When Takeko Hose was shot and paralyzed from the knees down, she and her husband, David, turned to prayer more fervently than ever. They received all they'd hoped for and more. Every Day God recounts the dialogues Takeko and David have engaged in with God for eight years. To them, God is akin to a warm and caring parent eager to nurture and love every child unconditionally. Moreover, with the right seeking, each person can access this divine source at the core of his or her being.
Takeko Serizawa and David Hose met while working for a church organization. They were married in 1970, and raised a family of four sons and a daughter. Feeling deeply called to the path they’ve chosen during the past decade, David and Takeko are not now formally associated with any spiritual organizations, aside from humanity itself. They currently reside in Bellevue, Washington.
"An amazing story about discovering and conversing with God that can help the reader open the door to God." —Dr. Gerald G. Jampolsky, author of Forgiveness: The Greatest Healer of All
"Every Day God is a book that opens the heart as it feeds the soul. It inspires each of us to look within ourselves for the God we thought was out there somewhere. David and Takeko Hose introduce us to a God who has always been with us, will always be for us, and is available to speak to us—every day." —Paul Sibcy, author of Healing Your Rift with God
"At the very heart of all our human relationships is a search for genuine love. It is this theme that expresses itself in Every Day God. Whatever name you may give the voice expressed herein, this book is worth the read, and certainly worth our reflection." —Dr. John Gray, PhD, author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
"Once again, a deeply personal tragedy has somehow paved the way—given birth to a gift for all Humanity. Let your soul feast on the love and comforting wisdom found in David and Takeko's compelling book." —Patrice Karst, author of God Made Easy