I'm in two minds about this book. It's not a bad book - an interesting read alongside other books from a charismatic viewpoint. However, I found it a little disorganised. It doesn't really work either as a memoir (the chronology is quite confused), nor as an apologetic for charismatic theology. As such it's difficult to know who I would recommend the book to.
It's obvious that Chad Norris is passionate about Christ, and that God has moved deeply in his life. He's also deeply concerned that people hear the message that God is still moving supernaturally today. It's just a shame that he couldn't decide which story he wanted to tell.
I'd not heard of the writer before but saw the link with Jack Deere who I already much appreciate as a writer. The book itself is an easy read with a good mix of personal anecdotes and simple teaching. Recommended, with the only drawback being the pages are larger format and therefore slightly more bulky to carry with you.