It is difficult to ignore the bright eyes of a child. Even simple experiences, such as the scampering of a squirrel across the front lawn or the conclusion of a story they have heard dozens of times can produce the look of wonder in their eyes and hope in their hearts. Unfortunately our sense of wonder tends to diminish as we grow older and a fascination with squirrels is replaced with worries about financial security or we become convinced that every story we hear is bound to have a bad ending. Ravi Zacharias has experienced both an excess of wonder and the apparent lack thereof. Thus, in Recapturing the Wonder he sets out to help us recapture the wonder, for it is in a state of wonder that the Shepherd of our souls intended for us to live.