Dangerous Surrender: What Happens When You Say Yes to God


Surrender. It is not an inviting concept, is it? Yielding. Relinquishing. Our very nature resists these concepts.

Intimacy with God. Now that is far more appealing. Don’t we all long for a deeper personal experience of God’s presence? 

In her book, Dangerous Surrender, Kay Warren takes us on a startling adventure, across the globe and over the backyard fence, bringing us face to face with the powerful and mysterious link between surrender and intimacy with God. This wasn’t a journey she intended, but once she took the first step there was no turning back. Her world—your world—will never be the same again.

Now Kay Warren invites you—compels you—to explore living a life fully surrendered to God. You will enter the stories of men, women and children that will forever alter your understanding of God. You will come face to face with truths that will forever alter your understanding of yourself. You will be challenged to attempt the impossible and discover in the process that God is far deeper, far wider, far closer than you ever dared to dream.

We are loved by an invisible God who calls us to make him visible by becoming his hands and feet, his touch and his warmth. Kay’s journey, stories, and insights will beckon you to surrender yourself wholly to God and in so doing to personally experience his presence in a way you’ve never known.

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