Thanks to Liuan Huska for such a gracious and enthusiastic review of Doing Good Without Giving Up in the latest issue of Sojourners Magazine! You need a subscription to read the full article, which includes an overview of some of the main takeaways as well as her favorite line of the book.
Here's an excerpt:
THE LAST THING that Ben Lowe could be accused of is “slacktivism,” which, as he describes in his latest book, Doing Good Without Giving Up, happens when we complain and point fingers about justice issues while being slow to take constructive action to address the situation.From running for Congress at age 25 to helping to ignite a grassroots student environmental movement, Lowe’s track record for tackling complex and thorny problems where others would throw up their hands is remarkable. Even more remarkable is that after nearly a decade of such work, Lowe retains a gracious hope and steadfast sense of calling, despite being told by other Christians that he was being deceived by the devil, weathering bouts of burnout and...
And here's the link to the online version: http://sojo.net/magazine/2015/03/fueled-faith-not-fear