- Glynn Young, Author of Dancing Priest, A Novel
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Enjoyed reading and hearing Dan's perspectives. Will be following up and blogging on his suggestions. Hope is a true gift from Jesus.Published 8 months ago by B. Bennett
Wow what a powerful book! Well written, heartfelt Christian book written by a Christian man!Published 9 months ago by Mack Bailey
Had some good recommendations of ways to reach out to others and describing the lives of those he met up with but just was not a must read to me.Published 11 months ago by Susan Blocker
Not one of my favorites but I could relate which made it worth reading to mePublished 11 months ago by Texgirl16
We westerners have no clue how others live. Our immediate world is so small. After reading The Unlikely Missionary, there is no way to go back to status quo.Published 12 months ago by JoAnn H.
Only a short trip but well written about the contrast in what we have and what it's like in Kenya and Uganda. All about micro investments in small businesses over there.Published 13 months ago by Junebug
Small book on a month long missionary trip to teach villagers and others about business. Interesting with a different slant than most. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Linda R
Loved this short read. It gave me a clear view of what Dan King experienced on his trip to Africa and showed me that I can make a difference in the hurting world by simply being... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Danielle Horne
Excellent read. I really enjoyed Dan sharing his experience as he traveled to Africa for the first time. Makes one reconsider their priorities.Published 16 months ago by Cindy