I first heard of Tony Campolo in 1985 when watching a video of a sales inspiration speech he gave. He told the story found in this book of a "preach off" where his Pastor beat his best with a sermon of this title. I thought the sermon idea deserved more than use as a cheer for salesmen and developed it. When our preacher was at a meeting, I preached it in 25 minutes. He heard about the rave reviews, listened to the tape and went 45+ minutes. He said the reviews were not as good. I replied, "You told them too much, you need to rely on what you know that they know."
For years I searched for the book. Then Google came along and I learned that the original sermon was by S.M. Lockridge and is less than 4 minutes. With the help of captions, I listened to his version but have not yet "heard" Campolo's. If it is printed in any of his books, I have not found it yet.
If you want the sermon, you need to go to the youtube. It is not in this book. However, Campolo uses the theme as the basis for a number of excellent lessons teaching that Jesus answers our needs. His chapter defining the difference between romance and love is worth the time to read all 120 pages. But, the rest is hardly just filler. He will make you think, inspire you, maybe even change you into someone more zealous for good works and more focused on Jesus and eternity.