Don’t Miss Wonderstruck: A Captivating New Book from Margaret Feinberg

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Stuck in the humdrum, wake up, get through the day, go to sleep, and repeat tomorrow world?  Looking for a way to reawaken the childlike amazement you had the first time you found God’s fingerprints on something?

I finally had a chance to take a look at Wonderstruck (the latest from Margaret Feinberg) this week.  I’d seen a few signs that there was a new book and ever since reading Organic God…couldn’t wait to see what’s next.  Trust me, I was not disappointed.  Wonderstruck is everything anticipated!

A popular speaker at conferences like Catalyst, RightNow, and Thrive, Margaret Feinberg was recently named one of the 30 Voices who will help lead the church in the next decade by Charisma magazine and one of the ’40 Under 40’ who will shape Christian publishing byChristian Retailing magazine.

Classic Feinberg, Wonderstruck is a very personal collection of the incidents, events and happenings that reawakened her to the kind of life God wants everyone to have.  The abundant life.  The “life that is truly life.”  If you’ve ever heard her speak, you’ll have no trouble hearing her tell these stories.  If you’ve never heard her, I’ve included a short clip below of her describing an experience that ended up embedded in her book Scouting the Divine.

If you’re looking for a book that will take you back to the wonder of God, I think you’ll find it in Wonderstruck.  I’m pretty sure you’ll be captivated by the stories and pulled into God’s word just like I was.  And I loved the inclusion of a 30 day experience at the end of the book.  I can definitely see this book ending up being on a lot of recommended lists!

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Can’t see the video?  Click here to watch it.

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  1. Margaret Feinberg on December 7, 2012 at 10:50 am

    Thanks so much for sharing this! So grateful you’re on board with us–Blessings on your Advent season!

  2. markchowell on December 7, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    A captivating and inspiring read, Margaret. I was honored to be asked to review Wonderstruck. So good.