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New Gleaning For The World Book Tells Story Of Faith And Healing

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In 1998, Gleaning For The World was started in the basement of Reverend Ronald Davidson. His desire to help the homeless and suffering continued to grow. Now, more than 15 years later, Gleaning For The World helps more than six million people each year, shipping humanitarian aid around the country, and around the world.

Now, Reverend Davidson has written a book, describing the journey he and his charity have taken. The book is called "I Did It His Way" , and is filled with memories Davidson and his staff have had, helping millions of people in need.
    He says that, in writing the book, he wanted people to know that everyone has a purpose. Davidson explained "I wanted people to know, regardless of a life situation...God can use them, and God is willing to provide the blessing when you show up."

The book is available in paperback and e-book form, in exchange for a donation to Gleaning For The World.

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