Coming Home: …Lessons I didn’t get in Sunday School by Jon Dufendach

Jesus Christ is one of the most controversial figures of all time. Like it or not, He is the voice of God. In the end every knee shall bow at the very name of Jesus. No one knows the hour of His return, but it’s closer than for any previous generation. We’re in the time of the 11th hour workers.

One such worker has recorded stories from his everyday life and in so doing has come to the realization the age of Grace is coming to its fullness. Soon there will be time no more. These are a few, very few, of the events emerging as the age closes, and God, who is not willing that any should perish, is sounding the final call: “Come Home.” He stands at the door and knocks.

Don’t bother with this book if you’re not interested in your eternal well-being. But if you are, you will find you are in company with the author who, as he bumbled along, has found the One who has given him Hope.

About the Author
Jon Dufendach was born in Michigan in 1938 and grew up there and in Ohio. He first came to Alaska in 1962 with the Army and came to stay in 1967. He and his wife Carol worked a homestead and raised five children; Jon worked the pipeline and other endeavors and now builds drinking water plants for Alaskans and for the poor and needy around the world.

He felt his experiences with the Living Christ in practical ways would speak to the hearts of others who, like himself, hold the glorious Hope of an eternity with the Lord.

Author: Jon Dufendach

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