Overrated by Eugene Cho is a gut-wrenchingly honest look at life. From how much television the average American watches over the course of a lifetime, to how much food Americans shovel in at buffet places. Eugene challenges readers to get up and do something.
Instead of forwarding an email, join a cause and go do something. Instead up updating a Facebook status about the injustice of __________ Go do something about it.
This is a very good book from someone who is actually putting his money where his mouth is. He shows us through his own actions that there is more to life, more to ministry than just within the walls of the church.
Excellent book. If you're stuck in the mundane, give this one a read.