When Beth and her husband Todd took a missions trip to Mexico thirteen years ago, they just thought it was an opportunity to do a little good with their summer vacation. But they couldn’t forget a chance encounter with a forgotten orphanage, couldn’t forget that transcendent feeling of having participated in something truly profound and like addicts they wanted that feeling again. A year later, they moved to Monterrey, Mexico. Some might call that reckless. In the years that follow, Beth and Todd establish a ministry that helps orphans–the poorest, most defenseless members of a needy populace. And while the stories here are drawn from those experiences, this book isn’t a memoir. It’s about living with faith, with the certainty that God will show up, exactly where and exactly when He’s needed. Beth calls it a reckless faith – a willingness to trust even when you don’t understand. And her book – an inspiring collection of true stories about real people who, when faced with real challenges, chose to trust God – is a call to every reader to live with Reckless Faith.
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