For two years Bill Hybels was haunted with the question, "Why do people do what they do?" He wanted to help people transform their dissatisfaction with life into a motivating force for change. He found insight in one likely place and in another unlikely one: in Scripture, through the life of Moses, and in the cartoon character Popeye the Sailorman. Written to move folks out of frustrated apathy into motivated action, you'll find Holy Discontent indispensable for finding, developing, and keeping a passion for vital ministry in God's kingdom. Unabridged. 3 Hours, 24 minutes. 3 CDs. Read by Larry Black.
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Customer Reviews for Holy Discontent: Fueling the Fire that Ignites Personal Vision, Unabridged Audiobook on CD
Review 1 for Holy Discontent: Fueling the Fire that Ignites Personal Vision, Unabridged Audiobook on CD
It can help you focus
Date:January 14, 2012
Location:Sun Valley, AZ
Like the previous comment the first part almost lost me, but There is alot of chalenges in this one, I will admit I'm not a reader so the audio CD's are the only way I would have made it through this or many books. I can already think of friends that this may help get them fired up about something? I know that I have to many times felt like I was just getting by and was existing and this challenges me to look for those things that fire me up to move myself and God's purpose on.
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Review 2 for Holy Discontent: Fueling the Fire that Ignites Personal Vision, Unabridged Audiobook on CD
Date:September 5, 2008
I love Bill Hybels, but got bored with this one early on. I thought there were too many illustrations from the wildly successful "Willow Church." Frankly, much of it seemed like a tired repeat of Hybel's and Willow's unique accomplishments.