Life has already taken fifty-year old Michael on a remarkable journey of one failed marriage, a failed relationship and through it all there has been God even when he felt he had walked away from God and the church. Now he has left his job seeking to fulfill a need, a desire possibly a hunger. A man on a quest to find prayer again possibly the God of his twenties but again it seems so much more. Enlisting the aid of a spiritual director and new found friends he realizes it is his past that must be settled with God and himself.
Brooke takes the reader on a spiritual journey of peace, tranquility, meditation and relaxation. Oh what a journey it is! From page one I was mesmerized drawn into Michael’s life relating in a sense to his sense of yearning for peace and alone time with God. Yes I have read the other reviews and I disagree yes Michael has to deal with his sexuality but in the end he finds the answers that make him whole maybe not the answers or the way that others may think but then each person’s journey with God is their own. Read your Bibles as truth does lie within.
The author writes with a unique brushstroke of pen Christian fiction yes but so remarkably written that one wonders if there is truth upon its pages. Written in first person but outstandingly works here to see inside of Michael’s feelings and reactions to what is happening within him and around him. Readers beware as reading “The Prayer Seeker” may cause you to take a much deeper look at your own relationship with God. I highly recommend for Christians and non-Christians alike.