“The Insanity Of God: A True Story Of Faith Resurrected” By Nik Ripken

“… It seemed like a natural progression not only to read the Bible and sing but also take time together and pray. And they began to do that. Nothing could be hidden for long in small villages. Houses were close together and the windows were often open. Neighbors begin noticing what was going on with Dmitri’s family. Some of them asked whether they could come and listen to the Bible stories and sing the familiar songs. Dmitry protested that he was not trained to do this; he wasn’t trained to be a minister. His excuse didn’t seem to dissuade his neighbors, and a small group began gathering to share in the reading and telling and discussing of Bible stories. …”~Nik Ripken

“‘Dmitri’s Song’~The Insanity Of God”