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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 162839613X, Paperback)A must read book to be cherished and shared, regardless of one's spiritual life. Mary F. Polanco, Former Editor of the Jicarilla Chieftain, Dulce, New Mexico Thank you Reynard for your bravery and being a positive example for all of you have helped. Sherryl Vigil, Superintendent of the Jicarilla Agency, United States Department Of The interior A very powerful and moving autobiography from an Apache man who experienced firsthand what prayer can do no matter what challenges you may face. Tom Bee, Red Sea Ministries and Grammy Award Winner, Albuquerque, New Mexico Here, find the inspirational story touching the hearts and lives of thousands around the globe as it moves from the depths of a life overcome to one beautifully transformed by a simple but powerful faith in Jesus Christ. Born into a historic family of Apache Chireftains and leaders, Reynard Faber war mad Traditional Chief of the Jicarilla Apache Nation by tribal elders. Front Runner's spiritual conversion to Christianity bring with it challenges as well as empowerment. His complete devotion to Jesus Christ enables other to view Christianity from a new perspective and helps them discover how to humbly embrace a more powerful walk with God. Reynard Faber is the Honorary and Traditional Chief of the Jicacrilla Apache people and received his Bachelor's degree from Liberty University. Through his work with Samaritan's Purse he server and engages Native American peoples throughout North America. An avid student of the Bible, Reynard Faber has gleaned much from the mouth of God. By making application to his personal life he is able to draw the Spirit-filled concepts that make up the presentations he gives to the churches around the world designed to draw them to a deeper well of experience with Him. FrontRunner continues to live with his young son, Trevor on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation in Dulce, New Mexico.
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