Rebel with a cause

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Thomas Nelson, Inc., Nov 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 314 pages
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From his rebellious motorcycle-riding, beer-drinking teenage years to his calling to social-medical missionary work, Franklin Graham, son of acclaimed evangelist Billy Graham, tells his life story with candor and wit. Filled with tales of interesting people and dramatic events, this book takes an up-close and personal look at Graham's heritage, ministry, life and heart.

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Franklin is an honest and simple writer. - Goodreads
Not great writing, but what a life! - Goodreads
I gained a lot of insight into Fraklin's life. - Goodreads
I like his no-nonsense and clear style of storytelling. - Goodreads
This guy has such a wonderful writing style as well. - Goodreads
It gave more and more insight to Samaritan's Purse. - Goodreads
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"Being the child of a well-known person brings a unique set of problems. Fame, however, hasn't much to do with the powerful message here. Franklin gives an honest account of how he overcame those problems. This is a book that every parent should read." -- Johnny Cash "Rebel With A Cause" written by Franklin Graham, son of Rev. Billy Graham and President of Samaritan's Purse. The book could have easily been entitled as the author did for its last chapter, "Finally Comfortable Being Graham." The author shared his struggles and his parents' godly wisdom and patience toward him....and in his own words, "I wrote this book about my life, not because I think there is anything particularly special about it, but because I wanted people to understand how God can use anyone's life to accomplish His purposes." 

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Contents

Big Footprints to Fill
1
Guns Dogs and Rock n Roll
15
The Rebel Goes North
31
Copyright

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