Diary of a Missionary Kid

Travel with Beth on a journey through machine guns & mafia, romance & heartbreak, dreams & struggles and find keys to unlock your destiny all along the way. "Beth Olson is a great friend of mine. I know her well. In her new book, you can follow a life story of difficult decisions she made in following her passion, knowing God intimately. You'll also learn how to apply what she learned for practical use in your own journey.

I wish the world had more than just one Beth Olson in it." -Bob Phillips, Former Pastor with David Wilkerson at Times Square Church, Teaching Pastor and Director of Academy for Cultural Transformation at Heartland Church "Diary of a Missionary Kid by Beth Olson is a must read for anyone who desires to live a wide eyed adventure with God. The journey of Beth Olson is the ripe fruit of a life courageously and honestly lived." -Leif Hetland, Founder and President of Global Mission Awareness, Author of Seeing Through Heaven's Eyes

Synopsis
Travel with Beth on a journey through machine guns & mafia, romance & heartbreak, dreams & struggles and find keys to unlock your destiny all along the way. "Beth Olson is a great friend of mine. I know her well. In her new book, you can follow a life story of difficult decisions she made in following her passion, knowing God intimately.
I am a mom/blogger/writer helping influencers live in peace. I post a blog each Monday morning to get you set up for a successful start to your week.

For anyone who inspires to work in missions yet has a hard time staying engaged with books- this books is for you! Beth's stories inspire anyone to see what adventure God has for you when you say yes to His plans. It's a quick easy read with short paragraphs and chapters!

Being a missionary's kid myself, this book resonated with me on a number of levels. I enjoy Beth's storytelling, and this book is full of some great stories. I also appreciate how she moves beyond autobiography, making truths she's gleaned from her experiences accessible to the reader. Her questions made me think, and gave me healthy perspective on decisions I've made in life (both good ones and failures). The perspective didn't take me into introspection or regret, but helped me think about how I can talk about these keys with my girls, as they mature.