Marti Anderson -ow do you find your way when you feel lost? When you are uprooted from the place and people who gave your life security and meaning? When divorce shatters your hopes and dreams? Finding My Tribe is a deeply personal memoir of an adventurous, God-focused woman who overcame these and many other obstacles in pursuit of her life calling. Her honest recounting of struggles, failures, hurts and the relentless grace of God gives hope to all who feel lost when life circumstances knock them off the path of their dreams. This book is about finding purpose and contentment in all the peoples or tribes God may place you.
|Author Bio:||Marti Anderson grew up as a missionary kid among the Dani tribe of Papua New Guinea, and her career as a nurse, pastor's wife, professor and missionary has launched her into more than 25 nations. She graduated with a Masters in Theology from Fuller Seminary and Doctor of Ministry degree from Oral Roberts University. She has taught at Kings Seminary, Pikes Peak Community College and at Youth with a Mission training centers in Asia, Africa, and Europe. Her passion is to release students into their God-given callings. She and her husband Larry reside in Colorado Springs, and delight in spending time with their nine grandchildren.
|Genre:||Religion: Christian Ministry - Missions|
|Book Size:||6 X 9|
This product was revised in our catalog on Monday 14 September, 2015.