I began reading this book and wanted to stop. It disturbed me, made me angry. But I felt the need to keep reading. I did.
 
Words, like a sword, cut into my inner most being. Lori told it straight. And I loved it.
 
My wife, when giving our kids medicine will at times mixes it with applesauce. There’s a lot of applesauce in this book. I found myself laughing and learning.

When reading this book, I thought of a supermarket. There are things on the shelves I would buy, and there are things on the shelves I would leave there.

Star Trek reference. Yes, Klingons can give us a spiritual lesson.
A karate group who talked about taking down terrorists.

Crazy Irene. (One antenna shy of a tin foil hat.)
And several other lessons.

Those were items I bought.

I recommend: Read this book if you want your Christianity turned up-side-down. If you want to stay comfortable, by all means, don’t read this book.
Personally, I don’t want to stay status-quo.

 

 

 

Amazon Review:

It’s a military thriller with a heart. Commander Mark Steele has an exciting job in Special Forces. Though it’s dangerous, he knows his work is critically important. But that job separates him from his wife and child. When an injury brings him home, his wife is glad to have him back. But other issues cause struggles within the family, leading to distrust and hurt. Steele takes dangerous risks in his new work. The thriller plot thickens, as he seeks to save a life. But can he save his family?

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