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ABWE Missionary Autobiographies

A Poetic Interlude 

by Millie Crouch

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An autobiographical account presents a delightful picture of missions as Millie tells the often humorous, sometimes frustrating, but always rewarding effort of leading Filipinos to Christ.

A Poetic Interlude

 

Against All Odds

By Jay Walsh

PRICE: $8.00 + shipping

Jay and his wife Eleanor worked in Bangladesh in the areas of evangelism, leadership training and administration. They were especially burdened for the tribal people. Jay learned the language of the Tipperah tribe and worked to see the New Testament translated and printed in their language.

 

From the Prairies of Peru—and Beyond

By Ivor & Ruth Greenslade

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A Canadian family’s adventure along the Amazon — see how these missionary pioneers spread the love of Christ to a lost world through an exciting account of their work in Peru.


 

From Mud Hole to Mission Field

by Mel Cuthbert

PRICE: $12.00 + shipping

“This book is the captivating real-life story of God’s work in the most dynamic mission field in the world, the human heart. Mel’s story combines heart-crushing hurt and adrenaline-pumping hope as God shapes a man to be His fruitful servant…” -Pastor Deric Bartlett, Mississauga, ON

From Mud Hole to Mission Field

In the Air for Him

by Ruth Scheltema

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Ruth relates the exciting and sometimes hair-raising adventures of flying with her pilot-husband for more than 50 years as they pioneered an aviation ministry and put their lives on the line to stay “in the air for Him.”

In the Air for Him

In Judson’s Footsteps

by Elsie Northrup Chaney & Jeannie Lockerbie

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This is a story of Elsie Northrup Chaney, who followed in the footsteps of Adoniram Judson to Burma, and of the Burmese Christian workers supported by ABWE’s GAP ministry.


In Judson’s Footsteps

 

Interwoven

by Russ & Nancy Ebersole

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Interwoven describes the many threads God used to weave together the lives of the people in this book and includes some unusual situations such as a hijacking to Communist China in 1971, and a thrilling military rescue from a Japanese prison camp the day before execution.

Interwoven

Jungle Myths

by Keith Kaynor

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The story of ABWE’s medical work on the Amazon River is filled with personal stories of Brazilians — some who came to Christ — and tells of God’s provision in missionaries’ lives.

Jungle Myths

On Duty in Bangladesh

by Jeannie Lockerbie

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Jeannie – missionary, translator, nurse– tells the personal story of the chaos, confusion, and agony surrounding the birth of the nation. She relives her ordeal as an American in hostile hands and tells how God daily protected her. A fascinating record of daily life in the midst of war.


On Duty in Bangladesh

Pearl from the Orient

by Marjory Miller

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Daughter of ABWE’s first missionaries to China, Marjory grew up speaking two Chinese dialects before speaking English. Read of harrowing escapes from Japanese invaders and Communist insurgents, and God’s protection and provision.

Pearl from the Orient

Port of Two Brothers

by Paul Schlener

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The astonishing story of how God led brothers Paul and John Schlener to a spot on the map named after them, how God spared their lives in incredible and amusing adventures, and how he used them to draw hundreds of indigenous people to Himself.

Port of Two Brothers

Ripe Mangoes

by Jay Walsh

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This book presents touching mini-biographies of Bangladeshis who have stepped from Hinduism, Buddhism, and many other walks of life, into the light of Christ. Veteran missionary Jay Walsh compares the work of missions to mango picking. First one mango, then another, becomes ripe.


Single Hearted

by Mary Lou Brownell

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“Singlehearted portrays the passions of a new nation emerging from a bruising war – and the compassion of a dedicated nurse who cared for the people in many beautiful ways…”
—Viggo B. Olsen, author of Daktar/founder of Memorial Christian Hospital, Bangladesh

Single Hearted

Under the Shadow of the Dragon

by Harry Ambacher

PRICE: $15.00 + shipping

From 1965 to 1999, ABWE’s ministry in Hong Kong grew from three small missionary churches to more than 30 vibrant churches with Chinese pastors. With riveting accounts of Mao Tse-tung’s Cultural Revolution and the Beijing Massacre in Tiananmen Square, this book is a must read.

Under the Shadow of the Dragon

When Sea Billows Roll

by Paul Schlener

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World War II veteran, Paul Schlener, tells his story of living through one of the most terrifying typhoons in naval history. Read how it changed his life forever and lead him to a life of missions. This is a prequel to Port of Two Brothers.


When Sea Billows Roll

With Scalpel & the Sword

by Lincoln D Nelson, M.D

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Surgeon Link Nelson and his wife Lenore went to the Philippines to bring physical and spiritual healing. As their medical skills won souls to Christ, the Nelson family also experienced numerous adventures. The Nelsons established the Bethel Baptist Hospital and helped open two other mission hospitals.

With Scalpel & the Sword