Secret Life of a Fool: One Man's Raw Journey from Shame to Grace
April 11, 2015
Gripping, honest book from beginning to end. Andrew shares very personally and honestly with thoughts and questions that one can relate. What an encouragement to people from all walks of life. Jeremiah 29:11
I loved this book. If anyone has ever felt that God could not possible love them because they are not 'perfect' or that they had committed some sin that could not be forgiven, this book is for you. It is a story of God's great grace and mercy that he provides us as we struggle with life. I found this book inspiring
this book was eye opening and an amazing journey Andrew lead. I had a friend that was following down the same path this guy was and thanks to the Lord he too was also able to get his life straightened out and is doing wonderful in the military. I think it is hard to live up to the expectations of others. I can only imagine the pressure he was put under being the preachers child. While he had some wild years it was in thanks to his love of God that he was able to get back on the right path and lead others down it also. I think his story will be of great help to others who are needing love and guidance to get back on the road to redemption.
thank you PR by the book for allowing me to review this book.
This is a very personal story told by the author about his life. The author is the son of an evangelist and spent some of his life running from his family and their beliefs. After reading this book you can't help but see how much the Lord loves each of us and walks with us through life.
This book was very easy to read. The stories flowed well and will have you wanting to keep reading to see what happens. The best parts of the book are when the author directs you to the Lord. You will see over and over the Lords hand in his life and hopefully feel encouraged that the Lord is helping you as well.
I was very impressed with the authors' openness in sharing his life experiences. He holds nothing back and because of that, really makes this book a page-turner. If you know someone who is struggling with a prodigal child or if you know a child who has walked away from Christianity this would be a great book for them to read!
I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.