A Spiritual Memoir
In Called Along the Way I describe my faith journey from unbeliever to believer, from cultural Christian to active disciple, from disciple to realization of call, and from seminary to early ministry. Unlike Adam and Eve, my story does not begin the Garden of Eden. If you too have struggled with your faith walk, then my story may offer solace. Even in our baby steps of faith, God promises to walk with us.
Life appears most confusing when we fixate too much on the present, forget our own history, and lose sight of the future. As Christians, we know that our future is in Christ and because we know the end of the story, we also know that present afflictions are temporary, not the end of the story. The past reminds us of the many afflictions that we have already overcome, God’s gracious work in our lives, and the many blessings that God has given us.
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Nohemi Zerbi, Chemical Engineer wrote:
Have you ever wondered if the church in America is mortally wounded? Is God really dead as the infamous 1966 Time magazine cover reported? This memoir offers evidence to the contrary.
Jonathan Jenkins, Pastor wrote:
Stephen opens up his life story for us to delve into, investigate, and learn from. It provides an excellent inside view of how God uses every facet of our lives to mold us and to use us for His glory.
Stephen's spiritual journey is interesting because it has taken place along the pathway of enormous changes in America.