This is an easy and quick read. But it does a great job of pointing out the need for Christians to live in true obedience and relationship to God 24/7, rather than simply attending church services on Sunday. The sad fact is, as Jeff pointed out, that our communitites would be impacted more by the closing of Wal-Mart than by the closing of a church. The book was witty and easy to relate to (I've had days that resulted in several trips to Wal-Mart and I have my favorite sections). By the end of the book, I was challenged to examine my relationships, activities and priorities in an effort to make sure I am living as I should.
My first book project came out in December as a self-published work through CrossBooks. It's had great reception - though among a very limited audience. You can click on the Amazon link and see the reviews there.
I'm looking for folks who might be willing to read and write a blog review and then post a portion of their review on the product page of Amazon, B&N and other book sites.
In a nut shell, the book is a Christian genre work that is a challenging yet light-hearted analogy of the American Christian church to Walmart. What can the church learn from Walmart - both positive and negative? Using wit, wisdom, and yes, stories from Walmart, the reader is encouraged to live a life of faith between Sundays - not just on special religious days.
Thanks in advance!