Faith is messy. We are often disappointed, if not disillusioned, with God. Disappointment, divorce, sin, and suffering often dominate our Christian landscape. When these things come our way, our response is often to find our needs met outside of God, ministry, or the church. Consciously or not we say, -I tried; God failed. I'll meet my needs myself.- This often leads us down a path of even more disappointment, broken relationships, unsatisfied ambitions, and heartfelt needs. Is God really enough for all we need? When God Is Not Enough brings to light God's sovereignty and love within the biblical narrative and through some of the characters of Scripture He has so lovingly chosen to reveal His glory. In viewing His story and theirs, we find meaning and purpose in our own-and this not just for ourselves but also for the life of the world. But this story would be incomplete without its fulfillment in Jesus Christ and what He has done. When God Is Not Enough takes a hard look at what it truly means to be not only a Christian but a disciple of Jesus Christ. With Christ as our life, we find it is in dying that we truly live, and so to live is really to truly die. This is the way Christ has made for us. If Jesus, in living this life to the fullest, lost His life on the cross, then it will surely cost us no less in attempting to do the same. When God Is Not Enough gives an honest look at what it takes to live a life for God and what is truly available through Him for our joy and for the life of the world.