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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
Walk Like a Warrior by Shara Bueler-Repka is the powerfully inspirational narrative that shares the author’s adventures in ministry with her husband across the mid-western states of America. When Shara Bueler-Repka experienced the urge to do something different with her life, she quit her job and joined her husband in his music ministry. This resulted in the creation of the Pony Express Ministry. Travelling with The Boys (their horses Rocky and Nocona) her stories (or “adventures” as chapters are labelled) paint a picture with words full of humor, wisdom, inspiration, and moral lessons. In conjunction with her photography, Shara Bueler-Repka gifts the reader with images of hope. Her work with America’s Native Americans, young and old, is courageously honest and a true testament to her faith in God.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading, and re-reading at times, the adventures described in this delightfully written narrative. The only word to describe this experience is “joy”. Bueler-Repka’s “joy” is evident on every page. In Adventure 12 she states: “Reading the Word of God and actually living what we read are two different things.” Her words spoke to me as she wrote about walking through the “fire” that I equate to our daily living. Walk Like a Warrior reminds me who is “behind the scenes” to assist my own journey in life. Bueler-Repka doesn’t preach, but she does offer an uplifting, unofficial sermon that leaves the reader with the satisfaction and thought-provoking effect of a visit to church.