Shirley’s dad exemplified rich faith and a zest for life. Whether a hobo riding atop freight trains in the Great Depression, or growing beans for the needy at his Garden of Weedin’ acreage, or donating most of his Social Security checks for God’s kingdom, this humble man kept the fires of his love for God and people burning strong. When his eyesight left at age 100, Shirley, along with other loving family members, walked with him—all the way Home. This insightful, riveting account—including the awe-inspiring capstone—will give confidence for your own future, and for those you may be privileged to accompany on their final journey.
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Published February 22, 2011
Biographies & Memoirs.