The Life Journey of a Missionary's Son

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Balboa Press, May 1, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 182 pages
This book covers a large variety of subjects, ranging from personal stories, to anecdotes of eight American presidents, to the investigation of the death of four NASA astronauts, to an encounter with a Russian Prime Minister, to inspirational subjects, to exploring why we are on this planet. There are inspiring discussions of God's existence, dreams that forecast the future, stories of a haunted house, prayers that are answered, how we fit in the universe, a chapter on addictions, and much, much more.

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About the author (2012)

Albert Barnes is the son of missionaries, born in Argentina, who has lived through an amazing journey that includes involvement in a national defense program, where he had control of his own air force, worked in support of our nation’s space moon program, and has had numerous and unusual spiritual experiences. For twenty-six years, he worked as a project engineer. During the second part of his life, he developed skills as a salesman and as an entrepreneur. This latter phase lasted for over thirty-five years to the present time. In his life story, he covers a large number of spiritual subjects, including: where we come from; proof of God’s existence; predestination and free will; the nature of sin and evil; dreams that foretell the future; and a discussion of Creation. He also describes in detail the life of his younger brother, who served as an interpreter for seven American presidents. He lives with his wife, Lovella, in Humble, Texas, just north of Houston. He graduated from Duke University in 1949 with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering. He has lived in eight states and Washington, DC.

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