Book: The Barista by Elijah G. Clark
|4 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Elijah G. Clarkabout this book: The Barista is a fast moving, spiritually inspirational story that will awaken the desire to understand life on a deeper level and leave the reader with answers to life's hardest questions. Through this story, the reader will gain an understanding of life and the present path in which they are on.
The text has been written to appeal to readers of all age groups. The narrative is character driven, focusing heavily on George and Emmanuel. The story examines themes of purpose, truth and understanding God's love. As the story unfolds, the nature and demeanor of George changes subtly, shifting with the knowledge he gains from Emmanuel's teachings. George battle's through past tragedies and Biblical confusions until he finally learns of what it means to truly believe in Christ.
The markets for The Barista are Christ believers and readers of the Christian genre. This book is better than others on the market, as it is true to the Biblical truth of God's word. It is a powerful story that will help many believers and non-believers understand God's direction. The book is educational in many aspects, so the reader is not only drawn into the story, but learns how to function through misguidance, struggle and overwhelming odds.
As a member of the United States Air Force, Elijah G Clark first heard the calling of God in his life. He was eventually led outside of the church to build a personal relationship with God through study, meditation and prayer. As a storyteller, Elijah is known for articulating his messages with fascinating truth and parables. His desire is to be used by God as an interpreter of His message.
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Elijah G Clark
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