Author: Kim Louise Clarke
Genre: Christian Living
In the midst of the 1980 economic collapse in Alberta, the author loses her job and asks herself, “What do I do now for the rest of my life?”
Her choice to attend Bible College takes her not only into the classroom but across the world to the mission fields of Thailand. It is there she discovers that God is not only King, but truly is the King of kings.
Follow the author’s devotional stories and insights, in The King of Kings and I, as she journeys through the cultures and sub-cultures of North America and Thailand.
Reviewer: Margaret Welwood
A shining story of love, faith, humility, and obedience.
Kim Clarke’s story offers much to those who enjoy an absorbing personal narrative, the opportunity to learn through the experiences of others, Scripture applications that are so woven in they flow right along with the story, pertinent quotes from well-known people, and even a hint of intrigue.
Who was the mystery woman who warned her not to stray too far? And surely it was Kim’s teachable spirit—demonstrated by her willingness to follow God-given advice—that kept her from becoming “not only proud and ignorant,” but also an “offensive, dehydrated, unimaginative writer who’d just been mugged.”
Join Kim on a journey of faith, hope, joy and humor. With just 139 pages it won’t take you long—unless, as I did, you re-read your favorite parts over and over!
Reviewer: Kandace Perry
The King of Kings and I is an honest reflection of Kim Louise Clarke's college missionary trip to Thailand.
Clarke beautifully weaves her personal experiences with the Thai people, Biblical references and the plans God has for us. She speaks of God's faithfulness and His provisions.
The King of Kings and I is an important reminder that God meets our needs where we are. When we are faithful to His Word and His Will, God promises to be with us every step of the way. It is so wonderful to be able to journey through life with our Lord and Saviour!
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