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- Adopt a Missionary
by Diana M. Armstrong
Missionaries often face discouragement and isolation. The Adopt-A-Missionary Ministry provides individuals and churches with practical tools for giving the encouragement and connectedness missionaries desperately need.
- Adventures in Naked Faith: Walking on Water in a World of Unbelief
by Ross Tooley
The testing of one man's faith enabled him to become a powerful and effective tool in the hands of God.
- Any Given Day in the Life of the Bible
Wycliffe Bible Translators by Kirk Franklin
A pictorial overview of Bible translation around the world.
- Cry from the Streets, A
by Jeannette Lukasse
A dramatic story of rescue and restoration unfolds for a young Dutch couple living among the hunted street children of Brazil.
- From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya : A Biographical History of Christian Missions
by Ruth A. Tucker
Examines the history of missions with emphasis on a biographical approach.Covers missions chronologically and geographically and discusses key issues, both modern and historical, within missions.
- Good News About Injustice Youth Edition : A Witness of Courage in a Hurting World
by Gary A. Haugen
International news accounts describe mind-blowing horrors of child prostitution, state-sponsored religious persecution, racial violence, torture and genocide. What can we possibly do in response? Can ordinary Christians make a difference? And where is the God of justice?
The good news about injustice is that God is against it. Gary Haugen explains that God is in the business of using the unlikely to accomplish justice and mercy. This book offers stories of courageous Christians who have stood up for justice and also calls the body of Christ to action. Haugen provides concrete guidance on how Christians can rise up to seek justice throughout the world.
This special youth edition of Good News About Injustice is designed to help youth groups understand what is happening around the world, with practical ideas for teens and youth workers to exert influence and bring about change. You and your youth group can become an instrument to bring hope in a hurting world.
- History of Christian Missions, A
by Stephen Neill
(Pelican History of the Church, Vol 6)
Professor Neill's excellent and authoritative survey examines centuries of missionary activity, beginning with Christ and working through the Crusades and the colonization of Asia and Africa up to the present day.
- No Graven Image: A Novel
by Elisabeth Elliot
First published in 1966, No Graven Image is the only novel of the best-selling author Elisabeth Elliot.
Margaret, an intrepid twenty-five-year-old missionary, travels to the Andes Mountains of Ecuador to start her ministry. She sees little progress at first, but eventually gains a following and an enhanced reputation for her part in the safe and seemingly miraculous delivery of a breech baby. Things seem to be going well. She works on her translation of the Bible into the Indian language and befriends a native and his family. Then tragedy strikes, shaking Margaret's entire way of thinking.
Full of excitement, human emotion, and exotic South American culture and color, No Graven Image is sure to captivate new readers everywhere.
- Operation World:The Day-By-Day Guide to Praying for the World
by Patrick Johnstone
With Operation World as your guide, you can pray intelligently for any country in the world. You will learn vital information about each country that will help you pray specifically for its needs. Operation World is the most widely used reference book for missions in the world. It has been used by missionaries and missions executives for years.
- Peace Child
by Don Richardson
Imagine sharing the gospel with the tribe of cannibals who admire Judas's betrayal more than Jesus' sacrifice. Don and Carol Richardson risked their lives to tell the headhunting Sawi people of New Guinea of the true Peace Child, a figure the Sawis knew vaguely from their own mythology.
- Revolution in World Missions
by K. P. Yohannan
Here's an eye-opening book that you'll find hard to put down once you start. Yes, we really do live in a world where everything is obtainable and nothing is impossible.
- Voices of the Faithful - Book 2: Inspiring Stories of Courage from Christians Serving Around the World
by International Mission Board
"A willingness to go is all they have in common," exclaim Beth Moore and Kim P. Davis, speaking of their friends on the front lines who are spreading the gospel around the world and with whom they collaborated to create this book. This second book of 366 daily devotionals features stories of God's faithfulness, written by hundreds of missionaries worldwide.
From stirring miracles to heroic adventures, this second volume highlights those who daily go to the outer limits of spiritual devotion.
- Voices of the Faithful: Inspiring Stories of Courage from Christians Serving Around the World
by Beth Moore
"A willingness to go is all they have in common," exclaims Beth Moore, speaking of her friends on the front lines spreading the gospel around the world with whom she collaborated to create Voices of the Faithful.
This brilliant new 365-day devotional from the International Mission Board features incredible stories of God’s faithfulness in the face of uncertainty and danger, written by hundreds of missionaries worldwide. Readers will be blessed, igniting a passion in their hearts for living by faith as they meditate on these inspiring stories of courage from Christians serving around the world.
- You Can Change the World
by Daphne Spraggett, Jill Johnstone
This children's version of Operation World has information and stories about 52 places—26 countries and 26 people groups—around the world, to help young people understand the needs of these unfamiliar people and pray for something new every day. Featured nations include Cuba, Saudi Arabia, Trinidad, and Syria. People groups include the Buryats, Pygmies, Acehnese, and Dayak.