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A Rainbow of Saris: Four True Stories of Missionary Women in India. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.
by Janice Kerper Brauer. Release Date: April 1996. Publisher: Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Select Format: Paperback.
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The True Story of One Woman's Triumph of FaithNewlywed American missionary Darlene Deibler Rose survived four years in a notorious Japanese prison camp set deep. Best book i have ever read! Will encourage you to trust Jesus even more! I'm a lover of Christian biographies. The stories of men and women of God who boldly and unashamedly lived a life of sacrifice for the glory of God are. 31 Days of Missionary Stories: Darlene Deibler Rose, Missionary POW. Read it.
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four true stories of missionary women in India. Published 1996 by International Lutheran Women's Missionary League in St. Louis, Mo. Written in English. Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Women missionaries, Missions, Biography. 156 p. : Number of pages.
These missionary stories are quite fascinating. The true, adventurous stories of missionaries throughout the world keep them on the edge of their seat and always leave them wanting to hear more. There are a few dozen stories in this book. Some of the stories are well known (like Jim Elliott's martyrdom) while most others would otherwise be lost if this author hadn't retold them in this book. The contents of this book will remind you that God is real, loving, and active in the lives of people everywhere.