This book is a modern day missionary story of an ordinary farm boy who grew up in the hills of southern Ohio. For the past fifty years he has literally traveled the world experiencing the thrills and excitement of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with people of all ages and from many cultures. His mother never imagined the day she gave birth to a 9 lb. 8 oz. blond headed, brown-eyed boy that he would one day stare down a gun barrel held by a masked man on the other side of the world. Especially when the man raised the gun a few inches over his head and fired it three times, then barked the orders that he get out of the van, he was in, and walk to the back of it where another masked man held a bundle of rope. I am sure your life will be challenged and your heart blessed as you read about how our God of miracles can take an introvert of the introverts and enable him to share Christ with hundreds of thousands of young people and adults from all cultures and backgrounds around the world. As you read the pages of this book think about how the God of the Bible loves you and wants to use you to touch the lives of people that need to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. Lou Nicholes is a graduate of Philadelphia Biblical University. He has spent over 50 years serving the Lord with Word of Life Fellowship, first with Local Church Ministries as a missionary in the United States. He then started and directed a short-term missions program called Youth Reachout, taking over 2000 young people to 42 countries in 12 years. More recently he has been the Word of Life Asia Representative, traveling to various countries, recruiting potential staff, and helping establish new ministries while holding "Family Life" and "Mission Recruitment" seminars. Lou has authored a popular tract entitled "How to Get to Heaven From . . . " which is available in every state in the U.S. and several foreign countries and a Scripture Memory packet entitled "Memory Verses for Happy Homes." Lou and his wife, Thelma, are the parents of three married children and they have ten grandchildren. Presently all of the children and grandchildren are serving as missionaries, with Word of Life in Asia. Lou has also written a devotional commentary on every chapter in the Bible and it is available on the internet at www.Family-Times.net or you can have it sent to your e-mail each morning.