Listen to the Children is a gripping story of ministry and outreach tangling with global politics and greed. From the sleepy town of Cumberland, Maryland, to the savannah of Africa, a righteous group has formed around the task of feeding the hungry in a war-torn country against decided odds. John Pearson Jr. is charismatic leader of the outreach ministries that bring together a group that includes Ruth, the soft-spoken advocate for righteousness, Cal, her intrepid pilot husband who maintains a steady source of supplies to the starving people, Marilyn, a reporter whose ministry is getting the word out to Ava, her editor back in Maryland. Through it all, the two very different strangers make themselves known--one with warm, strong, and rough hands and a surprisingly gentle grip and one who evokes an entirely different response do battle over the hearts and mind of this band of twelve. As Ruth tells The Team, “…the last time twelve people set out to change the world, they did a pretty fair job!”
Our Gay Son is a moving account of the struggle of a Christian father to uncover the truth about homosexuality following the discovery that his younger son was gay. This son, along with all other gay people, was accused and condemned in the courts of most branches of Christianity, without a fair trial. David Robert-John begins his quest by first seeking healing for his stricken son. As events unfold, however, his journey takes unexpected turns and the validity of the case against gay people is called into question along with the legitimacy of his own beliefs. David’s wife and son then add their own revealing insights. This will be a rewarding reading experience for anyone who is struggling (or who has ever struggled) to come to terms with having a “different” sexuality, and it can be read with equal profit by those most closely associated with them, particularly parents.
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