The end of a journey and the start of a pilgrimage
About the Book
Using the backdrop of such far-flung places as the west coast of South Africa, the Highlands of Scotland, and the Eiffel Tower, the author introduces the reader to three people who entered and exited his life over twelve years: a gigantic Zulu he befriended during military training, a six-year-old African war orphan he sponsored in memory of that friend, and a twenty-four-year-old woman he met in Scotland. Follow the gripping and moving story of one man’s search for God as well as his personal reflections on finding answers to the mysterious. Some say God moves in mysterious ways, but what the author reveals in this book is that God moves—period!
About the Author
Neil Davies was born in 1975 in South Africa. After graduating high school in 1993, he enlisted in the South African Air Force and eventually joined Air Force Intelligence. Upon successfully completing officer training he was selected to attend the military academy on the west coast of South Africa and graduated at the end of 2001 with a post-graduate degree in Computer Information Systems. After resigning his commission in the Air Force, Neil backpacked in England and Scotland for two years, and upon his return to South Africa, he became the managing editor of a magazine and also wrote scripts for television for a short while. In 2009 he immigrated to the United States and currently lives in North Dakota.