Four Thousand Miles to Faith

It's finally done! I have been working for a few months on a book titled Four Thousand Miles to Faith. I wrote about my experiences, some anecdotes, and the lessons I learned from spending two years as a full-time volunteer and ordained minister in Thailand.

The missionaries in my organization weren't allowed to ride motorcycles (safety reasons). As such, we either used public transportation or our mountain bikes. As I was leaving the stateside training center getting ready to leave for Thailand for the first time, one of our instructors told us his only regret was not buying a speedometer for his bike to know how many miles he rode in total. I bought one on my first day in Thailand. On my last day, I had ridden 3,722 miles (not including miles I rode on other bikes, when traveling, etc.).

4,000 Miles to Faith is about how living life with nothing to my name helped me to figure out who I was and who I could be. It's about learning what is really important in life. I'm so excited to share it with everyone! At the moment, all the chapters are written. We're going through proofreading and design. Printing should take place around late July or early August.

Still figuring out pricing and shipping. More details to come!