Appropriately, I had substantial writer’s block about how to start this review.
A little review of a little book. Continue reading
Few things have been as important to me throughout my life as books.
When I was a kid, I loved the freedom and adventure of exploring a new book. I loved that a book could go with me to a favorite tree and take me to a faraway land, that it was small and portable but unlimited in scope, that we could get fresh air on a sunny afternoon or huddle under the covers to keep reading by flashlight.
Part of our training to be a missionary has involved reading. A lot of reading. We have a stack of books about 19 inches tall or so, plus online classes.
African Friends and Money Matters is a collection of 90 observations about cultural differences in practice and perspective between Africans and Westerners regarding social responsibility and the use of money and other resources.