Tuesday, July 1, 2014

A Life of Miracles by Don Schulze (Review)

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale Momentum (April 18, 2014)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1414383217

At first, Don Schulze wasn’t sure he was really hearing from God . . . because what he was hearing didn’t make sense. Could God really be calling him to leave a good career and a stable life to take his family on a journey of ministry across the country and around the world? And could Don trust God to take care of his loved ones on that journey? Would they trust and understand God’s call as well?

With a deep breath and a lot of faith, Don and his family took the leap and said yes—stepping forward into what would become a lifelong quest to follow God’s calling. In A Life of Miracles, you’ll travel with this ordinary family across the years as you witness inspiring encounters with God—dramatic rescues, just-in-time provisions, amazing miracles of healing, and God’s surprising answers to “everyday” prayers. As you read, you’ll see evidence of just how closely God sticks by us, even in our most uncomfortable moments.

This modern-day spiritual odyssey takes you on a heartwarming, soul-stirring exploration of faith. Join Don and his family on their unexpected adventures . . . and discover how your own daily walk with God can add up to a life of miracles.

My Review:

 I really enjoyed reading this book. I am from a very conservative religion so the laying hands on and healing people was new to me. The book was divided into years of his life starting with before his conversion to recent years. Well written and easy to read it flew by. It was cool to see all the miracles of healing and provision over the course of his career and life. I believe God can still work miracles. Don and his wife Leia come to know Jesus on the same day. They surrender their lives to God and the journey begins. They are super broke for periods of time but God always takes care of them. They minister at home and overseas. It was inspiring and it boasted my faith in miracles. Recommended.

Review copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I loved this book. I have been going through a period of wondering if my faith was active (it wasn't). I realized I needed to build it up, and chose to read only faith building material-then along came "A Life of Miracles." I have been both blessed and encouraged-these people literally lived off of miracles. I came away after reading the book thinking if those things could happen for them-they can happen for me. Thanks for writing this book Don. My faith has truly been activated.

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