Dangerous Love: A True Story of Tragedy, Faith, and Forgiveness in the Muslim World

Shortly after 9/11, RAY NORMAN, a national director for World Vision’s poverty reduction program in Mauritania, and his daughter Hannah were driving to the beach when an Arab man opened fire on his parked car, severely wounding him and his daughter. After their recoveries the family made the extraordinary decision to stay in Mauritania, to maintain their commitment to the poor in their community, and to forgive the man who had hurt them. Dangerous Love demonstrates how God can use ordinary people, care for them in times of tragedy and heartbreak, and fulfill his own purposes in remarkable ways.

Meet the Author

RAY NORMAN is the director for Faith Leadership, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene at World Vision International and former national director for World Vision’s program in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. Previously academic dean at Messiah College in Grantham, Pennsylvania, he is now scholar-in-residence at the college. He and his wife live in Grantham, Pennsylvania, and Bonningues-les-Ardres, in northern France.

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