Description - Tracing His Foot Prints to Montego Bay by Errol Myers
Tracing his foot prints to Montego Bay. Each one of us has given a talent and a date with destiny, a date with God. He has carried us to a point of reference in our lives, gently placing us down, and then gave us our space. Now and then he whispers, "This is the way walk there in." God certainly have a sense of humor. Yes Mon! He searches out and placed four Caribbean Nationals who are University Students on this Paradise Island of Jamaica and said, "Study to show your selves approved, enjoy the white sand beaches, the waterfalls the nature walks through the Blue Mountain and Safari trails, and enjoy the company of its people and their culture." The only caution was, to give Him God the glory and testify of his goodness. God saw their sincerity and left them a traceable marker that would later confirmed through his spoken word, the Powerful, "Mother of all Sermons." Their testimony did bear fruit, changed lives. Now, God will be waiting for your response. If you must drive after start reading this book, assigned a designated driver. At home? Turn off the Cell phone, iPod, Television. Better still; feed your wife, or husband, and kids. The Author will not be responsible for a crying unfed household. Warning, this book is addictive. Errol Myers is married and has three children. He is a graduate from Holmwood Technical High; and The University of Technology Jamaica.W.I He has worked in the Engineering Department as a Supervisor and Quality Control Source Inspector for two main Air Craft Manufacturing Sub - Contractors in the United States. He was instrumental in implementing and developing for his employer a Training Manual for Engineer Technicians in Calibrating Tools and Gages to Military Standards.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(152mm x 229mm x 16mm)
Publisher: Xulon Press
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