on this review  by Tim Challies.

I am so glad I did.

This quick-moving memoir tells of the saddest childhood experience and painstaking attempt to understand what life is for. Mez McConnell delivers his life story to the world with brutal honesty yet humble voice. With it, he illustrates quite well the messiness of the church. Every believer would be made wiser by reading this great book and remembering the responsibility we have as the people of God to the lost Mez’s wandering the streets today.

You can expect some tears, some pretty good humor and a splendid reminder of how amazing God’s grace is.

Buy on Amazon (Kindle version is available)

Here is a video testimony of McConnell’s story. It just scratches the surface of what the book covers.

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One response to “Five Stars: Is Anybody Out There

  1. Pingback: The “Beautiful Mess” of the Church – Part 4 | Servant Living

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