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Kate Montaung watched "home" slip away again and again--through her parents' divorce, a foreclosure, two international moves, ten rental homes in ten years, and her mother's terminal battler with cancer. Add in the challenge of a cross-cultural marriage, and Kate was constantly adapting to a new environment. When home is supposed to be synonymous with love and comfort and safety, unpredictable and unwelcome life events--even the chosen but challenging ones--can shake you to your core.
Journey with Kate to two continents--North America and Africa--as she faces one of life's great mysteries: no matter where we go or what we do, this world is not our home.
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Discovery House
|Publication Date: 2018|
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A Place to Land is a globe-spanning memoir that wrestles with the question, "Where is my home?" Kate Motaung watched "home" slip away again and againthrough her parents divorce, a foreclosure, two international moves, ten rental homes in ten years, and her mothers terminal battle with cancer. Add in the challenge of a cross-cultural marriage, and Kate was constantly adapting to a new environment. Through her experiences, youll realizeas she didthat no matter where we go or what we do, this world is not our home.