Touch One by Chris Schimel – A Book Review

Touch OneTouch One
By Chris Schimel
Creation House, 600 Rinehart Road, Lake Mary, Florida 32746
978-1599791814, $ 12.99, 2007, 158 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Look at the Beauty Beyond Our Circumstances and Imperfections of Our Lives

In his book “Touch One” Pastor Chris Schimel provides the reader with insight, understanding, and encouragement. He ministers healing for the hurting, guidance for the seeking, and counsel for the confused. The story focuses on a troubled police detective who insists on anonymity who is desperately seeking direction.

I appreciate Chris’ willingness to be vulnerable as he candidly shares from his new perspectives in church growth, ministry, motivation, and personal spiritual growth.

Schimel has a unique writing style that ministers to the sincere seeker, challenges Christ’s followers, and to those who may be discouraged in their calling. His use of the elements of the story in his writing quickly engages the reader and motivates a positive response.

“Touch One” draws from real life, is authentic and Inspiring. A good read.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purpose. The opinions expressed are my own.

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