Lived in the southern Sahara Desert. Two years of combat duty in Vietnam and wounded twice. Seventeen-plus years working in the Pentagon. Eighty-five countries visited. A freefall jump from the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere. These are just some of the highlights from author Phil Fogle’s exciting life. In this fascinating memoir, he shares his journey from a missionary kid separated from his parents due to World War II to a happily married husband, father of three, and grandfather of eight who has been used by God to serve others in many ways.
been there, done that! unique experiences of a missionary kid by Philip R. Fogle recounts many of the fascinating experiences the author has had during his lifetime. Inspired after being told many times over the years that he should write a book about his life journey, Phil presents his story, which speaks to God’s faithfulness, grace, and divine will throughout the years from his childhood in Africa to his time in the military to his ministry opportunities, and so much more.
Through his writing, readers are transported back in time to different countries and cultures, from the jungles of Vietnam to the mountains of North India to the villages of Chad and the Central African Republic and beyond. He includes helpful information in the book like maps and military and general biographical summaries, which allow readers to understand his story better. Come along on the journey—you won’t want to put the book down during this exciting ride!