The Power of a Mother’s Prayer
By D. Ralph Young
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Published: May 2014
Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoir, Christian Living
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.); ebook; Kindle
Love and commitment never change, and neither does the power of prayer. This book offers inspiration to those who need encouragement in their current circumstances.
In The Power of a Mother’s Prayer: The Life Story of D. Ralph Young, you will laugh with Ralph as he tells the heart-felt stories he encountered during his lifetime, cry with him about the numerous sad events he endured, travel with him to the many corners of the globe, and finally sit back to a good read as he describes his many friends, relatives, and co-workers throughout his eighty plus years of living.
A real story of a rags to riches young man raised during the depression of the 1930’s in central Kentucky. Enlisting in the Navy at 17 and surviving 4 major battles in the Pacific Theater of WWII. Obtaining an engineering degree from the University of Kentucky and doing power projects all over the USA, Middleast, and Southeast Asia. During which, he assisted more than a 100 individuals in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Iran to further their education in the USA.
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