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Hidden Heroes True Missionary Stories - 6 Vols.

Hidden Heroes True Missionary Stories - 6 Vols.
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    Author: Rebecca Davis
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Christian Focus
    Series: Hidden Heroes True Missionary Stories
    Ages: 9 to 12
    Size: 5 X 7¾
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    These exciting books chronicle the stories of the men and women who carried the good news of Jesus Christ to remote places in Asia, Africa, South America, and the Western world.

    Titles include:

    Return of the White Book: Stories of God at Work in Southeast Asia

    The hill tribes of Southeast Asia told legends that one day the White Book that their ancestors had lost would be brought back to them. When the Karen tribe saw the Bible in 1813 through the mission of Adoniram Judson, they recognized the White Book of their stories. This is the amazing true story of how the faith spread through the land of Myanmar, formerly Burma.

    With Two Hands: Stories of God at Work in Ethiopia

    Why would a crippled old man wait by the side of the road every day for twenty years? Why would a slave and a witch doctor walk for three days to find a man called Jesus? Why would a lame man purposely walk to a tribe where he knew he could be killed? Sixteen captivating episodes from one Christian mission in Ethiopia show the power of God in the midst of darkness. Find out about the invisible evangelist, the two girls who prayed and other astonishing stories. This is a book that will make you gasp at God's goodness!

    Lights in A Dark Place: True Stories of God at Work in Columbia

    Colombia has been known as a land of violence—Colombian people have reacted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ by cursing the messengers, beating them, kidnapping them, killing them and burning down their houses. But from those burnings have shot out sparks and flames and laser beams of light, as the Gospel has continued to shine forth in the midst of darkness. God has delivered people from burning houses. God has healed the ones who cursed. God has even rescued kidnappers.

    Witness Men: True Stories of God at Work in Papua, Indonesia

    In 1938, in the remote highlands of a mountainous island, explorers discovered thousands upon thousands of tribal people. Missionaries began to come, to bring the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Little did they know that many of the people of the tribes were waiting . . . waiting . . . for someone to come and help them out of the darkness of their old way of life.

    The Good News Must Go Out: Stories of God at Work in The Central African Republic

    From one old woman's prayer a young girl was brought to faith, a missionary was sent to Africa and then a church was born from among the people of Central Africa. Missionaries from the West came with the message of Jesus Christ—but it was the men and women saved from cannibalism, the young boys who herded goats and who carted water who really brought the Good News even farther to more and more villages and homesteads in Africa—and the Good News must go out.

    Living Water in the Desert - True Stories of God At Work in Iran

    More Muslims in Iran have come to faith in Christ in the last thirty years than in the thirteen hundred years Islam has been in the country. In a land that is notorious for persecution, one man was overcome by a missionary's kindness. Another was stopped by a vision of men in blue. One became sick and tired of his own religion. Another saw a man named Jesus in a dream, coming to him on a donkey. A girl found a strange book on the floor of the library and visited a secret prayer meeting. All of them eventually came to Jesus Christ for His full and free salvation, becoming missionaries to their own people.