Item description for Luke's Passage by Max Davis...
Overview A riveting novel that celebrates the God who gives second chances. If you?ve ever looked back on your life, feeling you threw away a golden moment, you will walk away from this passionate story cheering and with a renewed outlook on your own life.
Luke Hatcher is the pride of Magnolia Springs, Louisiana. The perfect kid. He attends Church?doesn?t drink, doesn?t smoke, doesn?t cuss. He?s the star of the high school baseball team, destined for the big leagues, but everything changes with a simple challenge.
Luke?s Passage follows a young man?s spiritual and emotional journey, through the jungles of Viet Nam and full circle back to Magnolia Springs where his dreams once awaited him ? discovering, to his surprise, the ultimate and life healing transformation of a God he thought he would never believe in again.
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Studio: Emerald Pointe Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.08" Height: 1.03" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2006
Publisher HARRISON HOUSE INC. #60
ISBN 0978513711 ISBN13 9780978513719
Availability 5 units. Availability accurate as of Apr 26, 2017 09:54.
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More About Max Davis
Max Davis holds degrees in Journalism and Biblical Studies. He is the author of sixteen books and has been featured on The Today Show, USA Today, and Publisher's Weekly. In addition to his own works, he's collaborated on books with George Foreman and QVC Host Rick Domeier. Max is a sought-after speaker for organizations worldwide. He and his wife, Alanna, live in Greenwell Springs, LA .
Max Davis currently resides in Baton Rouge, in the state of Louisiana. Max Davis was born in 1960.
Reviews - What do customers think about Lukes Passage?
New good Christian Fiction is hard to find... Oct 20, 2006
...but that's exactly what's offered in "Luke's Passage." Max Davis has a writing style that will immediately pull you into the lives of his characters. You become emotionally attached to the main character, Luke, from the first few pages. This book is an easy-read that will keep your interest from beginning to the end. The story is not sappy or patronizing - it has a solid plot line and is well written. The story and message transcend age and gender - a great book for anyone at any time of their life.
Inspiring! Oct 20, 2006
This is a great read - I couldn't put it down! Luke is a superstar athlete at his high school and then a freak accident changes his life forever. As Luke battles with an overwhelming sense of guilt, he runs from the life he knows and all his parent's expectations. Set in the 60's, the backdrop to Luke's Passage includes Vietnam and racial unrest back at home. This was an added bonus to understanding how people were thinking at that volatile time. This is a great book about forgiving ourselves & reaching toward our futures with faith & love.