"... give God back his freedom. He's been hostage to our bigotries too long." About the author The Attack is written by Yasmina Khadra, the pen name of Mohammed Moulessehoul. Yasmina is from Algeria and was an officer in the Algerian army. He used his wife’s name as a pen name for the sake of staying alive and so he can continue to write his books. It is said that he didn’t come out of hiding until 2001 after he left the army.
Hi friends, I am doing thing. The thing is, I will be reading books from every country in Africa in the next 2 years, hopefully I finish this challenge sooner. What do I mean by “from?” This means I will be reading books by African authors specifically from that country, OR books about that country. [...]
Choosing God in the middle of the storm is dancing on disappointment. Choosing to worship in the lowest of valleys is dancing on disappointment. When you say, “God I don’t know what the heck You're doing and I am struggling to trust you, I am fighting to believe that You are infinite goodness in this fire, but with the little ounce of faith I have, I’m going to place it in You.” that is dancing on disappointment