Larry Rogers pastored four churches in the Appalachian Conference before his retirement. After his retirement, he and Margaret felt called to go to Morocco as missionaries. Their ministry sometimes included humble tasks like feeding the hungry and cleaning the streets. There were other days when the Lord led them to influential businessmen, political figures, and other missionaries. Their days were never ordinary. God spoke sometimes in a still, small voice and sometimes with a shout. Larry went to the medina and prayed for the city every morning. He built a rapport with the merchants. They began to talk about their problems to him when he would stop by their shops. They would ask him to pray with them and they soon learned Jesus was not just a prophet but a living God who continues to work in the lives of men and women today. God honored his prayers and gave him souls for his labor. Margaret taught English as a second language. They both constantly shared the scriptures when they had the opportunity. They endured hardships and losses but the blood of Jesus covered them every day in all of their endeavors. They smuggled Bibles and other Christian literature in to a country where they could have been imprisoned or seriously punished for their faith. Larry joined the company of the saints on January 18, 2012. Margaret continues to pray for the many people that they witnessed to in Morocco and to serve the Lord in her retirement in Dublin, Virginia. You may order additional copies of this book at your local bookstore or by contacting the author. email@example.com
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