What others are saying about Ready or Not:
In this readable, relevant book…Christian readers setting out into the wilds of adulthood will find this a helpful guide.
I can think of no two people better equipped to help twentysomethings make the most of these volatile years.I wish I had this book when I finished college almost five years ago. Read this book and live your life with worshipful intentionality.
Chris Martin, founder of MillennialEvangelical.com and development specialist at LifeWay Christian Resources
This probing and practical book consolidates the best Christian thinking on life’s purpose and presents it in an engaging way. In the midst of many competing messages about what young adulthood is about, I hope every twentysomething will prayerfully engage this work among friends.
Katelyn Beaty, author of A Woman’s Place and Christianity Today editor at large
In Ready or Not we are invited into a conversation about the most important things in life . . . hope, purpose, and meaning. Taking serious questions seriously, the book is a remarkable guide for those wanting honest help along the way as vocations are formed and loves become incarnate. Never ivory-tower, Drew Moser and Jess Fankhauser draw on hours and years of life in the world of twentysomethings, offering the wisdom and experience born of their own thoughtful engagement of the challenges facing folks in college and beyond who want to make sense of life, who they are, why they are, and how they are going to live.
Steven Garber, author of Visions of Vocation: Common Grace for the Common Good and professor of marketplace theology and leadership, Regent College
Drew and Jess seem to have their fingers on the pulse of this generation and the hope, dreams, and questions that each of us face. If you are in your twenties and find yourself looking for wisdom and insight into your life, read this book.
Nathan Clarkson, actor, filmmaker, and bestselling author of Different, http://www.nathanclarkson.me
Ready or Not takes an in-depth look into the hopes, fears, questions, and realities of what it’s like to be a twentysomething in the world today. It offers wisdom for those who want to make these years count. The authors know their audience and have provided a very hopeful tool for this generation.
Ben Nugent, national director, Nav20s (The Navigators)
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