• Holy Discontent

Posted by: kidhelper on Sunday, June 5th, 2011

Holy Discontent: A Book Review

Holy Discontent: Fueling the Fire That Ignites Personal Vision By Bill Hybels, Zondervan Publishers, 2007, 149 pages

Holy Discontent is another life-changing book that just might clarify and solidify your calling from God. At first, I was wondering just how this volume would impact me. But I soon realized that Bill Hybil was unpacking some of my story.

What drives leaders to embark on a relentless mission for God? Passionate purpose is illustrated with leaders like Moses, Mother Teresa, Nehemiah, Ghandi and even stories from Bill Hybil’s life story.

Having grown up with now famous classic cartoon like Popeye, I recalled his famous line that preceded his going for the spinach. “That’s all I can stands, I can stands no more!” This Popeye Moment illustrates what Bill Hybil calls Holy Discontent.

I recommend this book to help you, not only find your own personal area of Holy Discontent, but to fight for and follow it, even when it takes some mid-course turns.

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2 Responses to “• Holy Discontent”

Katrina, Sunday School Blogger Says:
June 10th, 2011 at 2:48 pm

I haven’t heard of Holy Discontent, but I’ve been on the lookout for a great book about ministry leadership…and it sounds like this might be just the book I’ve been looking for. I’ve already ordered it and can’t wait to jump in. Do you know of any other terrific books geared towards ministry leadership and person vision?

kidhelper Says:
June 10th, 2011 at 3:57 pm

Katrina, thanks for the response. You might come back in week or two i will be adding another book review that is also quite good. Barney


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