Sunday, February 2, 2014

Flying for Jesus by Lee Carver

Why would an international banker retire early, at the peak of his career, to fly as a volunteer missionary over the Brazilian Amazon?
And where did he get the money to donate a two million dollar airplane?
He might be running drugs from Colombia or smuggling gems from the rich rocks of Minas Gerais. Many Brazilians believed the American missionaries were all CIA spies.

There had to be a reason.


Why would an international banker retire early, at the peak of his career, to fly as a volunteer missionary over the Brazilian Amazon?

About Lee:
For six years in retirement, Lee and her husband Darrel served as volunteer missionaries with a Brazilian organization, Asas de Socorro (Wings of Help), formerly MAF-Brazil. Darrel flew the amphibious ten-seat Cessna Caravan over jungle area half the size of the United States. Their home in Manaus—the largest city in the world with no road to it—was a free guesthouse for missionaries, pilots, mechanics, and medical volunteers. She went on missions, speaks the language, and knows the people whose story she tells.
Lee lived in Brazil a total of twelve years, including two transfers to São Paulo while her husband worked for Citibank. Other foreign postings were Greece, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Indonesia, and Spain. She studied nine languages and visited over forty-five countries. The Carvers now reside in Texas but are still active in Brazilian aviation missions.
Lee is a member of ACFW and president of its local chapter, DFW Ready Writers. She freelances as a grammar/punctuation editor and formats manuscripts for e-book and POD uploads.

Available as a free PDF download from 2 web sites:

To buy Lee's book without profit added:

Lee Carver is giving away a copy of Flying for Jesus. The giveaway is only available to U.S. addresses. To be entered in the book giveaway, leave a comment along with your email address. You may enter the book giveaway twice -- once on each spotlight post. (It's not too late to go back and leave a comment on yesterday's post.)

Off to read another great book!
Sandra M. Hart


Sharon A Lavy said...

Lee is giving away one paperback copy of the book, but you can also download a pdf. So really, everyone is a winner!

Lee Carver said...

News Flash: I now have two books under contract, a fantastic agent just signed me a week ago, and she passed to me a request for a series of three foreign-setting missionary romances. Right down my alley! Okay, so I've never written straight romance genre, but I'm climbing the learning curve. The titles will probably all change, but I'm writing everything under the author name Lee Carver.

Sharon A Lavy said...

That is so exciting, Lee.

Anonymous said...

Hello Lee. What a nice surprise for you and a great beginning for 2014. I wish you the best. I admire you and your husband for your trust in the Lord and following HIM to the forest of Brazil. Takes a solid trust. I would love to win this book. Then will share it with my church Library. Thanks, Maxie

squiresj said...

Please enter me to win. I'd love to read, review and share it.
jrs362 at Hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed reading the book. Having lived overseas myself, I found many of the stories oddly familiar, even though I was in Africa, not South America.
Jon Egeler

Lee Carver said...

Hi, Jon. You and Pam might think about sharing your own story. I'm convinced that Christians everywhere are inspired to read how God works to bring salvation to remote people. Your years in Africa would make exciting reading.

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