I Once Was Lost But Now Am Found: A story of faith from "Lost Boys of Sudan" survivor Joseph Lual Deng

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Joseph Lual Deng recounts his horrific experience as one of the famous Lost Boys of Sudan. This book tells about his experience when, at around the age of 6, Joseph traveled hundreds of miles on foot after seeing his village in Southern Sudan decimated by bombs dropped from Northern Sudan government. Only a few of the thousands of young boys who began this exodus survived - Joseph was one of the lucky who did live and was given a new life in the USA. He recounts his memorable story about the loss of his family, the horrific death (by crocodiles, gunfire and starvation) of fellow Lost Boys walking beside him, his kidnapping by enemy forces, the constant hunger, and his life for 14 years in two different refugee camps in Ethiopia and Kenya. He also recounts that his strong faith in God was what kept him walking day after day and that he knew he had a purpose and had to survive. Now an American citizen, we can read about his happy ending and his future plans as a citizen of America.
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First Edition - Published
St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church
September 30, 2011
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