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Fields of the Fatherless by C. Thomas Davis
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Mar 01, 12

bookshelves: winter-12, non-fiction
Read in February, 2012

It was a good, quick read. There were many points (as in scriptures) I have known, yet it was interesting to hear Davis' personal story. My favorite parts were the "Notes from the Field" segments. I wish that those parts were longer and that there were more of them.

Overall, good read, especially for those who want to help out the 'least of these' in their local community and worldwide. The scripture is true, we will always have these 3 among us: the widow, the orphan and the stranger. Coming from a fatherless (and thus single-mother) home, I resonate on a different level from the orphans in destitute conditions, however there are common threads connecting us.

We all deserve to feel and be loved.

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