10 thoughts on “Reckless Faith

  1. This book is a Biblical, yet practical look at what it means to be a follower of Christ who considers the risk in serving God, but continues regardless of the consequences. It includes discussion questions which makes it suitable as a devotion or as a Bible study.

  2. RECKLESS according to this book involves Prayer, Perspective, Patience leading to responsible risks for God’s glory. It is about risk not rashness. Its about God’s will being done through your life which may seem to others as reckless and irresponsible but is Biblically based, prayerfully considered, thoughtfully discerned with believers and patiently carried out. Finished reading it but our Next Level Men’s group has yet to finish discussing it and the many rabbit trails it has led us to and th

  3. 3.5 stars!!!

    I read this in the very beginning of my month-long missing trip so I’m struggling to remember my thoughts over this. It was for sure a good read, considering I finished it in a couple days, squeezing it into my free time, but I didn’t love it. It has nothing to do with content-Beth and her husband are such awesome people and are doing amazingg things in their ministry, I just don’t think I liked how the book was written. However if anyone was searching for a missionary-type relate

  4. I started this two days ago, I think. A friend had given it to me for Christmas. I had issues putting it down yesterday. I had book in one hand and my other hand stirring tapioca pudding, as tears were streaming down my cheeks.

    It is a non-fiction book. At first I was a little wary when it comes to people talking about “reckless faith” because images of going forth and expecting to God to follow (instead of the other way around) go through my brain. But this was not the case. I also tend to be a

  5. This book is of a young couple who have fallen in love with orphans and feel the calling to help them in any way they can. They have moved to Montery, Mexico to help an orphanage there. Each chapter is titled the name of an orphan who have made an impact in their lives, instead of chronological order. The books is full of miraculous and heart-wrenching stories of children who have touched their lives. I gave this book 5 stars because it had so emotionally involved that I was thinking about it ev

  6. This book is a collection of Beth and Todd Gukenberger’s story of being missionaries in Mexico (read: Katie Davis in Mexico). The Lord has used their ministry to do some cool things and reach some neat places.

  7. Could not this book down. Great help for adoptive parents in better I understanding our kids, especially if they were adopted as adolescents. Beth is a wonderful storyteller.

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