Sowing & Reaping A Fearless Heart: Convicted Not Condemned

Sowing & Reaping A Fearless Heart: Convicted Not Condemned

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"Sowing & Reaping a Fearless Heart - Convicted not Condemned" is the true story of one man’s spiritual journey through life.  His journey begins in a dysfunctional household as a child with an alcoholic policeman father, a tolerant mother and a brutal older brother, and takes him through 3 failed marriages, one son and 8 years in the Marine Corps.  While in the Marines, he gave his life to Jesus Christ.  However, helicopter crashes and shark infested waters left him plagued with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and he resorted to self medication with drugs and alcohol.  This lifestyle eventually landed him in jail and 27 months of prison.

He finds his roots in his father’s childhood home of Winnsboro, SC, and begins seeking restoration from family that he’s let down over and over.  On a walk home from shopping, he’s shot in the head and left for dead.  This experience causes him to realize he needs Jesus more than ever and he cries out to GOD in surrender — then finds more than he imagined.  GOD heals him, restores him, and moves him to go on a mission to Swaziland in Southern Africa.  He meets a kindred spirit online, a published author and high school teacher who goes on missions to Ghana, West Africa annually.  Soon, they are engaged and he is ordained as a Minister.  Together they  form Waters Edge Ministries, planting home based mini churches and coordinating missions to Africa.  An exciting journey that will  provide hope for those who dare to turn it's pages.  Foreword by Ralph Moore, founder of the Hope Chapel movement.


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ISBN-13: 9781467078399
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 05/18/2006
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

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