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After serving his country and earning a philosophy degree, an Iraq war veteran struggles to support his family in recessionary America, pushing him closer and closer to the brink of suicide, when a murdered girl, cancer and a nursing home miracle come together as a message of hope. With a wife and two children to support, Mike Gilbacher ventures into the work world only to find disappointment as a low-paying convenience store clerk. Then, an opportunity at a nursing home arises, but things get worse as he witnesses the neglect and endures the constant stress of dealing with dying people. Mike’s frustration builds until he becomes hopeless, thinking he has found his only answer in a bottle of pills. Can his life be saved and faith restored?
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An American Gospel based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I really enjoyed this ebook. It is written in a sparse style that is easily accessible and the use of the blog entries among the narrative add humor to what is in fact a tough account of one man trying to find his way in a corrupt and unfair world.