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anuary 7 was a cold morning in Massachusetts, but my heart was warm when I woke up.
Grabbing my phone, I tapped over to Google Play and set about downloading Thurst, the long-anticipated “dating app for queer people of all genders,” which I’d been waiting for since its announcement in 2015.
I’m reluctant to let that cat out of the bag, because the best-case scenario would be someone beginning this book with their guard down, expecting some “tried-and-true marriage tips,” and getting creamed unawares by the Chans’ amazing vision of living a life focused on God and His mission.
This book rocked me like none I’ve read in a long time.
With a fully customizable field for gender identity and a wider selection of sexual orientations than any other dating app, Thurst promised to be an invaluable resource.
The install completed, and I opened the app, eager to see the UI that had taken so long to perfect.
I estimate only about 25% of this book directly addresses marriage and marriage issues.
The American church desperately needs the message of this book.
Francis and Lisa Chan do an excellent job of narrating the book. However, as the book goes on, both of them speak with deep conviction and seriousness, practically pleading with the listener to repent of their small view of God and His mission.
I wish that we had the opportunity to read this when we were married 23 years ago.
I am certain we would have done some things differently, but we are making the changes now.