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AILEEN MORROW’S MEMORABLE MEALS
This is a collection of Aileen's best loved recipes comes from a lifetime of cooking and blazing culinary trail through the Christian world. A perfect gift for both the beginner and seasoned chef.
BIBLE TRANSLATION ACTIVITY BOOKLET
For ages 5 - 12, this is an activity booklet with quizzes and colouring pages about Bible Translation.
AGAINST THE WIND
Several hundred Australians over the past 50+ years have made a substantial contribution to the work of Bible translation worldwide in many and varied ways. This is their story.
ANGEL TRACKS IN THE HIMALAYAS
...and other short stories by Gary Shepherd
A collection of short stories that, pieced together, grow into the larger, personal journal of a man, his family and their life amongst the people of Nepal. Each chapter is a vignette of the author's 'God experiences' - miracles as well as a personal testimony of God's love and guidance.
This is a remarkable story of how a people group in PNG found a reason for living. The Binumarien people had faced certain extinction - warfare had scattered and broken them and by 1959 their numbers had dropped to just over 100. Read how the coming of the Scriptures in their own language turned it all around.
DO MISSIONARIES CHANGE CULTURE ? BOOKLET
You will be challenged by these eleven essays about missionaries and their effects on the cultures of the people they went to serve.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Perseverance, overcoming daunting problems, adapting to new cultures within their own country - these are the experiences of national translators in India with great faith, rising to meet the challenges.
MISSIONARIES AND MONEY BOOKLET
The eleven essays about missionaries and money in this booklet will set you thinking about your attitudes towards this sensitive subject.
NOT IN THE COMMON MOULD
David Lithgow burned his school books with relief. He had no further need of them - he was going to be a cattleman. Or so he thought. This book unfolds the story of how he came to enter the field of medicine, then Bible translation, a very different path to what he had originally planned.
TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH – coffee table book
A beautiful photographic essay of the work of translation, literacy and relationships with people groups around the world.
WHAT DO WE DO NOW
The path on which God took Alan & Phyllis Healey constantly ran into situations they felt were beyond them and they kept asking God, 'What do we do now?' Read how God guided and provided each time they sought him with this question.