Tag Archives: Autobiography

My father’s gift: how one man’s purpose became a journey of hope and healing

Anyone interested in medical work and Christian biographies will find this book fascinating. The author has a dream of medical facilities in his home country and nothing deters his determination and trust in God that this will become an actuality.

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Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service

The book is an easy read, written in a very conversational tone as if the reader is listening to Sinise simply talk. He jumps around in time once in a while, but always offers time markers and, really, much of the chronology is less important than the stories he provides. The book is uplifting, showing a slice of America at its best.

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(Book review) Stranger No More: A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesus

Reviewed by: Elissa Harkness, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Stranger No More: A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesus Author: Annahita Parsan with Craig Borlase Publisher: Thomas Nelson Books Publication Date: November 14, 2017 Format: Print book Length: 270 Pages OVERVIEW This book follows the life of Annahita Parsan, a […]

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