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Stranger No More A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesus
By Annahita Parsan with Craig Borlase
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 2/14 flakymn wrote: Stranger No More by Annahita Parsan with Crag Borlase was simply an incredible read. While it advertises being the story of a "Muslim refugee's story of escape, rescue, and coming to Christ," it was actually her story of intense physical and emotional abuse at the hand of her second husband, the loss ... WOW! WOW! WOW!
On 1/29 J Harder wrote: Born into a Muslim family in the country of Iran, Annahita Parson believed she was going to become a strong, courageous Persian woman like her mom had been. But after her first marriage tragically ends in her become a widow, she becomes trapped in a horrifically abusive marriage that causes her to question ... A moving biography: "Stranger No More" by Annahita Parsan
On 1/24 Mazzou wrote: Stranger No More: A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesusby Annahita Parsan, Craig Borlase Although I love to read, it is rare that I read a book in one sitting! This is such a book- I began it Sunday afternoon and read it straight ... Stranger No More by Annahita Parsan, Craig Borlase
On 1/24 English Lady wrote: "This isn't an easy or 'light' read simply because the author suffered so many tragic and painful experiences of domestic abuse, and even torture in prison. Ultimately though, its a story of victory and overcoming the odds, as Annahita finally chose not to allow her circumstances to destroy her, and ... Stranger No More by Annahita Parsan
On 1/23 Jay Mayo wrote: Stranger No More: A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesus by Annahita Parsan with Craig Borlase is a gripping and impactful personal memoir about Annahita's painful and risky journey to freedom spiritually, emotionally and physically. She draws you ... Amazing Page Turner!
On 1/16 gravelroadmusings wrote: with Craig BorlaseA Muslim refugee's story of harrowing escape, miraculous rescue, and the quiet call of JesusThis is an amazing, hold on to the edge of your seat story. Married, a mother, and widowed by 20 years old, Annahita remarries a cruel, brutal man. Then they are on the run for their lives, out ... Stranger no More by Annahita Parson
On 12/13 Debbie wrote: "Stranger No More" is the memoir of a woman who grew up as a not-very-devote Muslim in Iran. She married young only to lose her first, loving husband in an accident. She was left to raise her baby son alone, so she felt sympathy for a man who had lost his wife in an accident and had a young daughter. ... Mostly about what she suffered before she became a Christian
On 12/5 LifeLoveTruth wrote: STRANGER NO MORE, by Annahita Parsan, is a memoir. She writes about her experiences as a refugee. This author has resettled in Sweden and leads two congregations. One serves former Muslim refugees. Parsan also speaks publicly to audiences of journalists and and to live audiences. She shares her experiences ... Fascinating, Powerful
On 11/20 Amanda Crowther wrote: This is an incredible, true story of one woman's journey to finding Jesus Christ. Annahita opens her heart to the reader as she shares how she went from being a young Muslim to the pastor of a Christian church. She doesn't shy away from the difficult parts, but shows how those things in our lives can ... Stranger No More