This is a great book. I have been a Christian for well over 20 years. I have been through discipleship training, read books on evangilism and always wanted to reach people for Christ. Yet, I always felt that I was not doing enough. I had a heart for the lost, but what could I do? Why would they listen to me? What if I fall on my face and the fool? In Lost in America, Tom Clegg and Warren Bird make the evangilism possibilities of our daily lives very real. "I can do that." I kept saying that through the book.
This book makes one feel the need to give our lives to rescue those who otherwise will die. And, it is an urgent need! People are dying today without Christ. What can you do to save one person? Read this book, and you will be motivated and inspired to join the battle in a very real way.
I was challenged by this new book by Tom Clegg and Warren Bird. The basic premise of the book deals simply with America now becoming one of the largest mission fields. While majority of Evangelicals have spent time focusing on the unevangelized across the world, we quickly losing the home front. The authors inspire us to begin the process of personal evangelism.
One of the most refreshing parts to this book is the style that it is written in. Unlike most books where there is a linear approach, we read this book like an interative seminar. It is creative, fresh and easy to read. I highly recommend this book.