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Born out of wedlock, unwanted at birth, how did Greg Livingstone become a pioneer in missions to unreached Muslim peoples? This delightful account, full of compelling humour, strange experiences, and self-deprecating honesty, is a page-turning tour de force.
Greg's burden for the millions of Muslims who had no opportunity to hear the gospel led to the launching of Frontiers, a mission agency focusing exclusively on church planting amongst Muslim communities. Today, Frontiers is a movement of 1,300 workers in some fifty countries of Africa and Asia.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Monarch Books
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 7.75 X 5.00 (inches)|
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Sue5 Stars Out Of 5You will love this book!August 21, 2014SueThis book was very moving! You will experience a spiritual uplift when you read this. It is definitely worth the read.