Bio and Contact

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Frances Fuller spent thirty years in the troubled Middle East and for twenty-four of those years was the director of a Christian publishing program with offices in Lebanon.

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Books

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In Lebanon, a country fragmented by war, the Fullers are house-hunting, because they have a job to do— publishing Christian literature in the Arabic language.

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Dept. Of Peace Survey

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Frances Fuller is calling for a Department of Peace with a Secretary who is a member of the President’s Cabinet. She says this puts peace on the government’s agenda and on somebody’s job description. The Department will apply our national strength to solving problems, before they create war, and making friends instead of enemies. What do you think?

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What Others Say

“…a well written book full of compassion…a captivating story…”
A Judge, 22nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards

“Wise, honest, sensitive, funny, heart-wrenching…”
Jeanne Larsen, author of the Silk Road trilogy and Why We Make Gardens (& Other Poems)

“….western Christians and Middle Eastern Christians need to read this story…full of remarkable perceptiveness and genuine hope.”
Colin Chapman, lecturer in Islamic Studies at the Near East School of Theology, Beirut; author of Whose Promised Land?

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