Originally from Pakistan, Ali Master struggled in his life. Flunking our of college, unemployed and desperate, he attempted suicide. Coming to America, Ali’s journey started at the bottom rung with a job at McDonalds. But through hard work and perseverance he rose in business to partnership in one of the country’s top consulting firms. He credits what he calls the precious liberties we enjoy as Americans. However, his ultimate decision was to give his life to Christ, converting to Christianity.
You’ll hear Ali tell his story on FIRST PERSON this week, based on his book, BEYOND THE GOLDEN DOOR; Seeing the American Dream Through an Immigrant’s Eyes.
NEXT WEEK: Author Stan Guthrie on the life of Corrie ten Boom