Jay McLaughlin shares missionary experience in new book

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‘Taking the Mystery out of Missions’ offers practical advice, exciting stories for anyone called to mission work

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“My book will appeal to readers because it is highly exciting, informational, factual and reads like a Christian Indiana Jones-type of story,” McLaughlin says; “You will find it hard to put it down.”

Author Jay McLaughlin presents readers who feel called to the mission field with a compilation of information based on his 15 years of experience to help them learn what they need to know in the new bookTaking the Mystery out of Missions: How to Know if You Are Called” (published by WestBow Press).

“My book will appeal to readers because it is highly exciting, informational, factual and reads like a Christian Indiana Jones-type of story,” McLaughlin says; “You will find it hard to put it down.”

In the first part of the book, McLaughlin discusses the exciting part of his life as a missionary, revealing the many miracles, dangers, escapes, diseases, sadness, successes and failures he experienced. The second part of the book is loaded with helpful, practical and clear-cut information to help other missionaries achieve more success. It features information about paperwork, medical records, licensing and much more.

An excerpt from “Taking the Mystery out of Missions”:

“The guard sitting right behind me placed his gun against my head and said, that if I did not go on up, he would shoot me right then. I grabbed the barrel of his gun, and shoved it down into the seat, telling him to get out.”

“Taking the Mystery out of Missions”
By Jay McLaughlin
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 264 pages | ISBN 9781490863955
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 264 pages | ISBN 9781490863948
E-Book | 264 pages | ISBN 9781490863931
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Jay McLaughlin is a Calvary Chapel pastor and artist who served as senior pastor and director in Jinja, Uganda, and as Jinja district warden for the U.S. Embassy. McLaughlin and his wife, Sunny, established one of the larger missions in Uganda during their 15-plus years in Africa.

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