This is a story filled with amazing descriptions of time and place, interesting characters and wonderful stories of triumph. Not to mention a few fishing experiences that piqued m interest. "Running the Good Race" is an impressive account of one couple's journey together; guided by strong Christian faith and unbridled energy."---Jonathan Herbert, Gasparilla Gazette, Award Winning Writer
I received this book as part of a goodreads giveaway. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but I was really intrigued by Dennis' career and travels with Ford. I loved how he followed God's path for him and incorporated a lifetime of giving back into his career. The ministry as well as the story of his family and path at Ford were really entertaining and thought provoking. I enjoyed this book and was glad I had an opportunity to read it. ---Jennifer Hall
Dennis presents a story of adventure and purpose in his book, a purpose much deeper than I ever expected. After learning how much flying meant to Dennis and how he used his personal aircraft in his missionary work ---LT COL Rick Hagelthorn, Michigan Air National Guard, Retired.
This sportsman’s memoir is directed by an uplifting, positive tone.
Dennis Blue’s religious memoir Through the Eyes of a Fisherman follows his second career as a charter boat captain after working at Ford Motor Company. This sportsman's memoir is directed by an uplifting, positive tone--- Foreword Clarion Review.
Running the Good Race is a captivating memoir about traipsing the globe and a life of faith.
Dennis Blue’s memoir Running the Good Race concerns his rich life spent in corporate America, traveling abroad, following his faith, and establishing his own fishing business after retirement---
Foreword Clarion Reviews
If you’ve ever experienced those times in your life when you’ve suffered insurmountable troubles and confrontations, that if you become more like the author, you too can put these things aside and out of your mind from reading about the lessons he’s learned. For wanting to increase the faith of his readers, by using himself as the prime example, I’m delighted to give Mr. Blue the 5 STARS he deserves. Robin leigh Morgan--Top Contributor--True Crimes Books.
This is a story of a faithful friend and his experiences in life. He is a charter fisherman who will find you good fish along with good company on the voyage. He and his family share their experiences in travel, fishing and work. An easy page turner that will stay in your heart for ever.---Susan Carlson
I found this book to be one of the best books I have ever read. Being a chaplain for the past 35 years that puts it in line with many books that I have enjoyed over my life-time.I found the book to be very honest, filled with adventure, integrity, love, carrying for others, personal tragedy, success, a deep love for God and His ministry, the list could go on and on. At times I wondered if I was reading a book or watching a movie with so many interesting scenes and stages of life.I believe one of the most important illustrations in the book is how Dennis lived his faith in all the areas of his life, including family, work and pleasure. The people who will enjoy this book the most are those who need encouragement in living their faith everyday and everywhere.---Chaplin Billy Watson
Denny Blue has led an interesting life, and he tells some of the highlights here in an open, engaging style.---Steve Szilvagyi
Janice rated it 4 STAR---really liked it. How fun to read Dennis Blue's recollections about learning to be a charter captain and fishing in the waters of Florida, the Great Lakes, Bahamas, etc. He is detailed in his descriptions and I believe he could probably recall each fish he has ever caught if you ask him. His fishing stories are believable and enjoyable. This memoir will be a treasure for all his family and friends.---Goodreads Review November 1, 2018
Mary rated it 5 STAR---it was amazing, Great read.---Goodreads Review November 1, 2018
It's amazing! Dennis seems to remember the exact date for every single occurrence in his life, from relocating between countries, to meeting new friends, to unexpected fishing/flying mishaps. And the details are incredible. Surprisingly the book does not drag. It's all interesting to read. If you have the time. :) And there are many pictures of friends and acquaintances throughout the years, as well as aerials from flying in Venezuela, the many boats they owned from place to place, fishing prizes, and more. The book is written in such a way as to seem almost like a journal, if in a freehand font. It doesn't have the polish some books have, but it doesn't need it. This book tells of Dennis' life working for Ford, fishing every possible chance, and having the faith to follow God's leading. THE BLOND BOOKWORM, CSPA BOOK CRASH REVIEW, April, 2018