The Journey of Pastor Mike by David Gudeman

I just finished reading The Journey of Pastor Mike by David Gudeman.

It is the first novel in a series about the life of a Baptist minister known as Pastor Mike who finds himself in need of more “power” in his ministry and more “reality” in his relationship with God.

Having been a pastor’s wife for nearly 40 years, I could relate to the inner workings of the church world as described by the author. Mr. Gudeman did a great job of bringing the conflict and struggles born of spiritual warfare to life. His characters and their faith battles challenge and encourage the reader to a closer walk with God.

If you like to read novels with a Christian purpose, this is the book for you. It is not at all preachy or condemning. I found myself encouraged and singing spiritual songs between reading sessions. Pastor Mike’s journey leads the sincere follower of God to examine their own spiritual life and to become more open to personal growth and sharing the good news with others.

For your own copy please contact Or give Mr. Gudeman a call at 574-223-2154. The book has 296 pages. It is published in paperback and sells for $14.95. I believe you will be blessed by reading it and sharing it with others.

This is my honest review of the book. I have no financial connection with the sales of this book.

May God’s blessing rest on you as you love and serve Him.


About Cherel

I love to read. I also enjoy journaling, writing poetry, sharing faith and encouragement with others, and blogging! Hope you are blessed by my site.
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6 Responses to The Journey of Pastor Mike by David Gudeman

  1. Scott Sholar says:

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  5. Vera Avila says:

    Why restrict ourselves solely to one God when there are so many other gods to pursue in this world (such as popularity, power, money, success)? Just like marriage, Christianity is the bonding of Creator and creation. To work, both parties must remain loyal and devoted to each other – if one is unfaithful, the marriage will break down. On God’s part, He remains faithful – He never forsakes us, lies to us, or cheats on us. But what are we doing to make this spiritual marriage work? Are we simply swimming on the surface with our relationship with God? If we are reluctant to give up selfish pursuits, our relationship with our Creator will always be shallow. To bond successfully with God, we must stop flirting with the other ‘gods of this world’ hoping for a better deal. Only when we stay faithful to God can He take us to a treasure far greater than anything this world can provide.

  6. Cherel says:

    Excellent comment.

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