Vital Records of Brown County, Indiana: 1882-2000 Death, Volume 2

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AuthorHouse, Sep 1, 2006 - History - 316 pages
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This is a story about a destiny-tested mission through God''s love, communication and given purpose, without partiality.  An E to H tells how God used the normal responsibilities of a single parent to train a mother of five, for a mission to serve strangers of another culture.

Step-by-step, readers will see this simple woman--with ordinary weaknesses, doubts, and fears overcome many shortcomings, in order to make a difference in hundreds of lives for children in the slums of Kenya.  Across the years, every job and experience prepared her for this role in life.

Equipped with the unconventional weapon of having an "ear to hear" God speaking was all she had to stand against the many oppressing challenges, at every turn.  Page after page of wickedness in high places, deprivations in an under-developed country, satanic forces, and even death team up to defeat her mission.  As the 6-year mission drew to a close, the devil''s next attack required a direct intervention by the angels of the Lord. 

In the church world, many talented people that love the Lord and desire to be used by Him are waiting to be ''assigned for duty'' by the hierarchy.  This story testifies that it is not necessary to be a high-profile, church elite to be effectively used in God''s service.

To the laity, read AN EAR to HEAR as not just another story, but let it serve as your job notice:  Vacancies for men, women, young and old, YOU have already qualified--Hear His voice and let Him create your resume.



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