Dr. John Long La Noue, Sr. qDr. Johnq was born and raised in Texas and educated at Stephen F. Austin State University, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his family have traveled the world helping people in disasters for the last forty plus years. He and his wife, qDr. Lq have two children, John La Noue, Jr. MD qJohn II, q a pediatric surgeon, and Lydia La Noue Slinkard, a housewife and mother of two girls: Rebecca and Laura, in New Jersey. He has been a pastor, a college minister and a denominational worker. He has been in North Korea so much they called him qHalabajiq (Grandfather) John. Many have called him qIndiana Jones with a Bible and a Skillet.q Dr. Kaywin Baldwin La Noue qDr. Lq was born in Illinois and entered the entertainment field at the age of three. She was in that field as a dancer/singer until she was twenty. She was qMiss West Texasq and .one of the qMiss Talentsq for the qMiss Texasq contest in 1954. She was educated in Texas, receiving degrees from Stephen F. Austin State University (B.A.) and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.R.E and Ph.D). She has been a public school teacher, Christian school administrator, and seminary adjunct professor. She is now a housewife, grandmother and volunteer for international disaster relief.As he walked through the lobby, an American employee of Texaco, whom he had met the night before, said, aHey, Tex! You look like you ... I told him I needed to study the damage, pray and plan overnight, and I would tell him at breakfast. ... The experiences I had in auto repair shops, auto body shops, machine shops, and foundry work had been good preparation for this task. It took two days to hammer the roof into a flat sheet again, stabilize it, and build, what Bob called a a sombreroa.
|Title||:||Walking with God in Broken Places|
|Author||:||Sr. D. John L. La Noue, Phd Min Kaywin Baldwin La Noue|
|Publisher||:||Xulon Press - 2010-11|