More God: Seeing the Blessings through the Pain
Nate was not expected to live, and even if he did survive, the doctors said he would never walk, talk, or communicate again.
On June 3rd, 2007, right after competing in his first surfing contest, Nate Lytle sensed that surfing may have become a distraction in hearing from God. As he drove home that night, Nate made a commitment to God that he wouldn't surf for a whole year.
The next day Nate fell from the top of a ten foot ladder, shattering his skull and leaving him with a severe brain injury. Nate was not expected to live, and even if he did survive, the doctors said he would never walk, talk, or communicate again.
As word spread about Nate's condition, his surfing buddies urged one another on with the phrase "Pray for Nate"
More God tells the compelling story of how God brought back Nate from the brink of death and put him in the very unique position of speaking truth into the lives of those who cannot speak for themselves.