Book Review: Outrageous Courage by Kris Vallotton and Jason Vallotton

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Book Review: Outrageous Courage by Kris Vallotton and Jason Vallotton

Outrageous Courage by Kris Vallotton and Jason Vallotton

This book is about Tracy Evans, a Holy Spirit-filled believer in Jesus, physician assistant and missionary. It is written in the first person—it is her story (written and transcribed from hours of interviews).

These stories are not sugar-coated, but contain faults and all. It’s about Tracy’s adventures in obedience and through it all God is given all the credit and glory for everything. In that respect it is really about God—about His faithfulness, His goodness, His forgiveness, His healing etc.

It contains a great number of life lessons for Christians so come with a mindset to learn from someone else’s mistakes . (I think that must be part of the definition of true wisdom.)

This book seemed almost alive. The Holy Spirit must be on it somehow. If you’re anything at all like me get your tissues ready ahead of time. You were warned.

Then I was pleasantly surprised to read the first hand account of a miraculous healing story that had been going around the internet a few years ago! (about a bus accident in Africa where people were miraculously healed and even one woman came back to life from the dead—yea, that story)

I found this book to be truly inspirational. Do you want to be inspired to live a deeper, richer life in God? Then get a copy for yourself.

To purchase your own copy of this book go here: Outrageous Courage: What God Can Do with Raw Obedience and Radical Faith

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Chosen Publishers as part of their blogging for books program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commision’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

(c) 2013 Cheryl Cope
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