Mission Possible

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Tyndale House Publishers, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 182 pages
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The dynamic true story of Bible translator Marilyn Laszlo. Journey through the jungles of Papua New Guinea as she shares her adventures bringing the Word of God to the Sepik Iwam tribe.

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User Review  - Faith Jane Hunter - Christianbook.com

This is a fantastic book about a woman who has a realChrist-like heart for the lost. She has gone through a lot, but with her faith in her Lord and Master, she was able to accomplish what many of us ... Read full review

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User Review  - tracygrider - LibraryThing

Inspiring story of Marilyn Laszlo's mission service in a remote area of Papa New Guinea working with Wycliffe translators. A 25 year mission to translate the new testament into the native unwritten tongue in a remote village, Hauna. Co-authored. I wish Marilyn had written it in her own words. Read full review

Contents

Death Wailing
1
A Hasty Retreat
11
Marriage or Missions?
17
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Laszlo is a frequent speaker at mission events.

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