The Paths of My Life: A Christian's Journey
Martin Dornan was born at Mercy Hospital on the south side of Chicago. His parents sent him and his older siblings to church, never attending themselves, except that his Mom started attending in her late 60’s. He attended Chicago’s Ashland Christian Church in his younger years, taking a break from church during his teen years, attending sporadically until late in his nine-year military career, where his older brother introduced him to Mr. Herbert Armstrong and the Worldwide Church of God. He remained a member of this church over 30 years, most of that during extreme legalism, and through the time it had a major doctrinal change to Christ-centered worship. He’s now been a member of Mesa First Church of the Nazarene for two years. Pastor Ira Brown and the congregation are very warm and loving. It’s Martin’s second home. His two favorite hymns are, “Oh, How I Love Jesus,” and “To God be the Glory.” He presently lives in Mesa, Arizona, and his daily goal is to live according to God’s will and follow His path.
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CHAPTER EIGHT In Between Single
CHAPTER NINE A 2nd MarriageAlmost 25 Years
CHAPTER TEN Our Friends in Ghana
CHAPTER ELEVEN Religion Living Christianity
CHAPTER TWELVE My Best Friend Don
CHAPTER THIRTEEN Single Again
CHAPTER FOURTEEN Retirement Ups Downs
CHAPTER SEVEN The Ups Downs of Military Life
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