Another Man’s War: The True Story of One Man’s Battle to Save Children in the Sudan
This was another recommended book. Sam Childer received the Mother Theresa Award for his work.
At the point, when I say this book is a “troublesome and moving read,” it’s not a result of the writing style or language used. The book is written in a self evident certainty, conversational way and it flows well.
No, the troublesome part is the topic: Massacres, wars, entire villages wiped out. Unimaginable atrocity running rampage.
Nothing is heard of these children from the Western perspective but they existed. This is a story of the innocent suffering the most as a result of war.
Sam Childers doesn’t holds back about his past as a street pharmacist, (drug dealer) a biker hooligan, and so forth. He adopts and employs indistinguishable strategy to his work as a Christian officer battling against the LRA in Southern Sudan, safeguarding kids that have been abused, mishandled and stranded by the rebellious volunteer army.
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, this is a savage story… children are placed in a terrifying spot. Childers begins helping rooftop a structure for philanthropy and ends up setting up a orphanage right int he center of a combat area. War Zone.
He discusses his stroll with God, his motivation … furthermore, the urgent requirement for reserving lives that are forgotten.
This book was the motivation for a similarly troublesome and rousing film, “Automatic rifle Preacher.” Both are energetically suggested.