In a Ugandan prison for two murders he didn’t commit, Henry is losing hope. He pleads with God for a sign. Jim, in California, finds himself saying a small ‘yes’ to God who brings their two lives together with momentous results.
In Divine Collision: An African Boy, an American Lawyer, and Their Remarkable Battle for Freedom, Jim Gash tells a fascinating and inspirational story where cultures and experiences collide. Henry sits imprisoned in Uganda for crimes he did not commit, while Gash, from a world away, responds to God’s prompting, finds himself in Africa, and encounters Henry and the injustice he faces daily. Their uniquely combined story offers an incredible read, involving faith, prayer, and justice, and offers any Christian reader a story of value and worth to experience. I would recommend it.
Thanks to Worthy’s First Look, I received a copy of Divine Collision and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.