David K. Egbert’s Newly Released “Our Family Amputation” is a Soul-stirring Memoir of a Man Whose Sunny Disposition Survived the Odds in the Wake of Tragedy

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“Our Family Amputation: Stories of David K. Egbert and his family. Possibly the happiest amputee you may ever meet” from Christian Faith Publishing author David K. Egbert is a compelling autobiography of a man born and raised in a potato farm in Southeastern Idaho who overcame a host of near-death tragedies both in childhood and later in life, ultimately surviving with one leg but with a spirit enriched with gratitude.

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“Our Family Amputation: Stories of David K. Egbert and his family. Possibly the happiest amputee you may ever meet.”: an inspiring autobiography of an unquenchable spirit. “Our Family Amputation” is the creation of published author David K. Egbert, a family man and conqueror of dreams through Christ.

Egbert writes, “The purpose of this book is to engender consideration toward the heavens and understand, individually, the influence and presence of God the Father and His Son, Jesus the Christ and our Savior, in all the lives of the inhabitants of this earth, past, present, and future. It is to Them we give praise and glory as they alleviate our pain and suffering and elevate us from these chasms and raise us to the mountaintops. In addition, we acknowledge all the persons in our lives that carry us and relieve our burdens when needed. In this book, I describe the influence of family, friends, neighbors, associates, and even the persons on the other side of the world who are praying for peace and safety to reign upon all humankind.

Our Heavenly Father and our Savior know every single person as we were, as we are, and as we will be. They know every person’s level of faith and trials and desire us to take upon ourselves His yoke, as it is easy.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, David K. Egbert’s new book is an eye-opening reminder to how decisions in life, especially regarding one’s faith, makes all the difference, with far-flung consequences reaching through personal safety to lifetime accomplishments and eternal salvation.

Egbert generously shares the painful details with such a brilliance of insight and humor that the reader cannot help but already feel strengthened for the inevitable storms of life and seemingly insurmountable ravines in the path before them.

Author’s objectives for writing the book:
1.    Since every person you know, has something you know nothing about…may this book inspire all of us to identify a manner we can encourage, support and care for another person, as was done for me by great friends like the Himstreet family. Many times, others are engrossed in a battle for their lives and we can sustain them during painful and unrelenting predicaments.
2.    Additionally, may you all endure your trials well and overcome them better than I did mine.
3.    Finally, to engender increased acknowledgement toward the heavens and heighten your relationships with God the Father, and His Son, Jesus of Nazareth, the Savior of the world. Using an inference from the speech by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in 1978 at the Harvard commencement, let’s have courage and refrain from becoming a despiritualized society and avoid conditions of strict anthropocentric tendencies.

Motto or Creed:
“Determined to make life an adventure, while striving to be younger each year”

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