"Our religion is little more than a matter of convenience. We give it its just due--when it's convenient for us." With his trademark writing style, William Ulsh blends vibrant historical accounts and theological reflection to uncover the roots of passive religion and call readers to a spiritual quest on the road less traveled. Exploring the characteristics of those who made a mark on the world, Ulsh points out that they were often vilified for the very attributes that defined their greatness: resolute, rebellious, reckless, resolved, relentless, revolutionary, radical and resilient. While today's timid Christian may dismiss the call to greatness as one that is only extended to a select few, Ulsh contends that many possess the seeds of destiny, but few water and cultivate them in their lives. This leads to despair and disappointment as God-given dreams succumb to the gravitational pull of mediocrity and safety. Journey with Ulsh as he uncovers the unexpected possibilities and asks the uncomfortable questions. "This world has absolutely every right to question us," he writes. "Where is this awesome God you keep talking about and what is He waiting for?"
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