Drawing Water From the Wells of Salvation
Family worship is a concept foreign to most religious people and is even a rarity among members of the church. In a world where families rarely eat together, it is not surprising that few set aside time for daily devotion. A practice that was once a norm has now become the exception and in need of reintroduction; thus this book.
Helping Without Hurting In Church Benevolence by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert - Reviewed by Nathan Battey
WHEN SHOVELS BREAK, is a book written as a sequel to MUSCLE AND A SHOVEL, both by Michael J. Shank. It is a story that takes us more personally into the journey of faith that began in MUSCLE AND A SHOVEL. The following contains my opinion and recommendations about the book.
The reader is enthralled with the struggles of Michael and John, the two main characters of the story, their downward spiral, discouragement, and depression. Mr. Shank sets forth the hard facts of how sin enters and the horrifying danger it brings. One can sense the utter hopelessness and despair as John's life spins out of control. Further one can sense the dichotomy of personalities as these two characters tread the road of shame caused by sin and rebellion. From extreme zeal to discouragement and disappointment because of fellow Christians lack of zeal, to drinking, marital unfaithfulness, drugs and greed until at the end of his rope Michael comes to himself.
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