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A longtime journalist grounded in facts confronts stories that ask for faith. Throughout his thirty years on the air, television reporter Scott Mason has interviewed countless people who unexpectedly offered up miracle stories. Such as the legendary golf broadcaster who makes for a wonderful personality profile—and then says, “Oh, and by the way, I died and came back to li A longtime journalist grounded in facts confronts stories that ask for faith. Throughout his thirty years on the air, television reporter Scott Mason has interviewed countless people who unexpectedly offered up miracle stories. Such as the legendary golf broadcaster who makes for a wonderful personality profile—and then says, “Oh, and by the way, I died and came back to life.” Or the sole survivor of a plane crash who describes his harrowing ordeal—and tells of a radiant vision he says he witnessed while catapulting through the fuselage. One after another the miracle stories kept coming, but Scott Mason suspected these stories would never find their way onto the air. So he made a miracle list and dug deeper into these intriguing accounts on his own. As he pursues the leads throughout this book, Scott shares a compelling narrative of fact and faith and his personal struggle to balance them both.


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A longtime journalist grounded in facts confronts stories that ask for faith. Throughout his thirty years on the air, television reporter Scott Mason has interviewed countless people who unexpectedly offered up miracle stories. Such as the legendary golf broadcaster who makes for a wonderful personality profile—and then says, “Oh, and by the way, I died and came back to li A longtime journalist grounded in facts confronts stories that ask for faith. Throughout his thirty years on the air, television reporter Scott Mason has interviewed countless people who unexpectedly offered up miracle stories. Such as the legendary golf broadcaster who makes for a wonderful personality profile—and then says, “Oh, and by the way, I died and came back to life.” Or the sole survivor of a plane crash who describes his harrowing ordeal—and tells of a radiant vision he says he witnessed while catapulting through the fuselage. One after another the miracle stories kept coming, but Scott Mason suspected these stories would never find their way onto the air. So he made a miracle list and dug deeper into these intriguing accounts on his own. As he pursues the leads throughout this book, Scott shares a compelling narrative of fact and faith and his personal struggle to balance them both.

37 review for Faith and Air: The Miracle List

  1. 5 out of 5

    V2adams

    As with all of Scott Mason's books, this book is one of short stories. This book if filled with stories that he has come across during his travels that have been told to him by just ordinary people about things that have happened to them. I enjoyed this book greatly!! As I would read each story, I found myself pausing to reflect on how what I had just read affected myself. This book makes you think about a lot of things in ways that you haven't thought of before. There's a line in the last story As with all of Scott Mason's books, this book is one of short stories. This book if filled with stories that he has come across during his travels that have been told to him by just ordinary people about things that have happened to them. I enjoyed this book greatly!! As I would read each story, I found myself pausing to reflect on how what I had just read affected myself. This book makes you think about a lot of things in ways that you haven't thought of before. There's a line in the last story that Scott Mason wrote that says, "Slowly, the book became a gift in the way it changed me." He was talking about how the book affected him. I believe the book was a gift to me to read also. Thank you Scott Mason for your fabulous insight!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    I loved reading the stories of ordinary people. It gave me hope in modern day miracles. Although it did leave me wanting more stories on the list. The book did strengthen my faith and left me feeling comforted.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Panko

    Scott Mason penned a wonderful book in Faith and Air: The Miracle List. I found myself laughing, crying, and feeling things that I had not expected. Great job, Scotty! I recommend this book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Quinn

    This book is a book of short stories of faith, all true, as told to Scott Mason. I bought the book from Scott at the NC State Fair, and it is a signed copy! It is one of the best book of short stories I have ever read. Real people simply telling their own story of faith. It was inspiring and uplifting to read.

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