Endorsements & Reviews-
"Belousek inspired me on many levels and I appreciated this opportunity to get acquainted with this disciple. I was intellectually and spiritually challenged by his theological excursus and grateful for his discerning reflection on his remarkable experiences. I came away richer as a result, and you will too."
--Arthur Boers, Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership, Tyndale Seminary, Toronto
"Some of the essays here are in their own right gems of theological argumentation, biblical exposition, and ethical reflection on the gospel of peace. What will bring me back to this book most often, however, is the way that Belousek models and invites us to pay prayerful attention to so many kinds of encounters we might otherwise miss along the disciple's journey--with the homeless and troubled, with the events of our times, with tragedies and joys, with the soil of farmland and the stone of sculpture, and above all with the Christ who speaks through them all, along the way."
--Gerald W. Schlabach, Professor of Theology, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota
"This book is both devotional and theological. Above all, it is biblical. I was challenged to know Jesus more deeply and to follow him, regardless of cost, as I read this book."
--Shirley Hershey Showalter, author of Blush
"For any follower of Jesus engaged in discernment about what it means to be a disciple, this book offers an insightful contemplative account of one pilgrim's faithful witness to Jesus's way of peace."
--Margaret Pfeil, Fellow, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame, Indiana