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Infinitely More [Kindle Edition]

Alex Krutov , Jackie Davis

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Abandoned by his mother in a St. Petersburg dumpster when he was only three days old, Alex Krutov should not have survived. But God had something else in mind.

Raised in the harsh Russian orphanage system, Alex’s life was one of hopelessness and despair until the arrival of Christian missionaries from the West when the Soviet Union collapsed.

Infinitely More is the inspiring true story of a young man who would not give up, and the God who relentlessly pursued him. Jesus said, “I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you.” This is the story of God coming to Alex, and the hope He offers to all of us.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 982 KB
  • Print Length: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Whitecaps Media (March 27 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004U6WQOS
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent read June 1 2011
By Alan Barclay - Published on
I read this book in two sessions - flying to and from Colorado Springs. I suspect that even if I had read it at home, it wouldn't have been a book I read a little bit at a time, as it drew me in completely. It blends a very interesting behind-the-scenes look at the Russian orphanage system and culture with an inspiring tale of Christians who actually live out the Gospel of doing for others in the name of Christ. To me, this means that believers and non-believers alike will find the story engaging, informative, and uplifting.

There is a hint of similarity to The Blind Side, although there is never a whiff of any ulterior motive in the actions of the people who are trying to help a young man in desperate need, and Alex was always driven to achieve something better than what life handed him. I thoroughly enjoyed, and highly recommend this book.
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Abandoned No More April 11 2011
By Lori Bond - Published on
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Abandonment and abuse can be an excuse or a catalyst. In Infinitely More, Alex openly shares how they were a catalyst for great accomplishments of God's work in his life. The fact that his story is written from his perspective, as opposed to an observer's, is a treasure that should be taken to heart by every reader who has someone in his/her life who has been abandoned and survived. Alex walks the reader through his life, starting with going straight from the hospital crib to the trash all the way through to being a servant leader to others for whom he has a unique understanding. His story of triumph is a shining example of not wasting pain. This book inspires the reader to grasp all that God has planned for him/her, not just in spite of life's circumstances, but because of them. Alex chose Christ, thereby choosing to be abandoned no more.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Infinitely More April 23 2011
By JMB - Published on
Simply amazing. I was pulled all the way through it. I was glad I was alone as I finished it, because I was crying. Truth may be stranger than fiction, but it is also more amazing than fiction!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Authentic and Touching Nov. 14 2011
By Sang K. Lee - Published on
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After having the chance to meet Alex personally, and hear his story firsthand, I purchased the Kindle edition of his book, Infinitely More. I am a busy homeschooling mom of 4, and am selective in the books I read, and the time I spend reading them, outside of the Bible. However, I found myself unable to put this book down, and finished it in two settings. Alex will touch your life. Infinitely More is the story of Alex being abandoned as an infant, raised as a Russian orphan, then becoming a Christian and returning to help those that he could help the most, Russian orphans. I believe that the only way to true transformation is through a saving faith in Jesus Christ, and Alex shows this amazing transformation in his book. Without giving too much away, it is truly an incredible journey, and one that I hope many more will get to experience by reading the book! Alex is the real deal, a truly changed individual who loves the Lord and follows Him with all his heart. This book is a glimpse into what that looks like.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Professional and personal review April 28 2011
By Annette Himmelreich - Published on
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I would highly recommend Alex's book for a few reasons: 1. To see God's amazing whittling of a Russian orphan's life towards a ministry for all orphans, 2. To understand life as a Russian orphan before and after the Communist regime w/ the various policies and social views, and 3. To comprehend the effects of what "interupted" or "failed" adoptions can do to an innocent child. It is an exact depiction of an orphan's conceptial understanding of their own experience and growth. I hope it will help those who've been through such experience, but also it will help those who feel the calling to work in such ministry or adopt themselves, whether domestically or internationally. This book is also quite helpful for other Russian orphans to read so they understand they are not alone on the journey that they have to struggle through. I have given quite a few copies out to Russian adoptees, Russian orphans and adoptive parents.

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