Book Review: The Road Trip That Changed the world

posted on: 4.07.2014

My husband was the first to read this book. He would share with me bits and pieces of Mark Sayer's research about our culture that left me wanting more! So I picked up the book and it took me about 4 months to read. It's definitely an easy read but the content is so rich, that reading the book becomes a 'road trip', if you will. You embark in a journey, savoring each detail from the past that explains how we, as a culture, got here: our low church attendance, our fascination with new age theology, our lack of commitment in everything, and how we see our faith. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who is called to this generation, it will give you a better understand of our past generations as well. Seriously, EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ THIS!

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  1. Sounds like I need to pick this one up sometime soon =)


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