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In the jungles of Liberia, "Mother Eliza," as they called her, rescued little girls from marriages to old men and provided education for tribal people. She raised funds during the difficult economy of the Great Depression and persuaded government leaders to donate land for her mission work.
You will be moved and inspired by the fascinating story of this brave and tireless hero of the faith, who, during her 100 years on this earth, left her indelible, enduring mark on a people and a land.
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Vendor: Discovery House
Publication Date: 2012
Lorry Lutz and her husband Allen spent more than twenty years as missionaries in South Africa, serving with African Evangelical Fellowship. They co-founded Youth Alive, a youth ministry organization that still operates today in several southern African countries under African leadership. Lorry has published eight books, including Partnering in Ministry (with Luis Bush) and Women as Risk Takers for God. She is a senior associate of Women of Global Action and is a founder and coordinator of the AD2000 Women's track. Lorry and her husband live in Colorado.