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Between Two Rivers

by Jr. Smith, Ph.D. C. Brandt

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Do you ever wonder what life is really like for Iraqis living in Baghdad? Wonder no longer. Between Two Rivers released in May 2008 by Brandt Smith Publishing dispels the myths and brings readers face to face with the reality of life and death in a besieged city. Between Two Rivers will take you to Baghdad, Iraq. Your heart will be warmed, your faith strengthened, your hope renewed as you read the true heart-stirring short stories from the front lines. Allow yourself to be captured in the context of the story and sense the pain of each character. Read and you will travel there with the author.Dr. Johnny Hunt, Sr. Pastor, FBC Woodstock, GA. The author, C. Brandt Smith, Jr. along with his wife and daughter braved the danger and lived in the red zone of Baghdad for two of the bloodiest years on record. Their faith in Christ and commitment to serve the Iraqi people will encourage your walk with Jesus and challenge readers to say yes to a life of faith.

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