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1 Bitzer, Warren W. (compiler) CHRIST POINTS THE WAY (Missionary Challenge for Teen-agers)
EOT Spine Stapled NEW 
Ten Missionary stories with the following titles: A Fearless Missionary--(South Africa) A Hindu's Quest--(India); The Confucianist's Prayer--(China); The Haystack Monument--(New England); The Lost Letter--(Africa); The Little Red Book--(Africa); Winged Missionaries--(Hudson Bay); The Snowsled Doctor--(Labrador); Ida's Three Hear Calls--(India); Passing Through the Gates--(Ecuador, 1956) 
Price: 4.95 USD
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2 Forsyth, Christina (Livingstone, W. P.) LONELIEST WOMAN IN AFRICA
SPC 1994 Paperback; 160 Pgs. NEW 
Mrs. Forsyth, the heorine of this book, lived alone for thirty years in an isolated mission station in Fingoland, Southeast Africa, amongst a wild and dissolute tribe of heathens. During that period she never moved outside a radius of twenty miles from her humble mission-house...To all who knew of her she was a marvel. The missionary under whom she worked declared that there was not one woman in five hundred who could have lived the life she lived. 
Price: 10.99 USD
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3 Howell, Beth Prim LADY ON A DONKEY [STORY OF LILLIAN TRASHER] [Photos] $29.95 SALE $18.95
EPD 1960 First Edition HARDBACK Good for age of book Good 
THIS IS THE WARM and appealing story of LILLIAN TRASHER, one of America's great Christian missionaries whose name is a by-word throughout Egypt. The intensely religious child of a Georgia farm family, Lillian first volunteered for missionary work at a neighboring orphan­ age and Bible school. It was there, ten days before her wedding was to have taken place, that Lillian got her "call": she was to be a foreign missionary-in what land she did not know, but she knew she could not marry. Lillian's great adventure began in 1911 when at 23, she traveled to Assouit, Egypt. Lillian was fascinated by Egypt's exotic and colorful landscape, but she was appalled by the poverty of its peo­ ple. Her resolve to care for bodies as well as souls crystallized one day when she came across a dying Egyptian woman, holding her infant in her arms. The mother died before Lillian's eyes, and she took the sick and undernourished baby to her room where she could nurse the child back to health. This was the beginning of the now famous Assouit orphanage. The growth of Lillian's orphanage greatly hampered by lack of funds (Continued on back flap) the hostility and suspicions of the Egyp­ tians. Since Lillian made it a rule never to turn anyone away, the need for food and money never abated. When a new dormitory was needed, the children and Lillian built a kiln, made their own bricks, and raised the building themselves. Today, 72-year-old Lillian and her chil­ dren are still remarkably self-sustaining. They grow much of their own food, make most of their own clothes, and depend on help from the thousands of "graduates" of the orphanage. Though the names of some of the characters in the story have been changed, this is a book about real people, people who to a greater or lesser extent, shared in the dream that started in a rented room in the backstreets of As­ souit. That room has now expanded into headquarters which now boast 11 large buildings-a monument to a courageous woman who planted a Christian message of love in a Moslem country and made it grow and flourish. A former editor and feature writer for The Daily Oklahoman, Beth Prim Howell first heard Lillian Trasher speak in Okla­ homa City. After Mrs. Howell interviewed Miss Trasher on TV, she felt that she must tell Lillian's story to the world. The result is Beth Prim Howell's first book, Lady on a Donkey. 
Price: 18.95 USD
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4 Kuhn, Isobel (Howatt, Irene) LIGHTS IN LISULAND --Story of Isobel Kuhn
CF Paperback NEW 
If you are struggling with your own problems and difficulties, read about Isobel's life and discover how God gave her peace and strength. 
Price: 7.99 USD
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CLC Paperback; 173 Pgs. NEW 
Andrew Murray deals intelligently, knowledgeably, and spiritually with the important issues of missions set in their historical perspective and in the context of the Church worldwide. 
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RCB; 72 Pgs.; 1994 Stapled Like New Bookazine 8 1/4 X 10 3/4 
He who doubts whether there is a supernatural factor in missions, should carefully read this narrative. What but the power of God could turn the demon of drink into a ministering angel, or the blasphemer into a praying saint, or out of the mouth of hell withdraw the half-devoured wretch who was desperately bent on suicide? 
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GPH; 230 Pgs.; 1997 Soft cover As New 
Few Christians have accepted the challenge to carry the gospel into the mysterious land Tibet. One man, Victor Plymire, did. HIGH ADVENTURE is his story. Follow him across towering mountains and watch as he confronts demonic darkness. Glimpse the spiritual battles to free men's souls from centuries-long bondage. Celebrate as tribal chiefs and temple priests hear the story of Jesus. Victor Plymire's story can inspire you to continue the adventure. 
Price: 24.99 USD
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8 Singh, Sundar (Benge, Janet & Geoff) SUNDAR SINGH---Footprints Over the Mountains
YWP Paperback; 183 PGs NEW 
Searching since boyhood for the way to God, Sundar Singh found truth in Jesus Christ. At sixteen, the former Sikh became a Christian sadhu, or holy man, and at great risk devoted his life to Christ. With bare feet and few possessions, Sundar crossed the precarious Himalayas between India and Tibet many times, sharing the gospel with Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs--even thieves. 
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9 Trotter, I. Lilias WHEN MOSLEMS LISTEN TO THE GOSPEL $5.99 SALE $3.99
RCB Spine Stapled NEW Large Print 
She was a missionary to the Muslims. This is her simple teachings. 
Price: 3.99 USD
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