Walter’s Blog


Angela June 1, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Brave! Writing this book must have been an incredibly hard (yet incredibly brave!) thing for Walter to do. It was sad, joyful, terrible and uplifting….. It shows that nothing is too big for our God! I’ve known Walter for years and the best part was that I could hear his voice in my head while reading; his personality definitely shines through! I know that God will use Walter’s testimony to help others, to be...

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Wes June 3, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Miraculous; How else can you describe the transformation that occurred in Walter’s life.  Not only was in hard to fathom the incredible difficulties that he experienced through his lifetime, but it is almost incomprehensible to imagine how he could recover when “dealt such a difficult hand”. Sovereign Child is a story of heartbreak and despair but also of freedom and inspiration. As you turn the pages you keep...

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Larry June 5, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Miraculous; While Sovereign Child is a factual account of one man’s journey and discovery, the story is so incredible that it often reads like a fictional novel. It’s gritty, extremely intense, raw and emotional. How one man could have endured so much yet came through it all perfectly whole and perfectly healed can only be described in one word….miraculous. The book is an amazing read, and perfectly reveals the love God has for his...

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Jeanine June 6, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Courage I have known Walter for over 20 years, when I met him, he was hilarious, always the clown but professional when he had to be. We worked together for about 5 years in Alberta and then life happens and people lose a bit of touch, luckily through Facebook we were still able to chat once in awhile. Through Facebook I could tell in the last 10-15 years there was some deep stuff going on within him…… but being so far...

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Vincent June 6, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Mind-blowing; I’ve known Walter for a few years now. I was excited to read his book; we’ve talked and I knew some of his story. But this… nothing prepares you for reading this. If it was a journey to read (and it was!) I can’t even imagine what it was to actually live. As his friend, reading this had a deep impact on me. Anger at what was done to him, sadness for what he did to himself, yet praise for what God...

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Daniel June 18, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Courageous; This book will give hope to the hopeless ,rest to the restless. Many people live in shackles from the deep dark secrets, also many people will take to grave robbed spiritually guilt and condemnation bogging the down never able to rise. This is Walters Story of how this is possible only through The Living God. My wife and I recommend this book highly and would also encourage to have Walter as a guest speaker for prisons,...

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Rose June 19, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

SOVEREIGN CHILD; I definitely would recommend this Book to anyone that has suffered from any form of abuse whether it is physical, mentally , physiological, sexually. That there is a true God that can walk with you through thick or thin and that you don’t have to walk alone. Too put all the pain can be put at the foot of the cross. No one deserves to be abused. There is light and joys that can be experience. This book can give...

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Shirley June 20, 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

a real rags to riches; It is truly remarkable to read a story of redemption like this one. A story that is wrought with despair and hopelessness, among horrible abuse, and ends with hope, healing and adoption into the royalty of the King of Glory. We have known Walter from his time in St. Paul and I read the book just before he came and spoke at our church. What a difference an encounter with “the King” can make in a...

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Sovereign Child Book Reviews 2017


Posted By on Jun 27, 2017

Ubuntu boots June 25, 2017 Sovereign Child, This book is about a series of severe events in Walter’s life and how he found grace in the sight of the Lord despite it all. Who Walter is today is an encouraging testament of God’s power to redeem. There are some surprises in the read and I enjoyed that the book is to the point and clearly written with...

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First and foremost I would like to sincerely thank Margaret N’ Gary Smith for inviting me last night to speak at their 55plus group at our church and do a book signing for their members. It was truly a blessed evening with amazing fellowship and I’m extremely grateful for being given this wonderful opportunity. It was such a beautiful evening, with great food, and incredible worship followed by an inspiring word from Gary...

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