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  1. Cindy Strawderman
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 8, 2010
    Cindy Strawderman
    This book was an eye opener for me. Very well done, and packed with lots of information. The only thing missing for me, was exploring in more detail the cure, not just the cause.
  2. Kirk Rothell
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    January 28, 2010
    Kirk Rothell
    This is sobering. It should be a must read for Sunday School teachers and a basis for a training course for them. And if you are a parent, you should read it as well. It is written by well-known statistician/poll taker and a man who has a heart for God and the future of Christianity in the US. It is a MUST READ for all Christians everywhere or our churches will be empty of young people in another generation or two.
  3. JenniferB
    Canada
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    November 17, 2009
    JenniferB
    Canada
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: Female
    Already Gone is written in a red alert, explosive burst of reactionary fervor, and theres no doubt that the statistics warrant such fervor these are (in some cases) the souls of our children, our childrens friends, and for those of us in leadership, the children weve shepherded through Sunday School, the lambs of our flock, its no wonder we are (or should be) passionate about this subject.What I found somewhat unfocused however, was the books attempt to tackle both those who have left the institutional church yet still believe, and those who arent in the church at all both universal and institutional. The vast majority of the analysis and suggestions provided are for strengthening the faith and convictions of those who have failed to latch onto the faith due to doubts and confusion. I agree completely with Hams suggestions, and am already implementing most of them in our own family. Where the book falls short, however, is in thoroughly exploring the concerns of those who have left the institutional church yet retain their faith.Perhaps this strikes more closely to home for me, because our family is currently unchurched though we are devoted to Jesus and are actively living out our faith as part of the body of Christ. In all fairness, Ham does touch upon the subject of what church is and isnt, but this area is largely unexplored, leaving the emphasis upon people leaving church buildings, and church institutions. Ham equips believers to reach into the lives of the young ones they influence regularly. His passion for Gods children is admirable, and his emphasis upon apologetics to teach all budding Christians to uphold the Word of God and defend it in an increasingly secular, post-modern society is inarguable; it ought to be heeded by us all.
  4. Karen Riddle
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 16, 2009
    Karen Riddle
    This is an easy-to-read, sobering look at our culture today and a wake-up call for those who plan to teach like they did thirty (or even twenty) years ago.
  5. Catherine D Carr
    Beaufort, SC
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 26, 2009
    Catherine D Carr
    Beaufort, SC
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    This book points out exactly what's happening with our young people and elders. Parents need to be aware.
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