Blind Faith by Matthew Vollbrecht

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Blind Faith is the story of blind pastor, public speaker, and singer Matthew Vollbrecht (the author). Though not a complete autobiography, it chronicles in depth, many of the challenges, struggles, and choices he has faced. Issues including his blindness, losing his job, and almost losing his life as well as many more are discussed. Yet, the greatest issue he must face is his own demons — his fears, his outlook, and the perception of his worthiness. In every trial, Matthew knows that he has been given a choice of how to deal with whatever is before him. Only he can make the decisions, and those decisions will have powerful and potentially long-lasting outcomes — anything from complete happiness and victory to tragic loss. Matthew provides insight into his life, his marriage, his friendships, and many other relationships — especially his relationship with God, and how these influences help him to fight the inner and sometimes outward battles that must be fought in order to achieve complete victory.
 

About Matthew Vollbrecht

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Blind since the age of three, Matthew Vollbrecht currently pastors the New Hope Community Church of Everett. He travels to various schools, churches, and other venues to give both secular and spiritual messages of encouragement and inspiration to people of all ages. In addition to the uplifting messages of hope, his presentations often include rich multimedia content and music performed by Matthew.
 
Published February 4, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 242 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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