As a Christian wife, mother, and seminary student, I have come to appreciate a good book when one crosses my path. This book is certainly at the top of that list. The author writes in such a manner as to endear herself and her subject to the reader. The book is composed in a friendly tone with plenty of footnotes linking to further study on interesting, lesser known facts and details. The content stimulates even the most demanding reader. The genre is biographical with a conversational style allows the reader to connect with Kemper, and care deeply about him and his ministry. The author delves into topics that, historically speaking, have been misunderstood in the western church (spiritual warfare, angels and demons). She does this in a style reminiscent of C.S. Lewis as she takes the reader through a stepwise, logical progression toward understanding. She does this effectively, leaving the rational reader to only one sane conclusion - Kemper has a gift which allows him to operate within a realm that most cannot perceive. This gift has aided and guided his ministry work. Read this book! It is sure to become one of your favorite biographicals. One that you will be hard pressed to keep in your library, as you will find yourself sharing it with family and friends over and over.
This is a must read if you are looking for something to stretch your faith to realize nothing is impossible for God.
Kemper is very, very unique. He set out to help children and has to deal with far darker things of the black market and kids dying. Some have waited a lifetime to hear what Kemper Crabb is saying. His spiritual perspective of what s going on worldwide challenges us to believe in the power of Christ.