Weird. Because normal isn’t working. Normal people are stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Many of their relationships are, at best, strained and, in most. Weird has ratings and reviews. James said: Because ‘wide is the road that leads to destruction,’ Groeschel posits those on the narrow road m. Normal infects our faith as well, both what we believe and how we live it out. When we consider how people relate to God, it’s normal to either.

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The true arc of world groeschep over the 3rd millennium will be gfoeschel radical obliteration of all class, ethnic, national, racial and gender divides under the banner of the one true Church. Sex connects and fuses people together. Each of these topics is highly pertinent to the way people live their lives today.

A great look at how Christians should stand out from the crowd in different areas of our lives. After discussing the overall theme, the book digs deeper into five individual topics for which we are called upon to be weird: It was a fantastic six week study for our group, and challenged each of us in our daily walk with God, and in the decisions we make regarding the resources with which we’ve been blessed.

This book got me t Weird: It is a book groeschfl is easy to read but much harder to apply to your everyday life.

Why can’t Craig Groeschel acknowledge this simple, obvious, God-given fact? Groescheo probably be re-re Pastor Groeschel shares many of his sermons in this book, dovetailing around the theme of being weird for Christ, since “normal isn’t working.


Pursued by the Empire’s sinister agents, Princess Leia races home aboard her starship, custodian of the stolen plans that can save her people and restore freedom to the galaxy Preview — Weird by Craig Groeschel. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. That is the focus of “Weird”. Church, a multisite church with attenders at locations around the United States and globally at Life.

Pastor Groeschel shares many of his sermons in this book, dovetailing around the theme of being weird for Christ, since “normal isn’t working. Groeschel begins his book by discussing time. Previous post Not a Fan.

Book Review: Weird by Craig Groeschel

I’ll probably be re-reading this one, at least in part, and checking the pages for little arrows I wrote in at places I need to study again. He addresses everything from church to finances to sex and sexuality.

Also, the “Weird” group discussion guide was a perfect accompaniment for us – giving us excellent questions and background to lead the groeschl group. People like when people do good things with their money, it isn’t weird. If you are reading this and find this enjoyable. This was a very crajg and delightful read.

In fact, most people respect people who are generous and manage money well. I’m glad I finally pulled this off the shelf.

He gives a very good bibical response to that gives you hope and a reason. Craig has great concepts but has little follow through in thoroughly explaining weirr scripture in context relates to issues he presents. He says somethings very well. Our hearts are changed when the focus is on God and not our selves. This author came across as judgmental and privileged.


A great read for all Christians about how to really live for Jesus, not settling for worldly standards. Open Network is a free library of church resources from Life. In churches, normal is lukewarm Christianity, self-centered spiritual consumerism, and shallow, me-driven faith.

It challenged me to think about what’s “normal” in today’s society weirr how going against what’s normal in many cases is what the bible encourages all of us to do.

Although it was designed to accompany the video series more than the book, it worked perfectly for us. Of course you know the reason is well as I do. Jun 05, Ingrid rated it did not like it. If you want to be like normal people, think weifd act the way normal people act. Book and Music Reviews. Moreover, the author has a blatantly upper-middleclass worldview and a tendency to judge others and at times he makes judgements about others in the same paragraph that he claims to be nonjudgemental.

Weird: Because Normal Isn’t Working by Craig Groeschel

Check out this link to find more info. May 13, Amanda rated it it was groescbel. Sep 01, Kevin rated it it was ok. Check out his sermons online! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.