Journey of Faith by Anthony Anei Majok

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Seven-year-old Anthony Majok was torn from his happy African village and began running for his life, due to ongoing civil war, sparked by religious and political strife. The Christian Majok family, along with many others, refused to take up the Islam faith. Over the next 17 years, Majok and thousands of lost boys and girls of Sudan battled well-armed soldiers, vicious animals, hunger and disease as they fled across the continent. Set in South Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya and, finally, the United States, it is Majok's unwavering faith that helps him withstand devastating hardship. Journey of Faith conveys not only Majok's moving personal story, it illuminates the reasons for decades of war in Sudan.

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Anthony Anei Majok is one of the "Lost Boys of Sudan" who has been granted a chance of living in the United States. He fled his country Sudan at tender age of seven as a result of Civil War in the region. He now lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with his wife Nancy Akech Abur and his daughter Aker Anei. He is presently employed at Furniture land south. He earned an Associates Degree of general studies of art at Guilford Technical Community College. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems at Strayer University.
Published July 25, 2011 by Trafford Publishing. 140 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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