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61 Brengle, Elizabeth Swift WRITINGS OF ELIZABETH SWIFT BRENGLE [4 Volumes] [Hardbacks]
SA 1990 First Edition HARDBACK Like New 
HARDBACK. Like New. 4 Volumes: 1. Half Hours With My Guide 2. The Army Drum 3. What Hinders You 4. Biography of Elizabeth Swift Brengle by Eileen Douglas 
Price: 59.99 USD
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62 Bresee, Phineas (Bangs, Carl O.) PHINEAS BRESEE---Pastor to the People
BHP 2013 Paperback; 212 Pgs. (Abridged) NEW 
Phineas Bresee: Pastor to the People is the story of a great Protestant leader told in the broader context of American religious history. 
Price: 19.99 USD
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63 Bresee, Phineas (Bangs, Carl) PHINEAS BRESEE (His life in Methodism, the Great HOliness Moement, and the Church of the Nazarene
BHP 1995 Paperback; 319 Pgs. NEW 
Bresee played a pivotal role in the American Holiness movement. This Thorough biography offers illuminating glimpses into the networks and regions in which the Holiness movement flourished. 
Price: 34.99 USD
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CBG Softcover NEW 
"The Private Devotional Lives of Finney, Moody, and Spurgeon" is presented with the hope that a detailed study of the private devotional lives of such outstanding religious leaders of the past would be of assistance in the cultivation of our own devotional lives. For this purpose, therefore, the devotional practices of these men, together with their convictions with regards to them, make up the realm of inquiry. The organization of this study followed a definite outline which was held to constantly. Each man was taken up in turn. To each the following schematic was applied: 1. STUDY OF THE BIBLE. A. Habits of Bible Study. B. Objects of Bible Study. C. Convictions Regarding Bible Study. D.MEDITATION. III. FASTING. IV. PRAYER. A. Habits of Prayer. B. Objects of Prayer. C. Convictions Regarding Prayer. 
Price: 7.99 USD
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65 Bryce, Joe SHADOW OF CLIFF COLLEGE $9.99 sale! $7.99
SPC 1985 Paperback; 94 Pgs. NEW 
This book was originally titled "Saved and Sent" Contents: Chapter Titles: 1. Came to Cliff; 2. The College of the Unprivileged; 3. All for Evangelism; 4. Inaugural; 5. To the Work; 6. The Tradition Comes Alive; 7. Day of Evangelism; 8. What Manner of Men? 9. Through Cliff Overseas; 10. Cliff Overseas; 11. Soulwinners All; 12. Evangelical Troubadours; 13. Salvation at the Seaside; 14. Told Round the Camp Fire; 15. Provision 
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66 Buchan, Angus with Jan Greenough and Val Waldeck FAITH LIKE POTATOES
Monarch Books; 174 Pgs.; 2008 Paperback NEW 5 X 7 3/4 
The story of a Farmer who risked everything for God. Includes pictures. Angus Buchan is a tough, straightforward South African farmer of Scottish extraction, whose gentle but uncompromising faith has carried him through drought, financial crisis and family tragedy. Called by God to preach the gospel, he has found the Holy Spirit working through him in amazing miracles of provision, healing and changed lives. 
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67 Bull, Geoffrey T. FORBIDDEN LAND
Moody Press, 1967, 124 pgs. HB, DJ, good condition Like New 
Like New. There are 15 chapters in the book with a sketch map. It's a story of a people who live intense, harsh lives, with violent death at the hand of bandits or political enemies a constant threat --but it is more. In contrast with the listless turning o f prayer wheels & the worship of gods of metal & stone, Geoffrey Bull reveals the transforming power of hope through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. This is an inspiring & challenging book, full of vivid imagery & a glowing witness to Christian fai th. 
Price: 12.95 USD
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68 Buntain, Mark (Buntain, Fulton) ONE MAN'S COMPASSION
Whitaker; 249 Pgs. 1989 1989 Paperback Good 
Paperback. Good. The streets of Calcutta swarm with the poor, the diseased, and the addicted. Mark Buntain, missionary to India, refused to be overwhelmed by the pressing needs that surrounded him. Instead, this man of prayer and action decided to reach his last city ---one person at a time. Unusual circumstances brought many people across Mark Buntain's path ---destitute, drug addicts, common thieves, witch doctors, the sick and dying-- but he never failed to reach out with the love and compassion of Jesus Christ. 
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69 Bunyan, John GRACE ABOUNDING To the Chief of Sinners
Whitaker House; 208 Pgs. 1993 1993 0883682591 / 9780883682593 Paperback Like New 
Paperback. Like New. This book presents the ageless spiritual journey of one man into true Christian faith. John Bunyan relates his personal experiences of the crises which brought him to the end of himself and to the merciful God. From his conversion and through many trials and temptations, Bunyan reveals how the grace of the Lord was extended to him so that he learned to surrender all of self and rely totally on Christ for his every need. 
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WH 1993 Softcover Like New 
Paperback. Like New. LARGE PRINT. This book presents the ageless spiritual journey of one man into true Christian faith. John Bunyan relates his personal experiences of the crises which brought him to the end of himself and to the merciful God. From his conversion and through many trials and temptations, Bunyan reveals how the grace of the Lord was extended to him so that he learned to surrender all of self and rely totally on Christ for his every need. 
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71 Bunyan, John (Dengler, Sandy) JOHN BUNYAN --Writer of Pilgrim's Progress
Moody Press; 160 Pgs.; 1986 Paperback Like New 7 x 4 1/4 
John Bunyan spent twelve years of his life in jail. During that time he wrote pamphlets and books that reached thousands throughout England with the truth of God. He was a tinker (mender of household utensils) by trade, but he listened to the voice of God and followed Him, no matter what the cost. This biography is geared for Pre-teens. 
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72 Bunyan, Mary (Ford, Sallie Rochester) MARY BUNYAN ---The Dreamer's Blind Daughter (a Tale of Religious Persecution)
Triangle Press; 488 Pgs. No date Listed Paperback Like New 
Paperback. Like New. This book is a well written story of the religious persecution suffered by John Bunyan's family and centered around the struggles of his blind daughter during his imprisonment. 
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Tyndale House Pub.; 307 Pgs. 2003 Hard Cover Like New 
For American Missionaries, Martin and Gracia Burnham, what started out as a relaxing, once-in-a-lifetime anniversary getaway at an exotic island resort turned into one of the most horrific nightmares imaginable. Kidnapped by the Abu Sayyaf, a terrorist group with ties to Osama bin Laden, the Burnhams were snatched away from friends and family and thrust into a life on the run in the Philippine jungle. During a perilous year in captivity, they faced near starvation, constant exhaustion, frequent gun battles, coldhearted murder --and intense soul-searching about a God who sometimes seemed to have forgotten them. In this gripping firsthand account of faith, love, and struggle in the face of unnervingly casual brutality, you'll go behind the scenes of a real-life drama, told in gritty detail by the least likely survivor. You'll learn about the methods and motives of a radical terrorist group whose members are determined to meet their objectives, no matter what the cost. You'll be inspired by the ultimately triumphant faith and enduring love of an ordinary couple thrown into extraordinarily difficult circumstances. 
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74 Burrows, Eva (Gariepy, Henry) GENERAL OF GOD'S ARMY -----The Authorized Biography of General Eva Burrows
Scripture Press Pub.; 368 Pgs. 1993 1993 Hard Cover Good Good 
Hard Cover. Good/Good. What a career General Eva Burrows has had! From a large Army family in Tighes Hill, Australia. to London in 1950 for teacher and officer training. to Rhodesia in 1952 as an educator. to London in1967 as an Army educator. to London and Women's Social Services in 1975. to Sri Lanka in 1977 as Territorial Commander. to Scotland in 1979 as Territorial Commander. to Australia in 1982 as Southern Territorial Commander. and then to London in 1986 as General of the Salvation Army! Eva Burrows is the youngest person to be elected General of The Salvation Army, and the second woman to hold the position. She combines energies and abilities that make her known as a person who gets things done. She is an educator, administrater, preacher, compassionate friend and advocate for the poor, and inspiring leader of the International Salvation Army. As you read this book, you will be challenged to offer your life in greater devotion to God, that He might use your gifts in His service. 
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75 C.A.W. STUNDISTS--The Persecution of Believers in Russia at the Close of the Last Century $18.99 SALE $14.99
BTP 1976 Paperback [HARDBACK IS $2.00 MORE] Like New 
Our hearts are stirred as we read the history of the Stundists, who nobly suffered for Christ in Czarist Russia during the last half of the nineteenth century. It is a record of uncompromising faith, courage, intense suffering and martyrdom, and yet withal victory --a story that will prove an inspiration to many to "stand fast in the faith." 
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RCB Spine Stapled NEW 
“God was beginning to move, the heavens were opening, we were there on our faces before God. Three o’clock in the morning came, and GOD SWEPT IN. About a dozen men and women lay prostrate on the floor, speechless. Something had happened; we knew that the forces of darkness were going to be driven back, and men were going to be delivered.” --Duncan Campbell 
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77 Carey, Dorothy DOROTHY CAREY ----The Tragic Untold Story of Mrs. William Carey
Baker Book House; 254 Pgs. 1992 1992 Paperback As New 
Paperback. As New. Dorothy Carey recounts the story of a tremendous sacrifice made in the cause of world evangelism and of a woman who has been unjustly treated by history. "Perhaps her sacrifice was not a voluntary one, but it was a sacrifice nonetheless", observes James Beck. Dorothy Carey, the wife of the founder of modern missions, was the first of a wave of pioneer wives in missions. She played a difficult role in making that ministry possible. Beck's unique background in psychology and his exhaustive study of records of the family's life in England, William Carey's voluminous journals, and accounts by others allow him to provide new insights into the woman whom Carey's biographers have only villified. Dorothy's story deserves to be told, and the author does so in a remarkable and memorable fashion. 
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78 Carey, William WILLIAM CAREY ----Pioneer Missionary
A - E; 144 Pgs. 2000 2000 Paperback Good 
Paperback. Good. William Carey (1761 - 1834) was a missionary to India. Born near Northhampton, England, he worked as a shoemaker from the age of 16 to 28. Following his conversion at 18, he became preacher among the Baptists, working by day and ministering in his spare time. He developed a great burden for the unevangelized in heathen lands and in 1793 he sailed for Bengal, India. He worked untiringly for 34 years, Bible translation, & production, evangelism, church planting, education & medical relief. Carey has generally been acclaimed as "The Father of Modern Missions". 
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79 Carey, William (Mangalwadi, Vishal & Ruth) LEGACY OF WILLIAM CAREY $14.99 SALE $8.99
CB 1999 Paperback; 159 Pgs New 
THIS IS A SHOCKING STORY OF WHAT CAREY ENCOUNTERED IN THE EVILS IN INDIA. This biography about the central character in the story of India's modernization and transformation will help you understand Carey's impact. But the LEGACY of WILLIAM CAREY is more than a biography. It is a charge to all Christians to respond in kind within our own cultures, and to use Carey's example as our model for taking the light of the Gospel into every corner of society. 
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80 Carmichael, Amy (Bingham, Derick) WILD-BIRD CHILD ---A Life of Amy Carmichael $18.99 SALE!--$14.99
Ambassador; 223 Pgs. 2003 2003 Soft cover As New 
Paperback. Like New. During the time of the Raj in India, Amy Carmichael discovered a custom of the time where children were 'married to gods' and so introduced to a life of prostituition. With a mixture of courage and heartbreak she began to uncover the facts, sometimes under disguise, for the Government. After Independence the Indian Government courageously prohibited the practice by law. She and her colleagues provided a safe home for these children against awsomely difficult circumstances at Dohnavur in South India. She wrote thirty-five books. 
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