The Path to Eternal Life


Christian - Non-Fiction
100 Pages
Reviewed on 08/13/2011
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Author Biography

These days I live in San Bernardino, California. I had graduated from La Puente high school in 1963 and became a Christian in 1984. From there I went on to do four years of community college. After 20 years of being a Christian, I completed four years of Bible College and earned a Bachelor of Christian Ministry degree. I am a Bible teacher, evangelist and author.

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Reviewed by Elizabeth M. for Readers' Favorite

I loved this book. Henry gives his testimony of how he came to know Jesus as Lord of his life. He started off in a pit of depression, and he did not know what to do when it came to life's circumstances. However, people along the way pointed him to Jesus. I have learned that this takes at least ten people during one's lifetime. Sometimes this is the case with individuals but in many ways this does not always occur. Regardless, I learned a lot about Henry, and how he became a Christian.

I highly recommend this book. The book title is very appealing because of how he has it entitled, "The Path to Eternal Life." In my own ministry, I can point to his book for the children and parents I work with in the church bi-weekly. I appreciated the excerpts about him. In fact, I had no idea he served in the military. This makes his work all the more significant because it is uncommon. I highly recommend his work to anyone, and I am thankful for what he wrote. I am bound to pass on to others in the years ahead, and to those who do not know Christ both in and outside of the church setting.