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The Accidental Missionary: A Gringo’s Love Affair With Peru by David L Winters

Trust God And Smile

The Accidental Missionary: A Gringo’s Love Affair With Peru by David L Winters is the true account of the missionary life of David Bredeman and his family. For seventeen years they faithfully served in Peru after David Bredeman was called to go there. “God’s calling on my life grew stronger every day.” It is always important to have ears that listen and a heart that obeys God. “Jesus opened my eyes and my heart.”

In Lima David Bredeman found his life partner as she was part of the Bible school. After marriage they spent a few years in America before returning to Peru with their young family.

Living in Peru the Bredemans faced challenges of climate, culture and terrorists but “God’s spirit sustains us as we minister.”

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Taking God To Work by Steve Reynolds and David L Winters

What Will You Do To Take God To Work With You?

Taking God To Work by Steve Reynolds and David L Winters is a powerful book full of godly advice, scripture, practical examples and life lessons for us all to learn as we negotiate the world of work.

Work is nothing new, it’s been around since Adam and Eve. The idea of taking God to work will help us in our daily challenges. If we fix our eyes on Him and apply His Biblical principles, we can achieve a work/life balance that will glorify Him.

The authors identify challenges and pitfalls in our work lives. They offer solutions to problems, backed up with scripture. At the end of each section there are personal testimonies, questions and prayers. These are designed for internal examination, in the aim of becoming the best worker we can be and for us to get the best out of our jobs.

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Driver Confessional by David L Winters

Politics, Espionage And Intrigue

Driver Confessional by David L Winters is a Christian contemporary political thriller. The reader is treated to international politics, espionage, intrigue and murder… and all the while trying to guess why? A cracking read.

God is at the heart of the novel. God directs hearts and minds. Following God’s promptings is the best way to live life. Treating everyone you meet as the opportunity to have an appointment with God can sometimes bring more than expected.

When daily life clashes with international politics, the action really hots up. Taxi driver turned amateur sleuth certainly makes for a bumpy ride.

Family is important, as are friends.

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