Broken but Usable: God Uses Imperfect People recounts the spiritual journey of Apostle Milton Adams, founding pastor of Broken Chain Ministries in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He draws upon his own experiences, including his years growing up in Mississippi and his years ministering in Wisconsin, and brings them into conversation with key passages from the Bible.
The mix of personal story, sacred Scripture, and pastoral insight makes Broken but Usable an eloquent and effective proclamation of the gospel's assurance that God, like a potter who refashions a vessel until it is just right, works over the clay of individual lives until He reshapes flawed people to meet His plans for their lives.
Broken but Usable: God Uses Imperfect People illustrates God's persistence and patience in working with people in the midst of their trials and failures. If you have known such times in your life, then Broken but Usable will leave you with feelings of assurance, encouragement, and hope. You will close the cover on the last page, recognizing that while your life may not be turning out as you had planned, you still are clay in the hands of God, who is molding you into a vessel that suits His purposes.