• Kidnapped! Russell stared at three machine guns pointed at him. After attempting to escape, he lowered his head and waited to die. The guerillas had captured this young missionary in the jungles of Colombia. Russell’s response and faith will inspire young readers in their own walk with the Lord, while real life adventure and humorous missteps will keep them glued to the pages. Versions Available For Any Donation:
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  • Minutes before, the prosecutor had made his opening statement projecting only hatred and contempt toward my father, a missionary charged with rebellion. The police had arrested him the night before by covertly setting a trap. The press had already shamed and ridiculed him nationally and internationally, proclaiming his guilt on headline news before the hearing had even begun. The cold demeanor of the judge terrified us and the odds seemed to be undeniably stacked against my dad. I looked at the judge's stern, intimidating eyes and wondered what my father would decide. She had laid the choice before him. He could face the trial (and be charged with 15 years or more in prison if she declared him guilty) or leave Colombia forever. "Choose the States," I prayed, "Who knows what will happen to you here." Versions Available For Any Donation:
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  • Inside Colombian Adventures Children's Version you will read about the guerrillas who captured a young missionary in the jungles of Colombia. Russell’s response and faith will inspire young readers in their own walk with the Lord, while real life adventure and humorous missteps will keep them glued to the pages.

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  • The adventures in this book are rivaled only by the incredible conversions of those who saw the Creator in nature and then worshipped Him too. You will be challenged and inspired by the results of one man who went where the Lord led, with little regard for himself. In 1868 Reverend Egerton Ryerson Young was pastoring a thriving Methodist church in Hamilton, Ontario. He and his wife Elizabeth were married in December of that year. A few days after their marriage God called them to serve as missionaries among the Cree and Saulteaux Indians at Norway House, and in the North-West Territories north of Lake Winnipeg. By Canoe and Dog Train is Reverend Young's own account of the adventures, blessings, and hardships he and his family experienced while sharing the gospel with the Indian people of Canada's northland.

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  • What would cause a serious minded civil engineer, a graduate from the University of Minnesota; to give up his successful career, sell all of his possessions and move his family with three small children to a primitive (almost Stone Age) tribe of indigenous people? In 1964, Chad Stendal took this leap of faith which landed him in the high mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in the country of Colombia, South America. He was not there to change their culture; instead he offered them real physical assistance in the form of medical and practical concern for their wellbeing, which ushered in what they themselves would later call "The Golden Years".

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