Ministry in Dangerous Places
Dangerous by Caleb Bislow: A Book Review
Based on the premise that God has not called us to be safe, but to be faithful, Caleb tells exciting stories from his life as an "unusual soldier" for Jesus Christ. He has gone on missions to some very dangerous and dark places. He also trains others to do the same.
From page 46: "…we often equate God's "blessing" with personal safety." Yet Caleb found himself wanting a life more like William Wallace and less like Mr. Rogers. Read the stories of people who went to minister in dark places, in dangerous places, or among despised people. Learn that God reaches out to all those people and places.
This would be an excellent book for a group of young men or women to study together with an older, seasoned missionary or minister. In a nation obsessed with keeping kids perfectly safe from every "danger," including non-organic food, refined sugar, and ordinary bumps and bruises, this book is a breath of fresh air. Some risks are worth taking, especially for those of us who already have eternal life.
I received a free review copy of this book from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review.