“The God Who is real.”

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You know that my book ‘The God Who is real” has been on Facebook under the title “Musings of an older man.” However, there are changes in the book and it is shortened. Here are 5 previews:

“From the very first page, I knew this book would pull me in. Nothing prepares you for the true life experiences that Richard and Marina have faced in their life time. They have learned to lean on God in all circumstances and their faithfulness has seen lives changed, including their own. If you’ve got questions, the answers you are looking for may be right in front of your eyes.”
–Mrs. Susanne O’Connor. “Office Manager, The Spinal Garage Wellness Centre”, Kitchener.

“Rarely have I been so impacted by reading a book as I was at the conclusion of “The God Who is Real.” Richard and Marina Haverkamp have served God for more than 55 years together, through “plenty and in want”, joy and sorrow, constantly counting only on the Lord to provide for them, their family, and their ministry. If you are wondering if God is “really real”, this very personal account will convince you that He is real indeed! This is certainly a very encouraging book for anyone desiring to serve the Lord.”
–Gerrit Blok, Co-founder and past Executive Director of New Life Prison Ministry.

“Although I was privileged to know about Richard and Marina’s involvement in Belgium, I was unaware of the many interesting experiences during their years of missionary service. Their real life stories in this book are an affirmation that “God is real” and provides in many unusual situations. This book’s easy-to-read style helps the reader to journey through the years with the Haverkamps and appreciate how God has used them to accomplish His work.”
–Mrs. Evelyn Hoffman. A friend.

In a world often characterized by uncertainty, confusion, doubts, and distrust, it is such an encouragement to learn from people who have been ‘on the other side’, asking the questions honest skeptics ask about the relevance of God and the Bible. The majority of the time, we turn to biographies of people who lived and died a long time ago. But God has blessed countless numbers of us by allowing us to personally know the Haverkamps, and to now have the privilege of observing the adventure of their life as it is freshly retold. As I was reading the original version of this book in blogging format, I could barely wait for more! I felt like a child sitting on a rug in front of a fireplace, while Richard was masterfully recounting a story that not only drew me in but challenged me in my own degree of faith. This is a must-read for believer and skeptic alike. A true story of real people trusting a real God!
Peter Bolton – Bible teacher, and retired Math/Science Educator (30 years in public high schools)

“In post-modern, post-Christian Europe, a most unlikely setting for seeing God’s miraculous working, the author relates candidly yet engagingly, his first-hand experiences of the reality of God. As a friend of Richard, I can truly attest to what he writes since I have heard him tell story after story, not only proving the existence of God but how God stops at nothing and uses whatever method He needs to get our attention. You will love reading of a God who shows up and wastes no circumstance or crisis to bring about the miracle of change that we need. What we all need is less theory and more reality, less orthodoxy and more life. The reader will not be disappointed as he reads about “The God Who is Real”.
–Les Frey, for forty years active in Christian service in Spain.

One thought on ““The God Who is real.”

  1. Johan Allaert

    Hallo Marina, hallo Richard,

     

    graag wil ik met mijn bescheidene middelen jullie hebben met de "reklame" van het boek "The God is real".

    Geef mij gewoon een seintje en de nodige informaties om het te verwezenlijken.

    Richard, ik kan me nog goed herinneren, hoe je bij de stichting van onze nieuwe christengemeente in het leger zei:

    "Als God een ezel kan gebruiken (Bileam), waarom zou hij dan geen militairen kunnen gebruiken?"

    Komt er ooi nog een nederlandstalige vertaling?

     

    Heel lieve groeten en Gods zegen vanuit Duitsland,

    Johan en Elke

     

    PS: Ik heb het leger in 1992 verlaten en werk sedertdien in Duitsland in het openbare jeugdwerk.

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