This isn’t a book with information and steps in it. It’s a book about the power of love to set us free. Danielle doesn’t just talk about this in books; she lives it out on the streets. This book won’t make you want to be like Danielle—it will make you want to be like Jesus.
If you’re searching and longing for freedom in your life, find someone who knows what it feels like to be free, and lives it. Find someone who understands that freedom is not a cheap quick fix and that it’s often hard, sacrificial, and disciplined. Find someone who’s failed and gotten up again, with skin in the game and scars to prove it. Someone who is compassionate enough to love you where you’re at but challenging enough to not let you stay there. Find someone who can’t stop working toward setting people free because she has discovered the kind of good news too good not to share. Danielle offers us all this and more in The Ultimate Exodus. Get the book, and get back on your journey—to freedom.
In The Ultimate Exodus, Danielle Strickland reminds us that God invades our ordinary, everyday lives in ways that lead us closer to true freedom. She knows this, of course, because she’s experienced that liberty in real ways most of us can only imagine. As she retells some of the ways God has led her from the edge to an exodus, we are reminded again that life is more than just one Red Sea crossing.
The Ultimate Exodus effervesces with Danielle Strickland’s characteristic passion, compassion, and clarity. It addresses some of the most pressing, pervasive, and personal issues of our time, unlocking freedom and greater joy for us all.
This is a book about getting free and becoming a real and an honest-to-goodness follower of God—disciplined, focused, evangelizing, praying, serving, sabbathing, giving, and believing. And because I know Danielle Strickland, I can say that it’s also written by one. You simply must read it.
Danielle Strickland gives off the fragrance of Jesus. And in The Ultimate Exodus, she reminds us that Jesus came not just to make bad people good but to set oppressed people free and bring dead people back to life. It’s a beautiful book.
It’s common to find a book that would be good for someone you know. It’s rare to find a book that would be good for everyone you know. Simple, beautiful, and comprehensive, The Ultimate Exodus holds treasures of Danielle’s life experiences, and the depth of her spiritual reflections is poetic and life changing. While freedom can be a buzzword, this journey through the central metaphor of Scripture is not only hopeful but also enlightening and deeply enthralling. Through The Ultimate Exodus, you will catch a glimpse of the beauty of God’s love for his children and gain invaluable perspective on how to attain the freedom promised in Christ. This book is a gem.
I’m a total Danielle Strickland fan. Not only is she one of the most outstanding speakers around today, but she’s also a radical witness to Jesus and a good writer to boot. Danielle speaks with the authority of someone who lives out her message in the rough-and-tumble of life.