What you are about to read is like a good movie with various characters, vantage points and visceral moments that are all connected by a common theme - one of great risk and great reward. I think there is something in all of us that wants to believe for great things. Dare to Ask, explores that belief by reintroducing a cast of biblical characters whose experiences and decisions clearly correlate with life’s challenges and circumstances today.
Like a master archeologist, Simcha skillfully brushes away the dust and debris that has covered over dormant dreams so that divine destiny can be rediscovered once again - not just the destination, but the process. The revelation in the title chapter alone is well worth the price of admission, but the waves of wisdom, insight, honesty and personal application continue to roll until the very last page.
Dare to Ask challenges the resigned mindset that we are merely silent spectators in this life and beautifully reminds us that dreams are possible, miracles are real and hope is attainable if you just dare to ask.
Founder, Highway 19 Ministries - Jerusalem
'Dare To Ask' has a beautiful tapestry of practicality and spirituality woven throughout the pages. It challenges readers to dream our God-given dreams, use our God-given gifts, and remove clutter from our hearts so that we can experience the fullness of what God has for us. Through her testimony and scriptural insights, Simcha demonstrates how to be grateful in all things - including trials and desert places. If you need encouragement, restoration, or a fresh stirring of hope in your heart, you will find it here! Prepare to go deeper...
Michael & Sara Thorsby - Burn 24-7 New Bern, NC Directors (USA)
To the reader of Dare to Ask, I would say that when you reach the end of the book, you will conclude that this has been a kairos moment. It is a serendipity, a surprise discovery. Instead of it focusing on aspects of worship from a gifted worship leader, you will be taken on a moving personal journey that deepens your love for the Messiah. It leaves a lot of questions unanswered, but in its place you are left with the deep assurance that the Lord is in control . We are simply left to keep on asking and keep on trusting. This is a beautiful devotional book written from the heart.
Dr David Elms
ICEJ UK Director