Review – On a Quest for Christ by Lisa Are’ Wulf

On a Quest for Christ – tracing the footsteps of your spiritual journey by Lisa Are’ Wulfimages (25)QUEST

 

Spiritual beliefs – and prejudices – don’t just appear in life, they arise as a result of life incidents and our responses to them.  Tracing these beliefs help us realize our spiritual heritage began before our life began.

 

Thirty different steps are oulined by the author, with personal anecdotes, to reveal her journey, her quest for Christ. But it is not just her story and her journey; there is a drawing out in each reflection and thoughtful questions that help the reader identify our own journey.

 

Birthing, healing, listening, stretching, resting and moving forward are some of the stepping stones that most resonated with me, though every step revealed God’s faithful efforts to establish a relationship with me.

 

I’ve always thought it helpful to create a timeline of spiritual change and growth, but Ms. Wulf takes the revelation into deeper waters, unveiling the steps of falling in love with our pursuing savior.

 

Your answers to each chapter will not only enlighten and encourage you, but provide understanding to generations that follow, both physical and spiritual.  

 

Whether believer or seeker, male or female, On a Quest for Christ will stir your heart, and reveal God’s presence in your journey in ways that are sure to surprise.

 

I received a free copy of this book/Ebook/Product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew.

 

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