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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2017|
Kabul 24: The Story of a Taliban Kidnapping and Unwavering Faith in the Face of True TerrorBen Pearson, Henry O. ArnoldThomas Nelson / 2009 / Trade Paperback$3.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 16 Reviews
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Standing in the Fire: Courageous Christians Living in Frightening TimesTom Doyle, Greg WebsterThomas Nelson / 2017 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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"Am I About to Die?"
On December 5, 2012, American medical doctor Dilip Joseph and two colleagues are driving back to Kabul, Afghanistan, after serving villagers that morning at a rural clinic. Suddenly a man waving an AK-47 blocks their path. More armed men jump out of hiding. For Dilip, it is the beginning of a nightmarehes being kidnapped by the Taliban.
Dilip and his friends endure a nine-hour march into the mountains, gruesome images of torture and death, and repeated threats of execution. Four days later Dilip is freed in a daring and deadly rescue that claims the life of a SEAL Team Six operator. Yet this is more than a story of desperation, survival, and loss. It is also a tale of surprising connection, compassion, and inspiration. As Dilip begins to view the Taliban not as monsters but as men, both he and his captors are challenged to reexamine everything that matters: courage, sacrifice, hope, and faith.
With a jerk of his rifle, the leader points up the mountain on the left. There is no path. I look higher and see more armed men at the top of a hill about two hundred feet above us.
Apprehension surges up in me like black oil from a well. These arent ordinary robbers. This is too systematic.
Ive been kidnapped by the Taliban.
As we walk, I fear the worstthat when we reach the top, they will shoot us. God, however this is going to end, please dont let them torture me to death. Let it be one shot and done.
It is amazing how quickly everything we take for granted can be ripped away. In the space of a few minutes, I have lost all control of my life. All I can do is take a step, draw a breath, and hope I will be given the chance for another.
Kidnapped by the Taliban is a story of both terror and triumph. After reading this dramatic and inspiring account, you will never view Afghanistan or the Taliban in the same way again.
James (Jim) Lund is an award-winning collaborator, editor, and author. He has worked with bestselling authors, public figures, and ministry leaders including Max Lucado, Jim Daly, Randy Alcorn, Dr. James & Shirley Dobson, Dennis & Barbara Rainey, George Foreman, Tim Brown, Kathy Ireland, Jim Caviezel, Kim Meeder, Steve Farrar, and Shaunti Feldhahn. Three have earned the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Gold Medallion Award.
Doc4 Stars Out Of 5Kidnapped by the TalibanJanuary 5, 2015DocQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Very good book.
Interesting and, at times, poignant. Also tragic and sad story.
Worth a read.