THE VAGABOND

Sunday Tribune - - BOOKS ANG TECH - Frank Raut­en­bach NB Publishers

FRANK Raut­en­bach left

South Africa for Los

An­ge­les with stars in his eyes. Af­ter hav­ing great suc­cess in Egoli and movies like Faith like

Pota­toes, he thought the world was his oys­ter.

Yet, af­ter years of try­ing and driv­ing more than 10000km from one failed au­di­tion to an­other, he had to find a job that would put food on his ta­ble. He ended up driv­ing a taxi in Los An­ge­les and even­tu­ally he be­came a jan­i­tor at a church.

He felt be­trayed of the prom­ises from God of a life of abun­dance that had come to noth­ing.

Raut­en­bach even­tu­ally comes to the con­clu­sion that he could not ask God for any­thing; he was in His ser­vice – and turns things around.

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