Saturday, 26 February 2011

Passport Through Darkness


Kimberly Smith was an average American churchgoer, wife, and mother - until she dared to asked God His dreams for her life. Traveling around the world and deep into the darkness of her own heart, Kimberly's worst fears collided with her faith as she and her family discovered the atrocities of human trafficking. But it was in that broken place that a self-centred life was transformed into an international effort to save thousands from modern-day slavery, persecution, disease, and genocide.

Through painful trials, serious errors, and gut-wrenching fear, Kimberly reminds us of what God will do when one person puts her life on the line for His purpose. Along the way, she inspires you to discover your own story - to live your purpose and feel God's pleasure. Here you will find courage to live the life God dreamed of when he first dreamed of you.


"I dare you to read this book! You will be wrecked by God's call, humanity's cry, and a subsequent move to action. The honesty and gravity of this book will bring personal healing, compassion, and a calibration of heart. This book has become recommended reading for our students and workers in the nation" Riaan Heyns

"A literary treasure ... this book will shock and intrigue you and open your eyes to consider more couragous avenues in serving God and suffering humankind than ever before." Linda C. Fuller

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