Falling Down, But Getting Up Again
“Preacher, you ain’t always been a Preacher!”
Those words were exclaimed by a teenager after losing several rounds of pool to his pastor Al Daniell. And he was right; the author of this book, now retired pastor, Al Daniell, “AIN’T ALWAYS BEEN A PREACHER!” Dr. Daniell and his wife, Ida, both were born and raised in Dublin, GA. Many of his articles are about his childhood memories of people and places in Dublin, GA, as well as his later life in Eastman GA. With only minimal experience hiking and absolutely no experience in rock climbing, the author says he has much experience in falling down and getting up again. “The ‘getting up’ is the hardest part, but when I have trusted Christ to reach down and lift me up; He has lifted me up, brushed me off, and helped me to KEEP CLIMBING.” Readers instantly feel a personal connection with familiar emotions and memories in regard to family, childhood, love, and disappointment.
Format: 6.14 x 9.21 Black & White Dust-Jacketed Hardback, 189 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Mar 15, 2020)
Genre: LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Essays