THE WALK by Michael Card

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"It is impossible to estimate the value of the moment when two lives intersect for the first time," Michael Card reflects.

When Card went to Western Kentucky University, he majored in wildlife management because he wanted a job that didn't involve people. Little did he know that he would meet a man who would compel him, by the example of his life, back into the world of people, for Jesus' sake.

The Walk is Michael Card's story of his relationship with Bill Lane, who forever changed his outlook on life. The book is both a journal and a study of the real meaning of discipleship. Card says, "Bill's walk was a parable of his life. Through him, or because of him, it would become the parable of my life as well."


About Michael Card

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Michael Card is a well-known, multi-Dove Award -- winning musician and author whose previous children's books have been Gold Medallion finalists. He recently launched a weekly radio program heard on over 150 stations. Collectively, his works have sold more than four million copies and his twenty-year music career has seen nineteen number-one songs on the Christian charts. When not producing thought-provoking, soul-stirring albums or performing across the country, Michael can be found at home in Tennessee with his wife, Susan, and their children, Katie, Will, Nathan, and Maggie.
Published March 13, 2001 by Thomas Nelson. 160 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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