What is your point? Why are you here? We seek to find our place in the world, but that may not be all it’s cracked up to be. It’s time to step back and look at what we are pursuing in life. Fran Sciacca lends his experience and observations in So, What’s Your Point?
Sciacca brings up that many people have been chasing the wrong purpose. There are many cheap substitutions out there, but we can only get our true purpose from God. It is time that we stop trying to make ourselves known and start letting God be seen in us.
Using simple language and concepts, Sciacca shows how we can turn away from what society says our purpose is, and instead seek what is truly important. He splits the book into three parts: identity, purpose, and mission. In order to be purposeful, we need to know who we are, not what we do, but who we are. Then we have to know our purpose and how to fulfil it.
Though there is nothing complex in this book, it is not something to just breeze through. There is so much information in it you will need to take time to pause and reflect, especially on where you need to make changes. So, What’s Your Point is about something that all people, even Christians, face. It isn’t so much about new vs. old, but about what is true and right.
I received a free copy of this book from Tyndale Book Publishers in exchange for this review.