Left to Die but Loved by God -
Left to Die, but Loved by God tells the biblical story of Hagar in the context of highlighting some of the major issues that affect our world today. Throughout the book you will read about the rise of slavery, and how it differs today compared to Bible days, and the scourge of racism and elitism in the church. John McCreedy passionately makes the case for homeless people, whilst examining the plight of refugees running from their native homes.
The book concludes with a look at the subject of forgiveness and, using the story of the unlikely reconciliation between Ishmael and Isaac, presents a view of a possible future peace through Jesus Christ between the three Abrahamic faiths, Islam, Christianity and Judaism, and other religions.
John was a journalist for fifteen years and a well-known broadcaster in Northern Ireland before entering full-time ministry. John and his wife were missionaries in Romania for almost a decade before returning to Northern Ireland.