No More Fear: From Killing Fields To Harvest Fields

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Life in a Cambodian jungle village was shattered by the Khmer Rouge Communist takeover. But God had his hand on a young boy there, before he even heard the name Jesus. Physa survived the killing field....was forced to become a Communist soldier...escaped across landmine-infested borders....took the identity of a dead man...adjusted to the confusions of American culture...and came to life-transforming faith in Jesus Christ, who revealed Himself to Physa in miracle after miracle. Rev.Chanmany's life experiences inspire readers to obedient devotion, achieving prayer, and a broader understanding of how God is working in our world today.

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During my youth in the 1960's and 70's I saw television and magazine pictures of teen-aged Vietnamese and Cambodian soldiers- small, tough, skinny, and lugging big rifles. I didn't imagine that one of those boys would someday be my friend and that I would write his story.

I thank God for the privilege of knowing this brother, of glimpsing the awesome hand of God's providence at work in his life, of helping him to tell his amazing story.

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Physa Chanmany, a Laotian-Cambodian naturalized citizen of the United States, is a Christian minister in California. A dynamic speaker, more of his bio is available on his webpage on the publisher's site.

Born in Colorado, I lived most of my life in California, moving from one town to another as a preacher's daughter. During college I married my high-school sweetheart, and we raised our children near the Redwoods. In midlife I returned to Colorado with my husband, where we enjoy hiking and observing wildlife in the Rocky Mountains, gardening and birding. Inner healing is a theme running through my writing, as I explore the depths of our relationships with - and need for - God, each other, and nature.

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