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Publisher's Summary

As cohost of HGTV's My Big Family Renovation, Brandon Hatmaker understands what it takes to rehab a home. But as a pastor (and husband of best-selling author Jen Hatmaker), he's more interested in rehabbing faith. And in A Mile Wide, he helps listeners transform an anemic spiritual life based on a limited understanding of God into a faith of true depth, intimacy, and power.
Offering fresh perspective on eight essentials of Christianity - the Gospel, identity, Scripture, discipleship, kingdom, mission, community, and justice - Hatmaker provides practical applications that tap in to the richer life Christ promised his people, individually and as a community. God wants more than simply to save us: He's also determined to transform us, restore us, and use us to reveal the coming of his kingdom right here, right now.
©2016 Brandon Hatmaker (P)2016 Thomas Nelson
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By Kristen on 08-27-17

Love everything about this book.

This was a great follow-up to Barefoot Church. These 2 books have truly helped and encouraged me as I've sought to understand how to practically do what the Bible teaches.

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By #1 Amazon Customer on 11-29-16

Dislike all of it

What would have made A Mile Wide better?

Christians should reject this book. He trades shallow religion for shallow pseudo-humility. Hatmaker manages to talk about himself more than anything, especially Jesus, in the book. I think we are supposed to come to a deeper faith in him by the end of the book. No thanks.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No

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1 of 3 people found this review helpful

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