Yes, I have actually listened to this book 2 more times so far and have the ebook version also for highlighting and book marking to share with others.
Brother Andrew of course!
He just does a great job narrating. I have other books narrated by him and he keeps me listening and soaking in the book.
It gave me a new understanding of what it means to have faith. You'll have to read or listen to the book to understand why.
Well worth the credit if you wanting to use one, definitely worth the price to buy it.
I loved the way that Andrew was able to give so many specific examples of how God led him. I think that it will help me to listen to the small still voice in my life.
I liked how they started the story off before God was leading him and he showed us how fallible he was but still God used him and loves him.
I loved how he was willing to sacrifice everything to print the Bible and his wife supported losing her home to follow God plan.
Yes, I listened to it on vacation and really had trouble stopping listening.
This book was a challenge to our whole family. It made us stop and ask ourselves, "Are we truly living by faith and taking risks for Christ?".
There are so many. The one that sticks out in my mind the most was watching how God did a transforming work in Brother Andrew's heart to bring him to salvation.
His voice brought the story to life.
The book was spellbinding.
This is a must read for anyone who longs to be challenged to walk closely with Christ.
mainly read romances and books for a book club that take me all over the map.
A friend recommended this book to me when I spoke of trying to learn to trust God more in my daily life. This book was very humbling as time and time again experiences in how God met needs was shared. I was challenged not only in how I approach my finances but in how I handle my prayer life and the time I spend with God daily. If you are a Christian you cannot go wrong in using a credit for this book.
This was a great read. The past couple of books were a struggle, but this is worth it. Good narration, great story.
I avoided listening to this story for awhile because it wasn't listened to by very many people. Boy, am I glad I finally did. This man's true story of how he went from being a man of violence to a man of God was well told, kept me wanting to hear what happened next and reminded me of how wonderful it is to trust in God and watch Him work through his followers. Reading this book has motivated me to increase my service and trust the Lord with it instead of worrying that I might fail. This is a story the whole family can listen to.
Brother Andrew appears to be a common, ordinary man but with the inspirational and miraculous help from God, he gives hope and meaning to the lives of thousands. Simon Vance makes you think you are hearing the voice of Brother Andy.
Challenging, Inspiring, courageous
The biography of coming to a faith in God, accepting the challenge from God to serve the suffering church in humility without judging those on either side of the communist regime. A fantastic listen and challenge to my faith and trust in God - it's timeless and encouraging.
Never read the print version
There were many moments in the book that inspired me. Overall, I was left being motivated to go deeper in my own communication and dependence on God. The causal nature with which Andy discussed his miraculous life was so appealing. It made me want more of what he's got and well... that's the point isn't it?
Yes. Its a wonderful story of faith at work
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