The Power of a Mother's Prayer by D. Ralph Young
The Life Story of D. Ralph Young

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My husband and I have been Ralph's friends for fifty-seven years and have watched him live the extraordinary life of the ordinary man that he has written about in this book. Ralph lived and worked internationally as an engineer and has friends all over the world who took part in some of these stories and are proud to be his friend. Ralph has influenced a large number of young people from Thailand for whom he was a mentor as he facilitated their educations in the United States. He is a proud family man who continues to travel, but is always home in the fall to harvest the fruits of his Kentucky apple orchard. This book is a good read! Settle down and enjoy the story of a remarkable man. Helen D. Hume Artist, art educator, and author Helen Hume is an artist, art educator, and author of nine books for art educators.

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Published May 13, 2014 by Tate Publishing. 300 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, War. Non-fiction

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Young includes family photos, letters and other documents to illustrate his story, giving it the feel of a family album.

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Though Young’s life has had much variety, it has had many constants as well—faith, love, family, and devotion to helping others—that will help readers identify with him.

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