- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: Monarch Books (2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1854247409
- ISBN-13: 978-1854247407
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.5 x 7.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,594,926 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Faith Like Potatoes: The Story of a Farmer Who Risked Everything for God Paperback – 2006
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A great book for people who are seeking God but turned off by hypocritical and religious "Christians" who believe they are better than everyone else.
Faith Like Potatoes was really good and engaging. I really wish it didn't have the "Christian" tag to it, because I think people are avoiding it for the reasons mentioned earlier. We watched it and decided we had to give it as gifts to others. It's a great movie with a good story, the fact that it's a true story makes it even more interesting.
I'd highly recommend it Christian or not.
Contrary to an editorial review, this work does not unilaterally portray blacks in a patronizing manner. At first, there indeed is racism. The white farmers think of the blacks as devious and unintelligent. For their part, the blacks think of the whites as some kind of out-of-touch thinkers of bizarre thoughts. Towards the end of the movie, however, the white farmer Angus expresses heartfelt gratitude to a local black for having helped make his farm successful. What's more, the prayer sessions unite blacks and whites petitioning God for rain and for an end to the murderous violence.
WARNING: There is a graphic account of a boy who had just fallen off a tractor and been run over by it. This may be upsetting to sensitive readers.
Today I am full of zeal for the Lord and God is as real as me and you.
Either God is who he says He is or He is not. This book just relates how tangeble and real God is.
All Glory to God.
The story will change your life forever. Read it together with a book written by Roland and Heidi Baker, called "Always Enough"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good book. interesting . Came in a timely fashion and as you said. thanksPublished 3 months ago by Claire
Moving story that connected to me on many levels. Many parallels to my own life. Must show the movie to my kids.Published 9 months ago by Perry Marshall
Everyone should watch this movie! The true story of a farmers growth in faith and willingness to do whatever God would have him do and God's hand on his lifePublished 9 months ago by V. Pense
Fast-moving and jaw-dropping, "gasp out loud" (at times) read. Encouraging for the faithful!!Published 9 months ago by Peggy Smith
The movie exceeded my expectations completely. This man and his family are amazing! Angus is living in a real world being a real Christian. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Anne Britton
I ordered the DVD, but I received the book... Returned via kinda. I would like to order the DVD.Published 11 months ago by Deborah Plummer