This book chronicles a journey of an American Businessman to East Africa. It is a passionate story of a bond developed with people who posses few material things—but radiate a stunning spiritual richness in their faith relationship to God. It is a powerful story of self discovery, personal awareness, and perspective changes as the author encounters people with vastly different resources and priorities. It is an exciting story told through the journal, photographs, and poetry of Ward Brehm.
About the author:
Ward Brehm is a Twin Cities entrepreneur, leader in African humanitarian efforts, and nationally-known public speaker and commentator on relief and development in Africa. He was awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal for his work in Africa by President George W. Bush in 2008. Recently retired, Ward is now a full-time humanitarian. He and his wife, Kris, live in Wayzata, Minnesota.
Title: Life Through a Different Lens
Subtitle: Reflections and Lessons from the Horn of Africa
Author: Ward Brehm
Pages: 126 pages perfect bound
Size: 11 x 9
Publication date: October 1, 2003