The Bottom Never Endsby David Andrew Smith
Damon Carawell still can't forgive his wife. Ten years after her mistake, the 33-year-old man continues to overshadow Noel with his ministry in Ohio. And now, with Noel needing Damon more than ever, the opportunity he's dreamed about has finally arrived. His father's church
The Bottom Never Ends is the story of a hero, a villain, and the world their fears created.
Damon Carawell still can't forgive his wife. Ten years after her mistake, the 33-year-old man continues to overshadow Noel with his ministry in Ohio. And now, with Noel needing Damon more than ever, the opportunity he's dreamed about has finally arrived. His father's church in Jaipur, India has disappeared after ministering to the workers of a local drug field. But it isn't Damon's parents, who he hasn't spoken to in years, or even their missing congregation that's pulling him to India. It's not the idea of saving anyone Damon's truly worried about. It's the idea of who he will be saving them from.
Vedic Vane isn't a myth. He's real, and has been hired to imprison the Jaipur Church. But the task proves troubling to the Christian killer from the start, as he's shockingly overcome with conviction. And just as God is about to save Vedic, Damon's pride launches him into the villain's changing life, conflicting with the progress God has started.
A marriage, a church, and a soul must be saved. And the only man who can help them all has to choose one.
All proceeds from The Bottom Never Ends will go to The Second Mile Hospitality Ministry, providing temporary shelter for homeless families and single women.
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I have come to appreciate this book on a lot of other levels besides the incredible story and suprising character development. The cause of all the proceeds going to a charity is great to, but the lessons I took from this has been monumental. I've never seen an inspirational novel so honest and real about the problems, harsh realities and tribulations of following Jesus Christ. The picture this book paints is not always pretty, but never one that lacks inspiration, hope, and furthermost, responsibility. And it's those traits that produce the joy at the end. This book never relies on over-hyped happiness to win over the reader. It wins them over with simple, yet painful reminders of how dreadful life can be if we forget why we're really here. I can't wait until the next book. Nick Hern
It's nice to see a Christian novel that's not so fluffed up and unrealistic. This story could really happen, and it appeals both genders, all ages, and to people in varing stages of life. I've taken more from this as a Christian then I ever would from the 'Rapture' books. I tend to learn better from sharp lessons told in realistic settings, then through the urgency persuasion that the 'Rapture' books cover. This book covered it all. The character development was great and the ending was not only completely unpredictable, but one that has left me feeling numb, wondering what in the world I'm doing with mylife. I love it! And the best part is that David is giving all the proceeds away. I can respect that.