About the Book
My Journey from the Plantation, through the Courts, to Mediation is the amazing story of Pauline Ravenall. It shares her journey from working on the Plantation in Georgia to working in government positions, and finally, as a missionary in foreign lands. This road was not easy for Pauline, especially when facing prejudice about her race and skin color. She took it all in stride, facing the unknown with courage, fortitude, and trust in God. Her tenacity and grit will inspire you to keep going.
“If ever there were a story of desire, determination, and dedication to be the best one can be no matter what the obstacles, it is the autobiography of Pauline Barnes Ravenall. She comes across in her memoirs as who she truly is—a humble personality, heroic fighter, and honorable servant of God.” —Calvin B. Rock Ph.D.
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About the Author
Pauline Ravenall currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She enjoys volunteering with the International Language School, which assists immigrants in receiving their permanent citizenship. She finds this work very fulfilling. She hopes that her readers will gain a renewed commitment to follow the leading of Jesus Christ and not let any obstacle stop them. Every obstacle can be overcome in the strength of Jesus. Pauline believes her life is proof of that.
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