A minister for more than fifty years, Dr. John Click is a graduate of Baylor University (BA) and Southwestern (BD) and Midwestern Seminary (DMin.). For nearly twenty-eight years, he was the senior pastor of a six-thousand member congregation in Wichita, Kansas. Click’s career as a minister has also taken him to many parts of the world, where he participated in preaching and teaching missions. Including a fact-finding mission to Vietnam in 1968 sponsored jointly by the White House and the Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce. This trip later became the subject of his photojournalism article entitled "Vietnam Diary," published by the Houston Chronicle as a Sunday supplement. Among his numerous travels have been several trips to the Amazon, where he received inspiration for "The Last Tribe". His latest book "Keeper of the Spring" is schedule for release later this year. Dr. Click and his wife Rubye have two daughters, and divide their time between Wichita, Kansas, and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, where he serves as a volunteer teacher and preacher with the First Baptist Church.
He may be contacted through Bridges to Faith at firstname.lastname@example.org or my writing to Dr. John Click, 11725 W/ Alderny Ct., Unit 41, Wichita, Kansas, 67212.
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The Last Tribe
by John Click
In this apocalyptic spell-binder, a woman in the Amazon faces the threat of an evil brotherhood bent on rediscovering mans legendary paradise and then remaking it in their own image.
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