Monday, December 5, 2022

Christian Non Fiction Spotlight: Sure Enough by Wasyl (Bill) Wojtaszewski

Today, I have a Christian personal growth / memoir in our book spotlight!  Check out Sure Enough, read an excerpt from the book & learn about author Wasyl (Bill) Wojtaszewski!


Miracles From World War to World Missions

Christian Missions, Christian Personal Growth, Memoirs

Date Published: September 27, 2022

Publisher: Lucid Books

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About the Book

Does God still work miracles? Does God use average and imperfect people to accomplish His perfect plan? Is there really such a thing as "God's perfect timing"? Wasyl (Bill) and Maria Wojtaszewski will tell you there is nothing exceptional about them, but God is always faithful in exceptional circumstances. The true stories in this book are at times humorous, always inspirational, and clearly demonstrate these powerful truths:


- Difficult circumstances may contribute to something larger than yourself.

- God's perfect timing is not the same as yours.

- God will bless your efforts when you make yourself available.

- God has placed callings on your life. Boldly pursue them!


If you have not yet met the God of this book, Bill and Maria's testimony will surely make you want to know Him. If you do know Him, this book will encourage you to go forward in faith and obedience. God has assigned missions to each of us - whether foreign, domestic, or both. We must trust that His strength is made perfect in our weakness, and it is He who ultimately accomplishes His missions.


 Read an Excerpt


Despite everything we went through, my father always found a way to provide for us and to
better our situation. No one ever accused him of being lazy! He was a hard-working man,
and he was motivated to achieve something greater for himself and his family. Somehow,
he managed to get a job working in the kitchen. I thought this was great because we could
get better food than everyone else in the camp (although the food they served, in general,
was not too bad). But he did not stop there. He started a part-time business where he went
to local farmers and bought cows, slaughtered them, and then sold the meat for cigarettes
and chocolate, and so on. Cigarettes and chocolate were like gold in Germany; you could
get anything for cigarettes and American chocolate.

One of my most vivid memories of those times was when General Eisenhower came to visit
the camp, riding in a very nice convertible car. This was, of course, before he became
President Eisenhower. I spent most of the time in the kitchen with my father, and this is
where I was when the General came to visit. He was tasting the food and talking to the
cooks, so I sneaked outside to admire his car. I was standing by the driver when my father
called me to come away from it. “Don’t touch that car!” he said. That is when General
Eisenhower asked my father (through the translator), “Is that your son?” My father was
forced to admit that I was indeed his son. “So . . .” General Eisenhower said, “He likes my
car.” Then he told his driver, “Go, take him for a ride!” And that is the story of how I was
privileged to ride in General Eisenhower’s convertible.


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About the Author

Wasyl (Bill) Wojtaszewski was born in Pinsk, Poland, in 1937-two years before the start of World War II. His difficult journey through Germany led him to San Paulo, Brazil, where he received training as an optician. In 1958, he migrated with his family to the United States, and in 1973, established Lakes Optical Shop in Medford Lakes, New Jersey, where he practiced for 37 years. Bill is an ordained minister in the Assemblies of God. He has served on more than 50 short-term medical/evangelical missions in 16 countries, reaching people groups in underserved, underprivileged, and often forbidden locations around the world. While he considers it a privilege to help restore physical sight, his ultimate goal is to witness souls receive spiritual sight as they enter into an eternal relationship with the living Lord, Jesus Christ.

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