Stephanie's Reviews > Rich Mullins: A Devotional Biography: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven

Rich Mullins by James Bryan Smith
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Mar 15, 11

bookshelves: faith, memoir, recommend
Read from March 09 to 15, 2011

I had pretty high expectations for this book. A very inspirational Christian friend of mine described it as "life-changing." For that reason, I think I started out slightly disappointed, as the beginning seemed to be along the same lines as other Christian books I'd read in the past, but as I read on and delved more deeply into Rich's life, my opinion changed. Many thought provoking topics are discussed in complete honesty, and these allow the reader to explore where he is in life and where he wants to be. By the end I was deeply moved and inspired (& brought to tears on a couple occasions.) I would recommend this book to anyone seeking a closer relationship with God, and a deeper, truer understanding of a Christian's place in life than he/she has yet to find.
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