Middle aged, disappointed and self-loathing, Adam Camp is anything but the picture of a successful man. With his wife threatening to leave him and their son addicted to drugs, Adam teeters on the verge of absolute despairquestioning his own existence and purpose for living. After an explosive argument with his wife, Adam searches for an escape as he sets out on a journey that will dramatically recolor his world. While walking through the city park, Adam is approached by an old painter. The mysterious artist convinces Adam to let him paint his portrait and what happens next is nothing short of a masterpiece....
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The Impressionist Reviews
Thought it was a book for men, and it is, but speaks Truth to the soul.
As an AACC member for 25 yrs, I will share this book with 4 grandsons and men I know.
We all have a devine purpose.
Adam, who is in his worst moment meets Jim Ed who shows Adam who he is meant to be in Christ. Through forgiveness, God’s Word, God’s love, all things are possible. Jim Ed shares with Adam the gifts that God Blessed Him with. I would recommend this book to everyone who is searching, doubting, hoping.
I'd like to thank the author for writing this book and especially thank Yahweh for having me read it at this time. Yahweh continues to use triangulation to get my attention and to teach me. I truly am in awe of Him. Thank You Jesus.
After the first three or four chapters, I felt that I was alternately reading a sermon and then a history of civil rights actions and causes. The Christian message was OK, but I expected more action and less teaching.
I felt the message of the book was that a couple of miraculous interactions were needed for a person to change his ways, with which I disagree.
And there was only resolution in one of the main character's relationships, leaving the other up in the air. Was this to make us want to r ...more
This is a true message of how we live our lives. The life God gave each of us. The choices we make and the path we follow. The only true path is throne God has for us. This is a story worth reading more than once. It will make you think if you are not afraid to do so.
It finished too soon
This book was so compelling but finished too soon. Is their a sequel to the book the Impressionist? Oh my it left me in limbo. Not with God but the book. It really drew me loser to God.
I had set my mind that I would not enjoy this book. What a surprise I got, I wanted to read as fast as I could. So much faith in God and love! Just a terrific story!
“And He will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children and the hearts of the children to their fathers” Malachi 3:6 is the gift of The Impressionist.
We all —long— to be fathered. The Impressionist draws the generations together with a grandfather, a father and a son who desperately need strength beyond their own abilities. The gift was layered and different than expected but rich and life changing. It revealed options with the choice given to make.
“See yourself as I (God) see you. Live from ...more