Published: October 1, 2016.
Nonfiction » History » Africa
This piece for people who feel abandoned and those that thought they are suffering alone and in vain. The Good Master’s reward can never be compared with whatever you are passing through now. Be encouraged.
And to the youth who cannot differentiate between right and wrong between poverty and laziness to see and wake up from the slumber. The journey is too far. I implore you, wake up an
Coming to America: A Journey of Faith is Dr.Tangumonkem’s true story of wrestling with fear and doubts. God called him to America from Cameroon to pursue graduate studies at the University of Texas at Dallas, but he had no money to put towards this dream. In this book he shares his journey of learning to trust God as he stepped out in faith and embarked on a Journey of Faith to America.
This is book is a cameo of Len Hobson’s memories of growing up in the 1930s, the early days of farming in the Karoo, his youthful exploits, his exposure to the poverty of the poor whites at that time and his grief at losing his sibling and later, two of his wives. Len Hobson is a humble soul who has never lost touch with the simple side of life. He is a down-toearth man of the soil.
Here is an idiosyncratic view of one of South Africa’s loveliest districts. History is certainly revealed, but the book is much more than dry-as-dust fact and chronologies. The mountains and valleys and abundant vegetation of the northern Drakensberg have inspired many people. Their stories enliven almost every page.