God Loves Africa the Most by Andrea Myers

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When Andrea was given the once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to Africa and work with children, she was excited to finally get her chance to matter. Open-minded and not knowing what to expect, Andrea lived in the town of Hohoe, Ghana for six weeks. Spending mornings working in a pre-school and weekends traveling, she soon learned that people of Africa didnt need her. She needed them. Help, Thanks, Wow. Anne Lamott.

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From Africa with Love. This book was written to expose the suffering, pain, and devastation the African people are This book was written to expose the suffering, pain, and devastation the African people are subjected to by their political leaders, who were elected to office under questionable circumstances and by a rigged election and who subjects the people to God's Holy Breath. The Gbaya people who live in central Africa believe that life is breath that is The Gbaya people who live in central Africa believe that life is breath that is given by God's Holy Breath.

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