Under the Overpass

Under the Overpass

A Journey of Faith on the Streets of America

Book - 2010
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Mike Yankoski's journey as a homeless man for five months in an attempt to test the strength of his Christian faith.
Publisher: Colorado Springs, CO : Multnomah Books, c2010
Edition: Updated and revised ed
ISBN: 9781590524022
1590524020
Branch Call Number: 305.5692 Y169a 2010
Characteristics: xii, 235 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Chan, Francis 1967-

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mogie
Jun 03, 2013

I did like this book. I give it a begrudging 2.5 stars. It would be excellent for a book club as there are a million things I would like to discuss about it. I think as a social worker I didn't find it mind-blowing but I enjoyed the overall message of a call to action. There were certain aspects that I did not appreciate; largely the absence of women throughout the narrative. It did come across as slightly self-indulgent as well.

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Lizzy_Bennet
Apr 01, 2010

Full of truth in a world which speaks in hushed euphemisms, Under the Overpass challenged my faith and reminded me of those I had forgotten - and what it truly means to be content in all circumstances.

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