Profound and poignant, as we see the Lord's plans and purposes for Murdo's life unfold before our eyes. I am privileged to know the man and call him my friend.
Iain MacAskill, Pastor, Stirling Free Church of Scotland, Stirling
An entertaining and inspirational read.
George Mackenzie, Son of Donald Mackenzie, Murdo Murchison's first boss
I commend to you Murdo's story. More than that I commend to you Murdo's Lord, in Whom we find meaning and purpose and life in all its fullness.
Kenneth Ian MacKenzie D.L., Minister of The Parish of Braemar and Crathie and Domestic Chaplain to Her Majesty The Queen in Scotland
Murdo's testimony encourages me greatly to store up treasures of permanent value - it won't be in vain because it is ultimately all that matters on both sides of death.
Kate Forbes, MSP for Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch
... well written, clear, interesting, real, sad, joyful, full of life and full of hope. Inspiring for Christians and non-Christians alike!
David Robertson, Well–known pastor and apologist
In this book, we see that Murdo, bravely and honestly, writing out of a context of terminal illness sees that the future is not dark but is as bright as the promises of God.
David Meredith, Mission Director, Free Church of Scotland, Inverness
What shines through Murdo Murchison's life story is the author's strong personal Christian faith. Murdo's story is a celebration of a life well lived, and will prove an inspiration to all those facing challenges in their lives.