The shoes tell a story about the commitment of Bob Hentzen, who walked 4,000 miles in these shoes from Kansas City, Kansas to Guatemala. He was driven by his determination to bring hope for a better life to the poor in Central and South America. (Picture used by permission of Unbound.)
Chapter 12, "Love and Compassion," relates how the deep faith of Bob, siblings and friends, led to the founding of an organization which would greatly impact thousands.
We also walk a road that is not always smooth. We trudge along dusty trails, stumble over rocks, and meet obstacles on our journey. But, we know our destination, and trust that God will be with us every step of the way.
Walk in Faith offers reflections on what it means to be a Christian--whether in humility, stewardship, or joy. Scripture combines with true stories and humor as Jerry and Nancy Binko share their journey of faith.
"This book can become a wonderful source of inspiration and guidance for the everyday person who is searching for a deeper, more meaningful Christian life."
The Most Reverend Robert E. Guglielmone Bishop of Charleston