Confessions of an African Christian

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If you are reading this blurb because you are looking for salacious scandals or rants against God and the church, sorry to disappoint you but this book doesn’t have what you are looking for.

But if you are interested in reading about an odd encounter with a prophet, a child led rebellion, quite a number of self deprecating revelations, some honest self-assessment and embarrassing situations experienced by a young woman in her journey to get closer to God, and understand better what it means to be a Christian, this might just be the book for you.

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Weight 0.400 kg

Nana Ama Buckman

Nana Ama Buckman wanted to be a doctor, housewife, lawyer and psychologist before she realised she wanted to be a writer & publisher.

She has been a ‘serious Christian’ for about ten years and has found the whole experience life changing, exciting, scary and sometimes confusing. She shares some of her experiences in her first adult book, Confessions of an African Christian.

She is also the author of a series for children, The Adventure of Naughty Kofi. She lives in Accra, Ghana.

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