What begins with Wayne's disillusionment about sports success and its hidden costs, ends up in a conversation about the hurt and anger that often comes from people who start to see through the religious lies they were taught. What allows us to live freely in the moment, even when things aren't turning out the way we want or hope? Brad and Wayne find peace in the simple reality that God is always with them in whatever mess they are in, whether or not it comes out the way they desired. Without certainty that God always remains faithful, even if we are unfaithful, we are left to live by our own performance, which will never be enough.
Contributions are still needed to help establish an orphanage in Kenya.
Order A Man Like No Other from one of these three websites: Murry's website, Windblown Media, or Lifestream
Order In Season: Embracing the Father's Process of Fruitfulness from Lifestream