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God Has No Blind Alleys chronicles an event that took place in author Ron Millson’s life when he was asked to establish a Christian camp with others. These were sincere people, and enthusiastic about the project. Upon leaving his work and being sent forth from his church to begin the work, he found that most camp enthusiasts had moved away. Soon the others would do the same, or become disinterested. He had entered into a life of faith to be able to help establish the camp. Now, he had no income to sustain his family; he could only trust the Lord from day to day. He, his wife and their two children were by themselves, with no visible support. He lost his sense of direction—except for the knowledge that he had done the right thing taking on this project. He began building a house for his family—and an unknown Christian arrived, helped him a bit and gave him a possible solution to his problem regarding the camp. Totally trusting in God for needed funds, machinery, help and encouragement, he began the daunting task of building the camp. This memoir shares the unforgettable challenge and effort faced by one man and his family as God brings them pathways of joy, pleasure and refreshment in seeing His will fulfilled in their lives.