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What are practical ways to help in this? Groeschel just doesn't seem to go there nearly enough. The format of the book is great for diagnosing the problem, but not for supplying helpful solutions. Overall, it is worth the read, if only to remind you that you are not alone in your struggles for the faith. But once I've done that, I would recommend many other resources to help get stronger in each of the areas Groeschel addresses. The text flows easily, so you can breeze through it, but I'd advise against that: you can learn a lot about yourself by actually applying Groeschel's questions to your life.
Most importantly, this book will encourage people who worry that Christianity just doesn't come as easily to them as it seems to come to other people. Also, books like this are the first step in Christians dealing with claims of hypocrisy -- unless we are willing to admit our failings, we will be at risk of appearing shallow and unappealing to others.
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This ain't grand theology, and Groeschel isn't Niebuhr, Tillich or even Lewis, but that's a good thing in this case. Impressively honest. I think this is a very important book for many people, pastors and laymen alike. It is especially significant coming from a pastor of such a large church who I'd assume has intense pressure of putting up a front. What we receive in this, however, is the gift to be human and not mindless robots that interact with each other. This is not a book to come to if you're trying to understand what the Bible says about the topic of being real or anything like that.
To be honest, there are very few biblical references and this is not the intended purpose of the book. While many of these would hopefully just be understood and thus making this book unnecessary, our state of church in the United States has created a situation where this is not the case.
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Michael Cole Groeschel's page book is a popularly written self-disclosure that intends to motivate its readers to "get real. Groeschell's goal is to be honest about 9 topics Christians are reluctant to be open and honest about: Christian unity, sexual purity, loneliness, prayer meetings, anxiety, doubt, inadequacy, handling criticism, and failure. The book is an easy read. Quick readers could read it in an evening sitting.
While Groeschell is open, he doesn't drag his readers through the nasty details of his sins thankfully. A couple of sections were very helpful to me. First, in the introduction he highlights the danger and error of the "pastoral mystique" view of the pastorate.
Second, his section on learning to love other believers had some very helpful tips. Third, his chapter on loneliness has some good insights. He gives three "seclusion conclusions" that contribute loneliness: 1 "I have to perform for people," 2 "to survive in life, you can't trust anyone," and 3 "people don't really care about us