7 edition of Mondays in the Middle East found in the catalog.
November 2, 2006
by Xulon Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||124|
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Mondays in the Middle East - ePub. This is not only an easy book to read but is also very informative about some of the differences and similarities in cultures between the Middle East and the United States.
Cross has a wonderful attitude and shares many interesting stories about his life over seas. I have shared copies with those traveling abroad and entering the military/5(4). How wonderful to read about the good, fun people and lifestyle differences between the USA & MIDDLE EAST.
It is truly a joy to read beyond the war torn life of that area of the world. This delightful book gives us an opportunity to see the likeness of God's people in different cultures.
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The Middle East may be plagued with war, political turmoil, religious extremism, and egregious women’s rights violations, but it is also a place of beauty and hope. It is home to a group of people that are fighting for their freedom and heritage.
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