LIFE, CHANGE And ETERNITY
“I’ve just made one of the most difficult decisions in my twenty-something years. It could be the worst, could as well be the best. Where do I go from here? But all I can say is, my life will never be the same again”—John Mark Ofori, character in the script. Life, Change, and Eternity is a story about how difficult it has become for humans, a society, or a person to move away from a particular way of life—mostly because they are familiar with their environment and are not motivated in any way to change practices. Change is a difficult decision to make—whether for good or bad. In the pages of this book, the writer portrays how important it is for a society or a person to embrace change and the consequences thereof. The foundation of the theme is seeded on two parallel events: a country facing an imminent presidential and parliamentary elections and a pastor’s son who is struggling to answer an alter call. Life, Change, and Eternity, read on . . .
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