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heath-book review - Cindy Garrison I chose the book The...

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Cindy Garrison I chose the book The Gospel According to Starbucks for a couple reasons. First of all I picked this book because the title caught my interest. As a definite coffee addict, I was curious as to how Leonard Sweet would connect the Bible to Starbucks coffee. The second reason was that I had heard of the author, Leonard Sweet, and had a favorable impression of the author. Although I had not read any of his books before, my dad has, and he praised Sweet’s other books. The Gospel According to Starbucks , has offered several new insights to me as I read the book. As Leonard Sweet says “You don’t stand in line at Starbucks just to get a cup of coffee. You stop for the experience surrounding that cup of coffee.” Within the pages of the book Sweet tries to show his readers how to make the church experience “worth standing in line for” like we do for Starbucks. The Starbucks enterprise has obviously connected with and even transformed our culture and Sweet hopes to help the church do the same.
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