This is an excellent in-depth look at what is eternally important and God may use it as a means that could transform your whole life. Don't read this if you are too comfortable or not serious, because you will find it provokes a response.
This is a pure blessing to read as Words of Life are so beautifully entwined in her Spirit-filled account of going after the enslaved and forgotten victims of human trafficking. A must-read for all who wish to be like the Good Shepherd who goes after the one lost sheep. This book will inspire a closer walk with the Whisperer of Our Soul.
Tear-jerker. I feel I understand the life of an elite soldier so much better. Between bruises and broken bones, bravado and brotherhood this is a redemptive story. Adam is a brother of mine as I will meet him in the resurrection.
This book is difficult to read, because in some ways it is more graphic than any of the others above. There is such pain in the telling that it angers this protective parent, but somehow God takes the worst of situations and shapes, Josh McDowell, a man with a tenacity and assurance that can only be His work. Again God gets the credit for wooing this influential thinker into his kingdom and healing his past.