If you were a brand-new Christian convert living in the middle of the South Pacific, in the Fiji Islands, would you necessarily hear God call you to establish a college of theology and evangelism? No? Well, fortunately, Narayan Nair felt the Lord place this burden on his heart and without hesitation, he and his wife, Savita, began their life-long devotion to making God's burden happen-beyond all reason. Surviving nearly constant persecution in some form or another-threats of bodily harm, military coups, mutinous leaderships, political and religious unrest, and other challenges to the stability of the whole college program, Nair and God's believers withstood the tests with complete assurance God would prevail. Author Cathy Kreis has assembled a most fascinating history of the establishment of the Fiji College of Theology and Evangelism. You'll get to bounce down the back roads with students and staff going to and from the various venues which are a part of the students' everyday lives-complete with daily activities and menus established to support their survival both physically and spiritually. This modern-day heritage depicts one of God's miracle movements for reaching the lost. Observe how living a lifestyle of trusting God, produces miracles and blessings for those who venture to do major efforts for His Glory. Not only is this a wonderful, historical documentation, complete with visiting missionaries, Beyond All Reason is bound to capture your heart.