At first glance, this book seems to be about a canoe trip the author took with his four sons. But it is really about the questions--The God Questions. The questions that we need to help our children--and ourselves--"see" in the life around us if we have any hope of discovering the Answer (God).
We encounter an infinite number of questions on our journey to God, but four of them in particular, symbolized here by separate trips down the Wisconsin River with each of the author s four sons, propel us.
What is our place in the world? Who is God calling us to be? How is God caring for us? Where is God's love?
Take this journey not only to discover the answers, but the questions as well, which will help you live a fulfilled life.
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