Rachel Jackson - Pete's Story

Pete's Story by Rachel Jackson

Tags: Biography and Autobiography, Book, Paperback, General Biography

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Genre: Biography and Autobiography
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 23149
Product Format: Book
ISBN: 1860245455
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Publisher: Authentic Media
Release Date: 08 Dec 2006

The inspiring story of teenager Pete Jackson who was murdered by cattle rustlers in Kenya whilst spending his gap year as an aid worker.

'Pete Jackson was a hero. Ordinary, but extraordinarily focused and committed to God. Here is a book for young people seeking heroes.'
Lynne Green, Director, YWAM

Pete Jackson was the youngest child in a missionary family, who struggled with separation, loneliness and boarding school before emerging as a vibrant young Christian man.

Through the letters he wrote home and later the journal he kept, we see Pete as a warm, godly and committed individual who, depite his youth, had a great influence on the people he came into contact with. His desire was to be a man of God and there is no doubt that this story will inspire other teenagers to become men and women of God too.

'I hope this book will encourage others, particularly other 19-year-olds, to have a similar desire.'
Evangelicals Now

Rachel Jackson is an ordinary mother of four, with an extraordinary God who skilfully led her and her husband, Julian, into teacher training, church and refugee work in Kenya.

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