Surf and Ski Dawg's Almost Daily Devotion

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This book stretches the typical devotional boundaries, because, let’s face it, life doesn’t always go by the rules. Most devotionals are like breath mints: sweet and practically fluffy; they certainly have their place. But this one is more visceral and as the title suggests, full of surf and skier’s slang.

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Words: 40,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466099913
About Mike Harris

Mike Harris lives on the beach in Cocoa Beach, Florida. He has a Master’s Degree in Counseling from a Christian university and worked in the field as a crisis counselor for over fifteen years. Having sought to balance his perception of life through several careers and participation in five different sports, he is an avid seeker of balance in the Christian life, as well. His passion is to identify God in the common links of life, those hallowed threads which weave all things together.

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Review by: Peter Enseleit on April 13, 2012 :
This an excellent, excellent Christian devotional! Mike Harris has written a very fresh, authentic book of devotions and thoughts on living as a Christian, collected from a series of Blog posts from http://surfnskidawgsdevotion.com/.

Mike's writing stands out from much of the usual, dry Christian devotional fare you find in Christian book stores.
Being an independent author gives him the freedom to use language which might not pass a traditional Christian publisher's requirements, and thank goodness for that!

Each chapter of Mike's book takes a Bible verse or Biblical theme and applies it to the Christian life in a manner which is both familiar and relevant. Each chapter left me encouraged and I often found myself pondering its content well into the day in spite of myself.

I thoroughly recommend this book to anyone wishing to be encouraged in their walk with Christ.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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