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By Kay D. Rizzo, Terry Lyndon Johnsson

ISBN: 9780812750089 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2012

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Better than Forrest Gump. More real than Gomer Pyle. Meet Terry Johnsson. “I stood in silence, looking at the flag-covered casket of our fortieth president, Ronald Reagan. I recalled that only a few years earlier I had stood in the same place as a presidential honor guard in the company of the vice president, congressmen, senators, and foreign dignitaries. I could not believe my life had already made a full circle. “As I pondered my presence amid such illustrious company, the irony of it struck me as never before. It seemed that only yesterday I was a little boy in the back of the classroom, wondering where God was, and thinking my second-grade life was over with because I could not read. “Since that time I have met every living president, and witnessed several inaugurations and two presidential funerals in the nation’s capital. Now, just credits away from receiving a doctoral degree, I sometimes think that I had not lived this life myself, I wouldn’t not believe it. “Perhaps you have wondered whether the power of God could work through someone like me, or maybe you know others in whom you see potential despite apparent weakness. My story is for them–and for you.”–Terry Johnsson The thrilling story of an unlikely member of the President’s honor guard who proved that all things are possible with God.

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Better than Forrest Gump. More real than Gomer Pyle. Meet Terry Johnsson. “I stood in silence, looking at the flag-covered casket of our fortieth president, Ronald Reagan. I recalled that only a few years earlier I had stood in the same place as a presidential honor guard in the company of the vice president, congressmen, senators, and foreign dignitaries. I could not believe my life had already made a full circle. “As I pondered my presence amid such illustrious company, the irony of it struck me as never before. It seemed that only yesterday I was a little boy in the back of the classroom, wondering where God was, and thinking my second-grade life was over with because I could not read. “Since that time I have met every living president, and witnessed several inaugurations and two presidential funerals in the nation’s capital. Now, just credits away from receiving a doctoral degree, I sometimes think that I had not lived this life myself, I wouldn’t not believe it. “Perhaps you have wondered whether the power of God could work through someone like me, or maybe you know others in whom you see potential despite apparent weakness. My story is for them–and for you.”–Terry Johnsson The thrilling story of an unlikely member of the President’s honor guard who proved that all things are possible with God.

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Kay D. Rizzo


Kay D. Rizzo shares her excitement for living God’s abundant life at conferences from Maine to Hawaii, Alaska to the Caribbean, and beyond. She delivers spiritual insights with a balance of humor, drama, and vulnerability that moves her audience from laughter to tears to conviction.

The Prodigal Daughter is Kay’s fiftieth published book. Her other books include I Will Die Free (endorsed by Amnesty International), On Wings of Praise, The Serenity Inn series, and Northern Lights. 

Kay met Richard, her college professor husband, in the school library at Atlantic Union College. Their fifty-one-year romance produced two daughters, two sons-in-law, and two grandsons. Mini-honeymoons to the coast, kicking back with the grandbabies, making music with family and friends, reading a good book, and traveling to faraway places are the Rizzo’ greatest loves.

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Terry Lyndon Johnsson


Terry Lyndon Johnsson

 
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Charlotte

A truly inspirational read

I recommend this for everyone who struggles with everyday life. It is a particularly good book for young people to read.