"Living on the EDGE” is the saga of a man who redirected his energy and bravery from drug dealing and debauchery to serving God. A compelling, first person account by Sam Childers, AKA "The Machine Gun Preacher." Detailing His battle to HELP the orphan children of Eastern Africa. The book is a follow up to Sam's BEST SELLER - Another Mans War, which was made into a Hollywood movie, Machine Gun Preacher, starring Gerard Butler as Sam!
|Publisher:||Sam Childers/LRT Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
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Deeply Stirring Sam bears his very soul and heart in full. To express his triumphs and the ongoing true need for our help and support. He reveals his past, exposing his skeletons, so that you can see he is not hiding anything at all. Something that is not an easy task for anyone to do, but he is open and willing to hold nothing back from any closets, because he is following his true calling. He is fulfilling his destiny, as God himself has reached to him, to save and protect children. His pain from false promises and disappointments are revealed and are crushing, as he selflessly reaches with all he has – to raise funds to help to save the children of Africa. What one must remember is this book, is not a work of fiction. This is this man’s life. He is shedding his blood, sweat and tears every day trying to keep them safe, fed and protected. Struggling to give these children a chance at what most of us take for granted; a life. Countless sacrifices that he’s endured over years braving through the brutal war in Sudan to rescue the ones he could from being slaughtered, to bring them to a hopeful place of sanctuary, one that didn’t exist without him. The countless sacrifices that his family has also had to withstand, causing turmoil and distress to their lives, at the same time trying to support him. His very soul is constantly being torn and pulled to the ends of all limits as he explains. My greatest wish is that he achieves all of his goals for them, that we – great and small - are all able to somehow assist him so that he does.