Wisdom Hunter is a fictional narrative that follows pastor Jason Faircloth’s desperate spiritual journey after losing his only family members in dual tragedies. It asks some difficult questions about “prepackaged” Christianity and dares the reader to look past the legalism and judgment practiced in many churches to find the grace and freedom offered by a relationship with Jesus himself.
Although Wisdom Hunter is a story of tragedy, grief, desperation, soul-searching, graphic accounts of sin, and repentance, it also highlights hope, redemption, and restoration. Filled with a myriad of helpful and profound quotations, Wisdom Hunter challenges us to examine our own motives and decide what we really believe and what is truly important.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Pastor Jason Faircloth knows what he believes. His clear faith, in fact, is why he is one of the most prominent pastors in Atlanta. He relies on it to discipline his daughter, his wife, his church. He prays daily that others would come to see God’s ways as he does.
And it is about to cost him everything.
Groping for answers in the face of tragedy, Jason begins a search for the only family he has left: the granddaughter kept hidden from him. Soon he finds himself on an international adventure that will take him straight into the depths of his soul. He is determined not to fail again.
A fast-paced suspense novel rich in spiritual depth, Wisdom Hunter explores what it means to break free of Christian legalism—and discover why grace can mean the difference between life and death.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Randall Arthur is the bestselling author of Jordan’s Crossing and Brotherhood of Betrayal. He and his wife have served as missionaries to Europe for over thirty years. From 1976 till 1998, he lived in Norway and Germany as a church planter. Since 2000, he has taken numerous missions teams from the United States on trips all over Europe. Arthur is also the founder of the AOK (Acts of Kindness) Bikers’ Fellowship, a group of men who enjoy the sport of motorcycling. He and his family live in Atlanta, Georgia.
This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.