--Dr. Bill Agee, Executive Director, California Southern Baptist Convention
Ariel offers a fresh and honest look at how her faith is the cornerstone ofher life. This is a great read for people of all ages. I have knownAriel for many years and am inspired by these pages!
--Megan Alexander, reporter for Inside Edition and author of Faith in the Spotlight
Ariel has a wonderful way of telling a story from the genuine places of herlife and of weaving incredible truth and encouragement from God's Word.This book was an encouragement to me, and I know it will be to others as well.
--Brittany Price Brooker, speaker, blogger, and artist BrittanyPrice.com
What I appreciate most from Ariel Tyson's courageous book is that she places living a life of faith for Christ as the preeminent charge to allbelievers; but especially to young people, who are faced with so muchchallenge and temptation to compromise and pursue earthier goals. It
has been said by many wise men and women that success begins and ends withpursuing a vision much greater than ourselves. Jesus said it this way:"Greater love has no one than this, than to lay one's life down for hisfriends" (John 15:13, NKJV). This important book asks each true follower of our Lord to do just that: put all things after serving God first.All things. So I do give this important, heartfelt work my highcommendation to all Christian readers who wish to be true disciples ofthe Master, and nothing less.
--Dr. Cliff Kelly, professor, speaker, and author of The Sixth Seal
Ariel's bold faith is riveting. Want to know how to live life as a passionatepursuit? Ariel leaves no question unanswered as she draws a line rightthrough the temptation to live by other's standards.
--Brooke Sailer, author of This Thing Called Home
Having worked with ministers' wives for many years, I have a special place inmy heart for young church planters' wives. We call them church planters' wives, but in reality, they are much more. They are partners inministry: wives, mothers, teachers, leaders, daughters, friends,mentors, and much more. The demands and expectations of this life offaith, whether from others or self-imposed, can be overwhelming. Arielhas shared the story of how God has worked in her heart to change hergoal from chasing after the "American Dream" to chasing after God'sPlan. And as she says in her book, "God's adventures are the best ad-ventures."
--Pam Agee, mentor and prayer partner to church planting wives