HAPPY FIRST ANNIVERSARY!!!!!!: “Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant” thanks all of you!!!!!!
Today “Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant” celebrates its 1st anniversary of publication as well as the launching of this website. Each and everyone person who has in someway helped make a dream a reality has my undying thanks and appreciation for your support. We have had over 6,400 people visit this website from over 60 different countries. It has been an incredible undertaking trying to tell the world about our mission but very much worth the work and effort. The children of Liberia Mission Inc. and the incredible people of Liberia were my motivation in writing, “Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant.”Living with people who literally have very little or nothing in ways of material goods yet have so much in love and faith made an indelible mark on my heart and soul. Clarisa and I are honored and blessed to be a part of their lives. It has been an incredible first year and I have no doubt the second year will be even better as we continue to put out the message about the children of our mission. Please tell your family and friends about this website as well as our mission’s main website at http://www.franciscanworks.org. Franciscan Works is the parent organization that funds our mission in Africa and we want you to join our team and be a part of the incredible success we are seeing in Liberia. Everything Clarisa and I do is for the kids. They are so deserving of love and hope, as every child on our planet is.
We would be honored to have you LIKE our FACEBOOK page as well for “Memoirs of a Reluctant Servant.” If you haven’t purchased a copy yet please contact me through FACEBOOK for a signed copy. The book is $15 USD and if you live in the lower 48 I will pay postage. Additionally you can buy your copies on-line at AMAZON, Barnes & Noble, Trafford, Borders and other retailers.
A special debt of gratitude goes to my writing partner Barbara Pawlikowski who helped me edit, shape and SEE what writing a book really entailed. Her inspiration and support was the push I needed to get over the proverbial hump. An even bigger salute goes to all the wonderful children at Liberia Mission Inc. and my wife Clarisa for helping me see the very best in myself and believing in me when everything seemed to be going wrong. My love for them and Clarisa has no end!
Finally thanks to ALL OF YOU for an incredible first year and thank you for LOVING and CARING about the children of Liberia Mission Inc.!