Against All Odds Paperback
God at Work in an Impossible Situation
by Elizabeth Goldsmith;
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Against All Odds
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Jungle guerrillas. Flying bullets. Rampant idolatry. An inconceivable number of languages. Hatred of westerners.
When OMF International began its work in Malaysia the odds piled against were enormous, and there was little evidence the God would break through. Using the testimonies of Malaysian Christian leaders and the experiences of early OMF workers, Elizabeth recounts how God has radically transformed the whole situation.
This will be an encouragement to all who struggle in small stagnant churches and difficult circumstances.
Against All Odds by Elizabeth Goldsmith was published by Authentic in May 2007 and is our 16695th best seller. The ISBN for Against All Odds is 9781850787594.
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Against All OddsGeorge Taylor, via The Good Book Stall
Elizabeth Goldsmith allows the testimonies of Malaysian Christian leaders to tell of their struggle just before and since Malayan independence to establish their church in that country. Faced with armed insurgency, an amazing array of local languages, enormous social difficulties and political indifference; the OMS missionaries carried God's word to the people and have established a lively and vibrant church in Malaysia
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Details for Against All Odds
|Author / Artist||Elizabeth Goldsmith|
|Publisher||Authentic (May 2007)|
|Number of Pages||244|
|Page last updated||2nd May 2017|