by Robert Gouge Robert Gouge was born in the St. Louis County Hospital in Missouri. He moved to southern Illinois when he was three months old and back to St. Louis at age eight. After three years, Robert settled back in southern Illinois and has lived there since, aside from the three years of active duty with the army at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Robert has had ulcerative colitis since he was nineteen years old, and he has lived through some very rough times. After his service in the army, he worked for General Motors for five years, but the work was very difficult considering his disease. Instead, he became a self-employed mechanic for two years. Currently, he receives service connection pension from the army. Robert wrote this book to share his faith, hope, and love for life and God. He prays that his reader will understand the need we all have for God to share in our lives and that we all learn to have love, respect, and awe for all that God has done to give us life. (2005, paperback, 76 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.