Saturday, September 6, 2014

Eugene Cho Overrated Review and Giveaway #OverratedBook

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This book is my confession. It’s painful and honest, but it’s mine. And it’s this: I am more in love with the idea of changing the world than actually changing the world. This isn’t a message of guilt or shame. But it is a call, to both you and me, to be less infatuated with telling a good story and instead live the good story—a story of faith, hope, courage, and justice. -Eugene Cho

Eugene Cho talks about how we use 140 characters to start a conversation but challenges readers to go deeper!  He makes you consider putting your money where your mouth is. We spend so much time on computer, mobile devices and sharing our opinions, but do we really make a different in the world? How is it possible to do that today?

About the book:

We all want to change the world, but as pastor Eugene Cho found out, it takes more than just desire. It takes action. In this personal confession he encourages readers to discover a practical discipleship that begins with the recognition that changing the world starts with changing ourselves.

Many people today talk about justice, but are they living justly? They want to change the world, but are they being changed themselves? Eugene Cho shares his story, a messy, painful story of being more in love with the ideas behind the actions than counting the cost and being a world-changer in action. Because everyone loves justice and compassion, but few have taken it upon themselves to truly live it out in their own lives. Cho is still on that journey to discover what it means, and invites readers to join him.

        About the author:
Eugene is the founder and visionary of One Day’s Wagesa grassroots movement of people, stories, and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty. He is the founder and senior pastor of Quest Church, an urban, multicultural, and multigenerational church in Seattle, Washington. Eugene and his wife, Minhee, have three children.

You can check out the Overrated Book Trailer here and visit the Official Website for more information.  
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I thank he brings up alot of good questions and makes a lot of good points.
Holly W