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Author Jerry Crane takes readers on an absolute spiritual adventure as he shares a compilation of the many talks he gave throughout his lifetime in Harvesting for Eternity: A Common Man With An Uncommon Faith. In between the covers of this book, readers will find enlightening and reflective messages that will renew their faith and strengthen their relationship with God.
In this book, readers will discover that through the years, the author dedicated himself to sharing God's message of love with individuals, churches and communities, and also with key leaders and people of the Christian, Jewish, and Muslim faiths in the Holy Land, planting seeds of hope and faith in every field and heart God put in his path. This book contains the talks he gave at churches, community events, prison retreats, weddings, and funerals.
The author's conversational style, personal reflections, humor, and deep insight into scripture make for enlightening and enjoyable reading. It will help readers to think about God in their life during times of trial and tragedy, success and happiness, hopes and dreams.
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About the Author
Jerry Crane was a farmer in Central Illinois. He and his wife, Vicki, had four children: Todd, Tim, Tonya, and Tasha. Many years ago, he attended a weekend retreat called Kogudus - a retreat about faith and life. Following the retreat, he was so inspired that he became involved in many similar retreats in Illinois and 10 other states, and traveled to the country of Estonia to help lead a retreat there. In addition, Crane was dedicated to reaching out to people in prison and led retreats in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Montana. He and Vicki also traveled to the Holy Land with the Ghandi Peace Delegation in 2004. He died in 2006 at the age of 64.
Harvesting for Eternity * by Jerry Crane
A Common Man With An Uncommon Faith
Publication Date: September 12, 2009
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