He is living what many would call a nightmare. John Weaver is serving God in a war-torn country that is being blamed for the terrorist acts on American soil. Despite the fact that every day is dangerous and possibly life-threatening, John Weaver believes he sees God at work in Afghanistan and he is optimistic about its spiritual future. Inside Afghanistan is the story of the Taliban and September 11, as only this servant of God can tell it. John Weaver was there as the last American aid worker in the hostile country he now calls home. He is witness to God's ability to use ordinary Christians in the U.S. to "spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a country that otherwise wouldn't have had the opportunity." This is John Weaver's riveting account of why he went and why he wouldn't leave.
|About the Contributor(s)|| John Weaver
John Weaver grew up in Northern Virginia and received a B.A. degree from Free Will Baptist Bible College in 1993, a Master's Degree in Inter-Cultural Studies from Columbia International University, and a TESOL (Teaching English as a Second Language) certificate from Trinity Thailand in 1999. He is currently serving as a Shelter Now International (USA)/Shelter For Life Field Team Leader for N.E. Afghanistan. Weaver's goal is to provide relief and development projects/programs that please God - to model love, excellence and service and improve the quality of life of the Afghans in Badakhshan/Takhar Provinces of N.E Afghanistan.
|Release Date||Sep 9, 2002|