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God Doesn't Need a Passport: But the Rest of Us Do!


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From Azerbaijan to Zaire, the author writes about people and places most have never heard of. In a series of travel vignettes that includes humor, pathos, information, and high drama, she shares the lives of those she met along the way. Along the way, is the over fifty countries she has been to, through, or lived in. What began strictly as travel, in the normal way one thinks of travel, shifted to include a journey of spiritual growth. God Doesn't Need A Passport: But The Rest Of Us Do is the result of this unexpected combination. From the joyous egg man in Azerbaijan, to a young man in the over heated school gymnasium in Botswana, she discovered that learning how to live in this world is half the fun and half the battle. She has laughed, cried, smelled, listened, touched, and walked with the people she writes about. All of the stories are true as lived by the author.

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iUniverse, Inc.
Travel : General
Turner, Mary
Travel : United States - General
Religion : General
Publication Date:
November 2007

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Religion » Comparative Religion » General
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