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5 Stars Out Of 5
August 10, 2012
Chris Travis is a real guy who encourages other real people. His style draws you in, his stories come alive, and his punchline makes a difference in how you think. If you've ever wondered if you were making an impact, or have known someone who doubts their own value, here's a simple remedy that is not a quick fix. But InSignificant is profoundly direct and eminently helpful. Really.
Chris Travis has written a beautiful little book. I was reminded of some great films like To Sir With Love, Stand and Deliver and Freedom Writers. In other words, this book inspires. But it goes beyond mere inspiration and challenges us. You may feel insignificant. You may be insignificant. And God may be planning to use your insignificance to change the world.
I had to stop reading several times to let my tears settle. It is hard to see a grown man cry and in this narrative, he hurts and cries. It is also moving to see how children strive to just get by in one of America's most dangerous middle schools
There are a myriad lessons here. Sometimes life hurts and sometimes we learn the most about ourselves and what our lives mean through pain. Sometimes we have to be completely humbled before we can be completely used by God.
I'd like to see a movie of this book. But the end the inSignificant story is still being written. We still don't know how it ends. Chris is changing the world and inspiring us to join him. And I, for one, would like to see inSignificant made into a film.