And He Talks With Me is a collection of stories about ordinary people who heard the call of God in their lives and went on to do remarkable things.
Al Mewett touches upon the lives of people like the founder of the Salvation Army, William Booth, the Reverend John Flynn of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, and Matron Edith Cavell, executed during WWII for her dedication to the truth.
Open at any page and find stories that will inform, sometimes surprise, and always inspire reflection on the countless ways God works in and through His Creation.
Ross Gilmour OAM, Salvation Army Chaplain –
Al Mewett has us caught up with a drowning boy on Bondi Beach who gave his name to Sydney Airport. He introduces us to an American who became a Federal politician, walking the halls of Parliament House in Canberra greeting everyone with the words, “How’s your soul, brother?” He challenges us with the comments of Dr. Verner von Braun, the mind behind the 1969 moon landing, who unashamedly said the world was created and God speaks in His universe. This tome is like a talking book and it whispers on the final page that all of us has one final interview with our Creator.