From the author of My Greatest Legacy comes a novel that tells about the sad reality we sometime live in our churches and how God uses other means to work in our lives. Here is a book that will bring hope to the reader.
This is the sad story of Angel, a young, special kid who did not know what smiling was. He was known for his long jacket that covered his hands and almost his feet. Up close, people recognized him because of his disfigured face and his funny way of speaking, caused by the nodules in his throat. He would not speak to or look at anyone. God, however, looked at Angel, and he spoke to him as well. Now, many years later, Angel tells about the sad incidents during his childhood and describes the people God used to work in his soul, to make vital changes in his spirit. Way too often we see religious phenomena that affect the soul, but that don't reach deep enough to get to the spirit. It may touch your emotions, but it does not make contact with the key force that can change lives. Through the pages of this book readers will identify with the circumstances in Angel's life and also learn and understand how God renews the spirit of each and every one of his children.
Author Biography: Desde su conversión a los doce años, el reverendo José Luis Navajo sintió una inmensa gratitud hacia Dios que se tradujo en un intenso deseo de servirle. Cursó estudios en el Seminario Evangélico Español, la Asociación de Formación Teológica Evangélica y la Escuela Bíblica Salem. Actualmente es pastor asociado, junto con Marcos Vidal, de la Iglesia Evangélica Salem en Madrid. También ejerce como profesor en el Seminario Bíblico de Fe y participa como comentarista en diversos programas radiales. Disfruta de la vida hogareña con su esposa Gene y sus hijas Querit y Miriam.