Untamed – A Fool’s Guide to Surrendered Life by Jason Clark _ A Book Review

Untamed – A Fool’s Guide to Surrendered Faith

By: Jason Clark

Destiny Image Publishers, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768407631, $ 15.99, 2015, 232 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Making Vision a Reality – Embracing God’s Promises

In his book “Untamed – A Fool’s Guide to Surrendered Faith” Jason Clark invites the reader to join him in experiencing the grand adventure of encountering God, embracing His promises, experiencing His presence, and seeing your vision become reality.

Each chapter if filled with personal stories. Jason tells of taking baby steps of faith, moving through the hurdles of disappointment, misunderstanding, and disasters, to discovering the exhilaration of a revelation of God’s love and the power of His promises.

Jason, combines lessons of modern day miracles from a South American MacDonald’s parking lot and the results of the affirmative faith to a lesson learned by a New Testament father when Jesus healed a tormented boy possessed by an evil spirit, and tormented by scoffing crowds.

Over and over again I was challenged by Jason’s stories of faith to continue dreaming; knowing I would be stepping out, just beyond my capabilities, forced to rely on the Father, trusting Him.

Author, singer, and song writer, Jason Clark is a gifted communicator and natural story teller. “Untamed – A Fool’s Guide to Surrendered Faith” is seeking to move beyond “striving” for faith, to “experiencing” abundant life; to move beyond fear, and to live life as God intended.

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

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