In Moses and Me, author Jean Schultz explores the story of Moses and the moral influences it has in our present culture. She presents a first-person, verbal account that alternates between the biblical figure?s history and her own, focusing on the experiences they have in common:
? They were both born to women who were prisoners as a matter of circumstance, having never violated any laws. ? They were both adopted into families that they were not related to. ? They lived as privileged youths, but struggled with self-esteem and self- identification issues. ? They committed the act of murder with the intent of being embraced by others they were trying to convince to love them.
In the process of her narrative, Schultz reveals how God can use our struggles to define a ministry that reaches out to a world that needs to hear from God?s Word.
Although several thousand years separate the stories of Moses and Schultz, the struggles of the human condition have not changed. In this personal narrative, Schultz explains that we strive to speak truth while surrounded by others who cannot grasp the concept of an invisible God, in spite of the evidence of His existence all around us. She hopes to inspire a new generation of believers to reach out to Him and allow Him to heal the brokenness in their lives.