Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
The Walk by Shaun Alexander is a book written about the different aspects of the Christian life. The author shows how to walk with God, not behind Him and not running in front of Him. Starting with the unbeliever, he takes the reader through the phases of believer, example, teacher, and imparter. Each has a clear direction for one's life. He also shows the difference between a wanderer and a wanderer, trials and temptations, and has a chapter in each section on Peter.
With plenty of scripture references for the reader to look up and study as well as a study guide in the back of the book, I feel this is a great book to use in one's maturing Christian walk.
I like the way the book is not overpowering with religious overtones that go above the reader's head but is simple and easy to understand. The author includes some anecdotes from his own personal walk with God and throws in a little football knowledge for good measure. There are some things in the book that some may disagree with, but I feel for the most part, it’s a good book to read and learn what most Christians struggle with in their day-to-day living and the temptations and lies that Satan loves to throw out at us. I feel that’s what makes this book worth reading.