Hope of Nations by John S. Dickerson (book review)

24 07 2018
After reading the title of this book, I was tempted to write it off as another book on international missions.



After reading the first half of this book, I was tempted to despair. Hope was barely in sight.
After reading the whole book, I was hope-filled, encouraged and, most importantly, better equipped for the future as a person, a father, and a church leader in America.
This book is what I wanted The Benedict Option to be. It is a wake-up call to the American church (global, actually) + A To Do list of what to do when you wake up.
Wake-up/Alarm + To Do List = Hope of Nations
Dickerson takes his experience as a journalist, wraps it with his Bible and shares his diagnosis and prescription with a prophetic and pastoral presentation that frees us from the paralysis that would come if he didn’t finish the book.
It’s an important book.
It’s a book you should read.
Disclaimer: The book was a free gift from the publisher for me to read and review. My review is simply my take on his book.



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