Mike H. Mizrahi

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After a career in corporate public affairs, Mike retired to pursue a deep passion: writing. He and his wife, Karen, led a mission trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo four years ago, and they were so moved, Mike wrote his first novel, Kabirizi’s Revenge. His second book, The Unnamed Girl, followed. Mike and Karen live in Woodland Hills, Calif., where they raised their two adult children. Mike loves reading and writing stories about sozo, which means to be rescued. Mike and Karen are very active in their church and community, and love to hike, travel, and go the movies and theater together.

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Mike H. Mizrahi Some months back I read The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. If I could be whisked back to that time, I think I would join the French resistance.
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In the aftermath of evil being unleashed upon our fellow citizens yesterday, I find it sobering that today we are reminded to give thanks to a Sovereign God who has already vanquished evil.

George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, perhaps our nation’s most revered presidents, had similar thoughts about why Americans should remember to give thanks.

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“The old fables, myths, and follies associated with the idea of woman's incompetence to handle bat and oar, bridle and rein, and at last the cross-bar of the bicycle, are passing into contempt in presence of the nimbleness, agility, and skill of "that boy's sister"... - Frances E. Willard, women's suffragist, author of A Wheel Within a Wheel, 1895”
Mike H. Mizrahi, The Great Chattanooga Bicycle Race

“A close study of the southern newspapers fails to show that the bloomer craze has gained any decided hold south of the Mason and Dixon line. Indeed, the bicycle is a new thing, and the women who ride are as fearful of criticism as a woman in tight knickerbockers would be in some Northern places...South of Virginia the real southern women do not ride the bicycle much. The climate is against the exercise...A Tennessee paper so late as last week was wondering if any woman would have the temerity to introduce bloomers in that region. If any did, it said, they would surely bring on themselves such notoriety as must be exceedingly unpleasant to modest, womanly women...Some few women in New Orleans wear bloomers, but in almost every southern newspaper the appearance of a pair of bloomers is treated almost as would be the coming ashore of the sea serpent. - Los Angeles Herald, Sept. 15, 1895”
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