In a country full of media over saturation and the "now" generation, has the American Evangelical church fallen in among the noise, rather than seeking to set itself apart – much as Jesus him self strived to do? Is this generation being lost while the true message of Christ is being compromised to attract a crowd? In a Gospel that speaks about simplicity and sacrifice, have we – the modern church – sought instead for a "better" way? This book explores that train of thought and asks tough questions concerning the idea that our modern church has become just another neon sign in an uptown neighborhood, rather than the true city on a hill.
A collection of prose and poetry by Justin Lee Hodges. Written from the perspective of a lost soul searching for peace and meaning, this collection of works explores desperation, hopelessness, and loss, yet still clings to something larger that can save.