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Samantha Ryan Chandler samchan.allauthor.com Samantha Ryan Chandler
  • Genre: Non fiction, Memoir, Autobiographies, Religious, Christian
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: investor/author
  • Member Since: May 2016
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BIOGRAPHY Samantha Ryan was born in a colorful, town in Louisiana. Convinced that the world had to be bigger than her hometown, she left her familial roots and created a path that took her to cities across the United States and the world. Possessing a natural gift for design and a penchant for history, Samantha channeled those talents into a life full of projects and historical enquiry. In her own words, “being a mom is the greatest job in the world,” Samantha spent the better part of three decades running carpools, cooking hot meals, leading girl scout troops and taking art and fitness classes for and with one or more of her three girls. A series of divine interactions led Samantha to impact a wider range of people than ever before when she co-founded Children’s Cross Connection (now known as Childspring International). Together the two of them brought hundreds of children with life crippling and life threatening ailments and afflictions from developing world countries like Ethiopia, the Philippines, Haiti and others to the United States for donated surgeries.
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A Love Story, How God Pursued Me & Found Me...an impossibly true story

by: Samantha Ryan Chandler

Samantha’s story is as disturbing and unsettling as it is uplifting and gratifying. It tells about a girl from Nowhere, Louisiana who finds her way from humble beginnings to dining with presidents and living with the rich, only to find her trust betrayed by those she trusted most. Blessed with an almost unquenchable optimism and a unique sense of humor, Ms. Chandler writes of a life that speaks to those who have encountered abuse, unfairness and anguish.  One reviewer declared it, “is as powerful as ‘Letters to God,’ as heart wrenching as ‘Nobody's Child,’ and as touching as ‘Pay It Forward,’ with Helen Hunt.”