Summary

Chase Falson has lost his faith – and he did it right in front of the congregation at this mega church. Now the elders want him to take some time away: far away. So Chase crosses the Atlantic to visit his uncle, a Franciscan priest, where he encounters the life and teachings of Francis of Assisi and rediscovers his ancient faith. Follow Chase’s spiritual journey in the footsteps of Francis, and then begin one of your own through the pilgrim’s guide included in this audio book. Come discover Francis, the first postmodern Christian.
©2006 Ian M Cron (P)2011 Oasis
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5 out of 5 stars
By Miles on 12-04-13

Contemporary wisdom literature at its very best

The story of Chase will stay with me forever... the young, broken evangelical minister who cannot play the game any more will win your heart and reveal the face of St Francis to you again. This book might not be the greatest literary novel but in its pages the grace of God is revealed and the hope of the church. I can't tell the story, that would be unfair... but characters that warm your heart, challenge your mind and change your life exist in these pages...

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 04-07-18

A good journey with faith book.

A really good book. Very enjoyable, although it took me a little bit to get into it.
Sadly the sound quality was not brilliant and at times sounded like it had been recorded in a bathroom.
A lovely 'journey with faith' book.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Andrew Geleris on 11-06-14

Beautiful and radical vision for the Church

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This book presents a desperately needed radical vision of both personal and corporate pursuit of God. It was well written and well narrated. It is a call for Christians to truly live out what we believe, as Francis did. While presenting a critique of the contemporary church it reminds us never to judge the Church or churches. It presents a challenge to truly live out the Sermon on the Mount with our money, priorities, peacemaking, and accepting. I believe it rightly critiques the involvement of Christians in political movements. It concludes with a challenge to be the kind of people and churches that can say to the world around us, "Come and see." Come and see a foretaste of what the Kingdom of God is like.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Joshua on 01-03-13

Great story, but poor performance

It sounded like it was recorded in a bathroom, but the story kept me listening.

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