Divine Collision

Gash, Jim. Divine Collision: An African Boy, An American Lawyer, and Their Remarkable Battle for Freedom. Franklin, TN: Worthy Publishing. 2015.
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SUMMARY:
Owing his experience to the author of Love Does, Bob Goff, American lawyer Jim Gash felt moved to act upon the whispers of his heart. In a far away country, locked in a perilous jail for murders he did not commit, Henry could only hope and pray to God. As two unlikely men become allies in their determination to change the justice system in Uganda for hundreds of people, the chance meeting can only be referred to as a divine collision of the highest kind…

A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
Already a fan of the book, Love Does, this example of the tremendous outcome of loving others is exemplary. Not being able to ignore that tug on his heart, author and lawyer Jim Gash changed the world for literally hundreds of people…that is powerful stuff. Written in such a way that elicits strong emotional feelings, this book also reads like a thriller full of suspense, beauty and results. Ideal as a major film, sermon series or perhaps even the basis for a Bible study, readers will realize the difference that can be made in lives by actions. I absolutely recommend this book.

“Saving one person may not change the world, but for that one person, the world will change forever.”

RATING:
5 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of Divine Collision from Worthy Publishing for my honest review*

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2 thoughts on “Divine Collision

  1. I was interested to read your review of this book. I really wanted to read it, but missed my chance to review it due to a scheduling snafu. Anyway, so glad you got to read and review it! Maybe I will be able to read it soon. It’s always good when good things come from unexpected people.

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