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Life Lessons

This book is written by nine people who have been, or still are, missionaries with WEC International. In each chapter a different person testifies about something that has had a deep impact on him or her. They all write honestly about the difficulties and joys they have known in some aspect of their Christian…

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A Day’s March Nearer Home: Autobiography of J. Graham Miller

A. W. Tozer said that next to the Bible, Christian biography is the most valuable reading for Christians. A day’s march nearer home is valuable and enjoyable reading. One unusual aspect of this autobiography is that it was not written to be published. It was simply ‘memories…that, later on, children’s children’ would read. But…

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Christian Heroines: Just Like You

As the title implies, this book gives us an insight into the lives of ordinary women who have suffered much hardship and persecution for their faith. From slave girls to noblewomen they paid a high price for the stand they took. Each of the 21 short chapters tells what it cost them to remain…

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Audrey Featherstone, I Presume? The Amazing Story of a Congo Missionary

Tim Shenton usually writes books about well-known characters from church history. Audrey Featherstone, along with her husband, worked in Congo with Regions Beyond Missionary Union (RBMU) for twenty-five years, but her name is probably unknown to most Christians. In the first chapter of this biography, Tim Shenton explains why he decided to write Audrey’s story.…

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