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What if God suddenly spoke to you? What if He told you to go and give specific messages to people from Him? Would you do it even if it cost you everything? What if it cost you your reputation, your business, your marriage, your family, and your friends? Join Eric Wheeler on his incredible true-life journey of what it really means to serve God and His people.

Discover what Jesus truly meant when He said "take up your cross and follow Me." In His Service: The Memoirs of a Modern-Day Messenger of God gives you a first-hand, intimate, and honest look into what it literally means to know God and to hear from Him regularly and to serve Him faithfully in our modern, antagonistic, and disbelieving world.

©2010 Eric C Wheeler (P)2010 Tate

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VERY LOOOOONG INTRODUCTORY CHAPTERS

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The author could have markedly shortened his personal background. It should have been no more than one chapter instead of the first five.

What was most disappointing about Eric C. Wheeler’s story?

It is not until Chapter 6 that the author starts talking about actual interactions with people as the title implies. So much of this book is more a discussion of himself and his thoughts and opinions as opposed to what he actually did.

What three words best describe Josh Kilbourne’s voice?

Not very rich

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from In His Service?

Almost all of the first 5 chapters so he would get into his actual "service, as the title implies.

Any additional comments?

Very disappointed with this book. I was hoping for so much more.