Popular speaker and evangelist, Leo Schreven, spreads it thick with stories like this one from a time he and his flying buddies had to make an unexpected night landing.
"All I could see was a lot of darkness. As Keith flew on, our friend Pete,-a devout atheist-started to sweat. Above the roar of the motor he yelled, "Do you think we're going to make it?" "I doubt it, Peter, I replied. He mumbled some doubts about his religious choices. As Keith began his descent, we approached what appeared to be a field.It's amazing how many things look the same in the dark when you're flying at 120 mph. A nice selection of insects suddenly splattered on the windshield-a fate we seemed destined to share. Suddenly, the airplane lights picked up a new shape, that grew clearer each moment. "What in the world...it looks like...must be...a TREE!" Keith performed a hammerhead roll that made my eyes sink down to my navel. Behind me Pete was now on his knees confessing his sins with tears and anguish. Keith's mumbling about going down in a blaze of glory didn't help. On our third attempt, we reached the ground in a flurry of dirt and grass. When the plane finally stopped, Keith was on the floor, Squirrel was navigating, the dog was chewing my gum, and Peter announced he had decided to enter the ministry.
Leo and his brother (Squirrel) share many a hilarious tale in this book, tales tied off and driven home with a spiritual point. Let laughter open your heart to the wonder of God's love in the book that proves its title to be true.