An Ethiopian Odyssey

A return to the past to discover my destiny
  • Published: January 2008
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 292
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781434357045
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 July 1997:  Annette Allen was suicidal.  A large business loan meant the loss of her lovely home, devastating the family.  The pills bought, the date set, she cried herself to sleep hoping Rob, her husband and young son, James, would soon forget her. Then a strange dream appeared, which would transform her life.

 

Dreams had always been the way God spoke to her, since Annette was little.  But now it was time to honour the forgotten covenant she’d made two years earlier.  In April 2000, another dream showed the path: she must return to her childhood home in Ethiopia, to help provide water.  This time Annette was ready for the magical quest, prepared to risk everything and willing to wait for the signs.  But would others believe the dream?

 

 At a time of great fear, where religion is condemned and so many faithful have lost trust in a loving God, can showing compassion to others bring you closer to Him, and reveal how interconnected we are? 

 

 

 

 “Thank you for sharing your dream with me.  I read about it with great interest and wish you well with ‘An Ethiopian Odyssey’.”

            Desmond Tutu, Anglican Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town

 

“I very much admire your determination and commitment to the cause of poverty reduction.  I hope that others are inspired by reading about your experiences.”

Gordon Brown, British Prime Minister

 

"This is a moving story that carries with it an important message to humanity. I wish you well in your efforts to bring clean water to Ethiopia."

Dr. Yusuf Islam, (formerly Cat Stevens),  Musician

 

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