Dare to Stand Alone

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Autumn House Publishing, 2008 - Fiction - 128 pages
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"Sir, when the regulations of my country clash with the laws of my God, I must obey my God," Ivan declared.

The general studied Ivan's face seriously. "Does that include the regulations of your army?"

Religion was suppressed. Christians were forced to practice their faith secretly. Yet one teenage boy found the courage to stand up and speak boldly about his God. Not just to his friends or in a private church meetingbut on a military base. In front of nearly 3,000 enlisted men . . . and one colonel.

Foolish? Maybe. Risky? Definitely. But Ivan Gumenyuk had determined to follow God's calling, and right then God was calling him to be a missionary in the Soviet army. Like Daniel of old, Ivan faced trials that tested his faith to the limits. And, like Daniel, Ivan accomplished incredible things for God.

 

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Awesome! Pretty strong story ! I would never think it is possible to achieve things Ivan did. It was blessing for me to read this book

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Thank God for impressing this person to write this book. This is a very good book. Everyone, young and old need to read this story, it will lift up and encourage people.
May God bless you.

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Contents

I
9
II
14
III
17
IV
22
V
27
VI
31
VII
35
VIII
40
XVI
75
XVII
80
XVIII
84
XIX
89
XX
93
XXI
97
XXII
101
XXIII
106

IX
44
X
48
XI
52
XII
56
XIII
61
XIV
65
XV
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XXIV
112
XXV
117
XXVI
121
XXVII
126
XXVIII
128
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Bradley Booth has taught in Adventist schools in the United States, West Africa, and Russia, and is currently working as a marketing consultant and principal at the Worthington Adventist Academy campus in Worthington, Ohio. He enjoys sports of all kinds, writing, and singing with ONE VOICE, a mens a cappella evangelistic group. His mission in life is to help young people to experience Jesus fully.

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