Cycling Out of the Comfort Zone Paperback
Two Boys, Two Bikes, One Unforgettable Mission
by Charles Guilhamon;
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An unforgettable story of cycling cross-continents to persecuted Christian communities, this fast-paced journey is sure to inspire and affirm your faith.
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Cycling Out of the Comfort Zone
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- For anyone who enjoys travel biographies, and cycling adventures
- Searching for a unique story of choosing to give everything up to follow God?
- It imparts a little more awareness of Christianity in other countries, and why they need help
Fresh out of university, life-long friends Charles Guilhamon and Gabriel de Lapinau set off from Paris on a gap-year adventure around the world. After months of preparation, they left with only their bikes, limited supplies and one to three euros of spending money per day.
In Cycling out of the Comfort Zone, Charles retraces their journey through the remote parts of the world, visiting minority and persecuted Catholic communities on four continents, including the currently war-torn areas of Syria and norther Iraq.
Combining fast-paced story-telling with accounts of deeply moving encounters with Christians who experience daily what it means to suffer and face death for their faith, this vivid book is also a spiritual biography of how the boy's own belief were strengthened along the way.
Cycling Out of the Comfort Zone by Charles Guilhamon was published by SPCK Publishing in April 2017 and is our 4329th best seller. The ISBN for Cycling Out of the Comfort Zone is 9780281077458.
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|Page last updated||4th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Charles Guilhamon|
|Publisher||SPCK Publishing (April 2017)|
|Number of Pages||336|