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Third Day guitarist Mark Lee is no stranger to heartache and hopes deferred; the road to success is never traveled without missteps along the way. Life is messy and uncertain and full of surprises. And one of the best things he's ever done is let go of his expectations about how life should be in order to embrace life as it is a moment-by-moment walk with God. Hurt Road is Third Day guitarist Mark Lee is no stranger to heartache and hopes deferred; the road to success is never traveled without missteps along the way. Life is messy and uncertain and full of surprises. And one of the best things he's ever done is let go of his expectations about how life should be in order to embrace life as it is a moment-by-moment walk with God. Hurt Road is the engaging true story of a man who, as a teen, found in music a refuge from the uncertainties of life. Who set out to discover a better way to live than constantly struggling to make sure life turned out the way he planned it. Who stopped substituting what's next for what's now and learned the truth--that coming or going, God's got us. Poignant, funny, and thoughtful, Hurt Road dares anyone feeling knocked down or run over by their circumstances to give up control to the One who already has the road all mapped out. Includes black and white photos.


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Third Day guitarist Mark Lee is no stranger to heartache and hopes deferred; the road to success is never traveled without missteps along the way. Life is messy and uncertain and full of surprises. And one of the best things he's ever done is let go of his expectations about how life should be in order to embrace life as it is a moment-by-moment walk with God. Hurt Road is Third Day guitarist Mark Lee is no stranger to heartache and hopes deferred; the road to success is never traveled without missteps along the way. Life is messy and uncertain and full of surprises. And one of the best things he's ever done is let go of his expectations about how life should be in order to embrace life as it is a moment-by-moment walk with God. Hurt Road is the engaging true story of a man who, as a teen, found in music a refuge from the uncertainties of life. Who set out to discover a better way to live than constantly struggling to make sure life turned out the way he planned it. Who stopped substituting what's next for what's now and learned the truth--that coming or going, God's got us. Poignant, funny, and thoughtful, Hurt Road dares anyone feeling knocked down or run over by their circumstances to give up control to the One who already has the road all mapped out. Includes black and white photos.

30 review for Hurt Road: The Music, the Memories, and the Miles Between

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader

    When I found out I had a chance to read and review Mark Lee's book Hurt Road I was super excited. I am a fan of Third Day and have loved their music for quite some time. Reading about Mark's life over the years was eye opening. I connected with this book on multiple levels. As a Christian learning about his ups and downs in life along with some trails and tribulations was inspiring. As a fan I was intrigued to find out how the band came together. As a musician I have a new found fire to play for When I found out I had a chance to read and review Mark Lee's book Hurt Road I was super excited. I am a fan of Third Day and have loved their music for quite some time. Reading about Mark's life over the years was eye opening. I connected with this book on multiple levels. As a Christian learning about his ups and downs in life along with some trails and tribulations was inspiring. As a fan I was intrigued to find out how the band came together. As a musician I have a new found fire to play for Christ. There are parts in the book that brought tears to my eyes. Like when I read about some of the tragedy that his family had to endure. The pages are a reminder that no matter who you are there are tough times in life but God will help us through. I gave this book 5 stars and would give it more if I could. I highly recommend this book. The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lovely Loveday

    I found this book to be a quick read that is full of stories about Lee’s life and lessons he learned along the way. In this book, he shares the highs and lows of those lessons. He writes about how he turned the negatives into learning opportunities. This book does not focus much on the band (Third Day) but more on Lee’s life. I enjoyed reading this book that is full of scripture, tender moments, his music career, and how God had a hand in it all. Overall a very inspiring read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kayo

    An inspiring, yet humble story. Really interesting. You dont need to be a fan to enjoy this book. Thank you to author, Revell publishing, and Netgalley for the chance to review. Although I got this book for free, it had no bearing on the rating I gave it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Benjamin Liles

    I knew I already liked Third Day. They have so many wonderful and powerful songs. So when this opportunity came up to choose this book I had to leap at it. Granted this review could truly be biased considering I truly and absolutely love Christian music. But reading Mark Lee's account of his life--he's a founding member of Third Day, a guitarist, songwriter, father--I have to say I feel like I got a backstage pass to get to know "the guys," as musicians tend to say. I'm no stranger to pain and I knew I already liked Third Day. They have so many wonderful and powerful songs. So when this opportunity came up to choose this book I had to leap at it. Granted this review could truly be biased considering I truly and absolutely love Christian music. But reading Mark Lee's account of his life--he's a founding member of Third Day, a guitarist, songwriter, father--I have to say I feel like I got a backstage pass to get to know "the guys," as musicians tend to say. I'm no stranger to pain and loss myself, but I have to save that for another time. The thing here is that Mark looks back on his life and also at the road ahead not completely unafraid. He shares his heart with us. He tells and shows us how He came to Christ. He shows us his story, how he lost his father at the age of sixteen. He dives in at what I consider "the right places" giving just enough to allow us a glimpse of him in his element, his faith. It strikes me, even though I'm not a professional musician (I play guitar in the privacy of my home, being on the road in that way doesn't sound like fun to me), that in reading about Mark, where he's come and gone, what has happened along the way: the troubles, the pains, the loss, but also he shows us the life of faith lived. He talks fondly and at great length of his love for Christ, for his band; for his wife, Stephanie, and for their children. This is where I have to tell you, my reader, what impacted me a great deal. You see I've never been mentored in my life to do what I'm doing online. At best, the one speaking engagement I had was at my uncle's funeral. I don't know if I'm pastoral material. The thing is God put that on my heart to do. So, when I read this--"After meeting Steve I had to post about it on my blog...That book, Intercepted by Christ, absolutely changed my life." Mark Lee was able to meet Steve Bartkowski of the Atlanta Falcons, due to his wife Stephanie looking up a booking agent on Google. When I read about this, coming from Mark Lee, about how Steve's life read more like a Christian testimony, I admit it got me truly thinking. I have to admit I'm not a huge sports junkie, but I'm considering finding a way to get my hands on Steve Bartkowski's book myself at this point. What I relate to Mark Lee on and about is his love and passion for music. I don't do that professionally even though I could have. My whole point is that Mark weaves this wonderful picture of his life of faith, how it has helped him get through the tough times, how it helps him move forward, and how it shapes his life. This book is truly a great read. I received a complimentary copy as part of the Revell Reads blogger program to give my honest feedback.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Debi Lantzer Stout

    Every month, I learn about new books published by Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group. When I first learned that Mark Lee's book, Hurt Road: The Music, the Memories, and the Miles Between, was available to read and review through my association with Revell Books, I'll be honest with you - I was star struck! As a "church drummer" myself, I love the Christian contemporary artists that comprise the band, Third Day, and I couldn't wait to read the book. I really enjoyed this entire boo Every month, I learn about new books published by Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group. When I first learned that Mark Lee's book, Hurt Road: The Music, the Memories, and the Miles Between, was available to read and review through my association with Revell Books, I'll be honest with you - I was star struck! As a "church drummer" myself, I love the Christian contemporary artists that comprise the band, Third Day, and I couldn't wait to read the book. I really enjoyed this entire book.  I especially liked the quotes that started out each chapter - they seemed as if they were brief summaries of what the chapter would share.  Mark Lee shared stories from his childhood and of his life with the band, which really made a good blend of what it's like to live an "everyday life"  and his life as a Christian music celebrity band member.  Mark Lee invites readers to join him as he shares the stories of “the music, the memories, and the miles between”.   I really appreciated that Mark didn't hold back when admitting he isn't a perfect man and reminds readers that only God is perfect.  Mark Lee i definitely an every day role model.  I loved reading Mark's story, learning more about him and Third Day and feeling a connection between the Christian artists that I've known them to be and their relationship with God. If you are looking for an inspiring book to help you grow in your own faith as a Christian, this is definitely a book you'll want to pick up as Mark’s story is one you’ll never forget! I was provided with a trade paperback copy of this book from Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group in exchange for this, my honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    My son is really into Christian music and has been reading up on various artists. I was excited to get this book for him to read. This is what he had to say about it. "As a Third Day fan [and fan of pretty much every other Christian band and artist] I really enjoyed this book. I really liked the little quotes Mark put at the beginning of every chapter; they were like little summaries of what that chapter was about. His spiritual insight, mixed with stories from his childhood and life in Third Da My son is really into Christian music and has been reading up on various artists. I was excited to get this book for him to read. This is what he had to say about it. "As a Third Day fan [and fan of pretty much every other Christian band and artist] I really enjoyed this book. I really liked the little quotes Mark put at the beginning of every chapter; they were like little summaries of what that chapter was about. His spiritual insight, mixed with stories from his childhood and life in Third Day, make for a good mix of everyday life and life for a Christian music celebrity band member. Mark isn’t afraid to say he’s not perfect or that only God is, but even though he, like everyone, has made his mistakes, he’s an outstanding man and Christian! He is definitely a role model you would want to have. A big fan of the Christian music industry and someone who would like to be in it one day, I like to read books about people like Mark. Their lives are amazing and inspiring and the spiritual insight they give is very useful for having a good relationship with God. His life is definitely a story worth reading about! I’d give this book five-out-of-five stars without a second thought! If you want an inspiring book to help you grow in your faith as a Christian you should definitely read Hurt Road. Mark’s story is one you’ll never forget! And now I leave you to go buy your own copy of Hurt Road and be as amazed as I was. I received a copy of this book courtesy of Revell. I was not asked or required to write a positive review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey Gandhi

    I enjoyed this book on so many levels. First I am a huge Third Day fan and have been for years. To read about not only how the band started, but about the life of Mark Lee was truly an honor and an incredible testimony. I live not very far from the intersection where Mark had his accident and drive down Hurt Road everyday. It was so surreal to read about someone whose given the world a beautiful way to worship God through his music, and realize he lives right around the corner from me. His story I enjoyed this book on so many levels. First I am a huge Third Day fan and have been for years. To read about not only how the band started, but about the life of Mark Lee was truly an honor and an incredible testimony. I live not very far from the intersection where Mark had his accident and drive down Hurt Road everyday. It was so surreal to read about someone whose given the world a beautiful way to worship God through his music, and realize he lives right around the corner from me. His story reads just like you are having a conversation with him over coffee. In a way we all have our own personal hurt road and Mark does an excellent job of showing how your faith and God will always be your GPS to guide and navigate you. I had the privilege of meeting Mark Lee and he autographed my book, but also my son's guitar. My son is five and learning how to play the guitar and finding his own spiritual voice. I was humbled to see how genuine Mark was with my son. His story, his character and his testimony made me respect him even more. "Telling my story again for these kids reminded me of a lot of things. It reminded me that living life to the fullest as Jesus talked about is both the easiest and the hardest thing we can ever do. It is also the most important." Thank you for that reminder. This is a great story.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Prairie Sky Book Reviews

    One of Revell Publishing’s newest releases to the non-fiction market is “Hurt Road” by none other than Mark Lee, guitarist for the Christian band Third Day.  In a gentle, friendly style, Mark Lee invites us to join him in the stories he has lived, offering us a glimpse into “the music, the memories, and the miles between”.  While “Hurt Road” is a book that can easily be enjoyed by anyone, I would especially recommend it to those with a love of music, as much of the book is written from the persp One of Revell Publishing’s newest releases to the non-fiction market is “Hurt Road” by none other than Mark Lee, guitarist for the Christian band Third Day.  In a gentle, friendly style, Mark Lee invites us to join him in the stories he has lived, offering us a glimpse into “the music, the memories, and the miles between”.  While “Hurt Road” is a book that can easily be enjoyed by anyone, I would especially recommend it to those with a love of music, as much of the book is written from the perspective of a musician. With a kind and gentle voice, Mark Lee guides us through his own journey, from the places he’s been, the people he’s met, and the lessons he’s learned, and invites us to gain wisdom from his path, even as we travel down our own.  He shares with us many of the momentous times of his life, from an accident in high school, to his wedding day, to the birth of his children, with grace and humor making for an enjoyable, insightful read from beginning to end. To sum it up, “Hurt Road” is a work that the author should be proud of.  In many ways it is an autobiography, but in more ways, it is a story, and a testimony of his faith, shared in a voice of humility and honesty. I received this book courtesy of Revell Publishing, in participation with a Revell Reads Blog Tour.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Victoria W.

    As a long-time Third Day fan, I couldn't resist taking a peak into Mark Lee's new book Hurt Road. As a reader, I was pleased to find that this is a book that can be appreciated regardless of your musical tastes. Mark Lee may be Third Day's guitarist but with Hurt Road he also proves himself to be a gifted storyteller. Mark has that special ability to share life and lessons by weaving them into the retelling of past events, not shying away from the painful or the struggle but recognizing the value As a long-time Third Day fan, I couldn't resist taking a peak into Mark Lee's new book Hurt Road. As a reader, I was pleased to find that this is a book that can be appreciated regardless of your musical tastes. Mark Lee may be Third Day's guitarist but with Hurt Road he also proves himself to be a gifted storyteller. Mark has that special ability to share life and lessons by weaving them into the retelling of past events, not shying away from the painful or the struggle but recognizing the value within those moments. Mark's writing style felt very laid back and conversational making the book an easy read technically. However, he did not hold back from conveying emotions that could be more difficult to share as he walked through his time recovering from a vehicle accident and his father's death in high school. For those who are fans of Third Day, there is the extra treat of backstage insight into the band's earliest days as Nuclear Hoedown and the slow journey of God's transforming work in the band and in Mark's own life. 4 out of 5 stars "Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc."

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Smith Storm

    Mark Lee's "Hurt Road" is a five star must read! If you have enjoyed music from Third Day, which I have since I was a teenager, you will enjoy this book. If you haven't ever heard their music, not to worry, this book is for anyone who is looking to read something with honesty and humility. His writing style is that of which you feel as though you are sitting across the dinner table and Mark is telling you about his life. Whether the struggles or joy, he is authentic, it is tender and he weaves t Mark Lee's "Hurt Road" is a five star must read! If you have enjoyed music from Third Day, which I have since I was a teenager, you will enjoy this book. If you haven't ever heard their music, not to worry, this book is for anyone who is looking to read something with honesty and humility. His writing style is that of which you feel as though you are sitting across the dinner table and Mark is telling you about his life. Whether the struggles or joy, he is authentic, it is tender and he weaves the story of God throughout the book. His love for Stephanie, Abbie and Kitty is very apparent. This book will make you cry, laugh and feel inspired as you understand that God doesn't show us the entire path, and when he shows the path laid out in front of us, it isn't always clear, but he will direct every single step, so keep watching out for the steps. Sometimes we don't always understand why we have to endure tragedy or hardship, but we just have to trust God. I give this book 5/5 stars. Thank you to the publisher for providing a complimentary copy for review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Julie D.

    This book is about Third Day band member, Mark Lee. He shares about his life and how Christ has transformed his life. This was such a good book and I had a hard time setting it down. It is inspiring, emotional and I felt like I was sitting down across from Mr. Lee over coffee while he shared his story with me. He shares about his growing up years and how he came to Christ. He also shares about his dad's struggle with brain cancer and him losing his dad when he was only sixteen years old. I shed te This book is about Third Day band member, Mark Lee. He shares about his life and how Christ has transformed his life. This was such a good book and I had a hard time setting it down. It is inspiring, emotional and I felt like I was sitting down across from Mr. Lee over coffee while he shared his story with me. He shares about his growing up years and how he came to Christ. He also shares about his dad's struggle with brain cancer and him losing his dad when he was only sixteen years old. I shed tears, laughed out loud and thoroughly enjoyed this book from cover to cover. I loved how he shares how he over-came the hard things in life through his faith and how he tried to turn the hard things into opportunities for God to use him. I felt so encouraged and inspired by his faith. I really enjoyed this book and I highly recommend it. I give it 5 out of 5 stars. *This book was provided to me for my honest review by Revell

  12. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Jackson

    When I found out I had a chance to read and review Mark Lee's book Hurt Road I was super excited. I am a fan of Third Day and have loved their music for quite some time. Reading about Mark's life over the years was eye opening. I connected with this book on multiple levels. As a Christian learning about his ups and downs in life along with some trails and tribulations was inspiring. As a fan I was intrigued to find out how the band came together. As a musician I have a new found fire to play for When I found out I had a chance to read and review Mark Lee's book Hurt Road I was super excited. I am a fan of Third Day and have loved their music for quite some time. Reading about Mark's life over the years was eye opening. I connected with this book on multiple levels. As a Christian learning about his ups and downs in life along with some trails and tribulations was inspiring. As a fan I was intrigued to find out how the band came together. As a musician I have a new found fire to play for Christ. There are parts in the book that brought tears to my eyes. Like when I read about some of the tragedy that his family had to endure. The pages are a reminder that no matter who you are there are tough times in life but God will help us through. I gave this book 5 stars and would give it more if I could. I highly recommend this book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kris

    I find myself drawn to the music of Third Day so it was so interesting to read Mark’s book – about his childhood and its hurts, the loss of his father, how the band began and more. But what I wasn’t expecting was his very candid thoughts about marriage and the wisdom he has! Honestly, the chapter on marriage should be a chapter every engaged couple reads! Hurt Road is not just Mark Lee’s story – it’s also his words to encourage others – to respond to God and reach those around you, wherever you m I find myself drawn to the music of Third Day so it was so interesting to read Mark’s book – about his childhood and its hurts, the loss of his father, how the band began and more. But what I wasn’t expecting was his very candid thoughts about marriage and the wisdom he has! Honestly, the chapter on marriage should be a chapter every engaged couple reads! Hurt Road is not just Mark Lee’s story – it’s also his words to encourage others – to respond to God and reach those around you, wherever you might be. “God has given us all a platform, and … it’s all for God’s glory, not ours.” I really enjoyed reading Mark’s story and highly recommend it! I received a copy of this book from the publisher. I am freely writing a review - all thoughts and opinions are my own.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Christen

    This memoir is really just ok. If you are a fan of Third Day, you will enjoy hearing about some of the twists and turns of how the band got together. But it ties everything together pretty well in chapter 14 and following, so 3 stars, maybe 3.5. Maybe it's me. This is the third memoir I have read recently and given 3 stars. But honestly, I didn't always feel like the earlier parts of Lee's life really informed the later part, so the book seemed a bit disjointed. I read this because I am planning This memoir is really just ok. If you are a fan of Third Day, you will enjoy hearing about some of the twists and turns of how the band got together. But it ties everything together pretty well in chapter 14 and following, so 3 stars, maybe 3.5. Maybe it's me. This is the third memoir I have read recently and given 3 stars. But honestly, I didn't always feel like the earlier parts of Lee's life really informed the later part, so the book seemed a bit disjointed. I read this because I am planning to go see Third Day on their farewell tour. I suspect that when the stories are told in the context of the music, I might get a different sense and come back and revise this review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Beverly Jones

    Hurt Road tells the life story of Mark Lee, the guitarist for the popular Christian group Third Day. Mark's rise to fame didn't come without its share of challenges including injury, family health issues, and career challenges. Along with these struggles, Mark had to learn to deal with daily obstacles and really learn to embrace God's plan for his life. I really enjoyed reading about Mark's background and his experiences being a famous musician. His faith is very admirable and so is the way he u Hurt Road tells the life story of Mark Lee, the guitarist for the popular Christian group Third Day. Mark's rise to fame didn't come without its share of challenges including injury, family health issues, and career challenges. Along with these struggles, Mark had to learn to deal with daily obstacles and really learn to embrace God's plan for his life. I really enjoyed reading about Mark's background and his experiences being a famous musician. His faith is very admirable and so is the way he uses his talent to serve the Lord. I think this is a very inspiring read that everyone can gain insight from. Thank you so much to Mark Lee and Revell for the chance to read and review this book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tari

    Absolutely wonderful. I related in so many ways. He also was hit by a car (well, in his case a truck) when he was a kid and broke both bones in his leg. He also was in band (Mac Powell was the drum major!), he worked in a library, and he also counts Matthew 6:33 as a very important verse in his life. Wow! Such a moving and motivating story. It's one I won't forget for a long time. Third Day is so much more than a band, they are musical missionaries. Absolutely wonderful. I related in so many ways. He also was hit by a car (well, in his case a truck) when he was a kid and broke both bones in his leg. He also was in band (Mac Powell was the drum major!), he worked in a library, and he also counts Matthew 6:33 as a very important verse in his life. Wow! Such a moving and motivating story. It's one I won't forget for a long time. Third Day is so much more than a band, they are musical missionaries.

  17. 5 out of 5

    victoria

    This book was incredibly inspire and compelling to read that will taking our own faith and hardly living life to the next level from learning a long way with Mark Lee he is a founding member and guitarist fir the award-winning Christian rock band with his journey through his life experience sharing and finding themselves following God. I highly recommend to everyone must to read this book. “I received complimentary a copy of this book from Revell Reads for this review”.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mike Bleecker

    A wonderful read, whether a Third fan or a brother with Christ. First Christian album was Third Day Offerings and as a Rocker that helped move me along to my first steps to seek God at age 40(2011). This book was very enjoyable and I connected with Mark's passion for music. You will get something out of reading this book. A wonderful read, whether a Third fan or a brother with Christ. First Christian album was Third Day Offerings and as a Rocker that helped move me along to my first steps to seek God at age 40(2011). This book was very enjoyable and I connected with Mark's passion for music. You will get something out of reading this book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Diane Lybbert

    Mark Lee, member of Christian rock group Third Day, writes this memoir about his life growing up. He details how important music had always been to him, and how he came to faith. He talks about love, marriage, and fatherhood. I would call this a 'spiritual memoir', Mark's search for the happily-ever-after he always wanted. Mark Lee, member of Christian rock group Third Day, writes this memoir about his life growing up. He details how important music had always been to him, and how he came to faith. He talks about love, marriage, and fatherhood. I would call this a 'spiritual memoir', Mark's search for the happily-ever-after he always wanted.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Third Day is a group that I am somewhat familiar with. Was an authentic read from a man with a heart for God. I enjoyed re-listening to some of their songs on Youtube. Wonderful way to begin the New Year in refocusing on what is really important. This young man's journey of faith is a great "call to arms" so to speak. Third Day is a group that I am somewhat familiar with. Was an authentic read from a man with a heart for God. I enjoyed re-listening to some of their songs on Youtube. Wonderful way to begin the New Year in refocusing on what is really important. This young man's journey of faith is a great "call to arms" so to speak.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ajk84

    Amazing story. Very insightful and a rare read. I enjoyed evey moment. It makes me want to be a better person and trust in god and just live your life to the fullest. Thank you for sharing your story for it was truly remarkable.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dion

    7/10 Insightful to the human condition, honest, heartfelt and humorous. I really enjoyed this easy read about the rock band Third Day founder and guitarist, Mark Lee, and his memories and influences. It is not really about much of the music.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Jordan

    Enjoyed reading his memoir and found that I was more interested afterwards reading about the band. Good insights from a personal point of view. I felt like I was having a conversation with Mark Lee.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    I was fascinated by the everyday, commonality and familiarity of Mark's story. From tragic to simple life events and the choices we made, along with the unexpected turns that show us, always in hindsight, how Jesus has guided us throughout the journey. I was fascinated by the everyday, commonality and familiarity of Mark's story. From tragic to simple life events and the choices we made, along with the unexpected turns that show us, always in hindsight, how Jesus has guided us throughout the journey.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Tummey

    Best book I've read in months. The chapters were short, it gripped me, and I think it's the sort of book God will speak to people through. Best book I've read in months. The chapters were short, it gripped me, and I think it's the sort of book God will speak to people through.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Drwal

    I loved this book! I could not put it down. Great job Mark Lee!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kris

    Very good book from Mark Lee. He was honest and shared openly about his walk with God. I would recommend reading it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Melody

    Very much like having a conversation...He skips around a bit, but makes his points well, with plenty of humor, but also plenty of 'meat'. Very much like having a conversation...He skips around a bit, but makes his points well, with plenty of humor, but also plenty of 'meat'.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Richardson

    Great book I loved this book. Mark Lee is so honest about his life and the good times and bad times he had. Great to hear about all of it.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Pfaffe

    I really enjoyed this book by Mark. I love the journey of the band Third Day. His vulnerability in this story is truly why his music that he writes is so powerful. I’ve loved learning more about him.

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