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Reviewed by Nino Lobiladze for Readers' Favorite
Kyle was just five years old when his mother noticed something was wrong with his voice—it was too high-pitched. The diagnosis was horrifying. Kyle had a brain stem glioma, a life-threatening tumor that negatively affects talking, walking, vision, and breathing. Kyle had difficulties maintaining his balance and couldn't breathe freely at high altitudes. He was so vulnerable that even school bullies protected him. He underwent radiation treatment to reduce the tumor and constantly improved his balance and speech. But Kyle wasn't alone in his battle. His parents, friends, and his church congregation stood by him, supporting and encouraging him. Kyle was an adult when he started to see God's plan behind his struggles. Beyond Belief by Kyle Campbell is a book for fans of memoirs, Christian literature, readers who deal with disabilities, and those trying to find Jesus.
Beyond Belief is a personal story and part of Kyle Campbell's ministry. This book is beautiful, meaningful, and enlightening. A great storyteller, Kyle takes us on a unique journey of self-discovery and overcoming difficulties that a person with less willpower could see as impossible. Kyle shares a clear and easy-to-understand message—as weak and imperfect as we are, we all are part of a bigger picture. Our disabilities can be a source of strength and an inspiration for others. Beyond Belief motivates us to become a better version of ourselves, for Kyle says, "How we act can preach the gospel." Kyle humbly opens up about his philosophical search for the truth. The author compares belief with knowledge to give us food for thought. Kyle's sincerity regarding his study of the Bible until the verses finally started to resonate with him was touching and inspiring. I appreciated an appealing writing style, Kyle's wonderful poems, and amazing editorial work.