No Ordinary View Paperback
A Season of Faith and Mission in the Himalayas
by Naomi Reed;
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No Ordinary View
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Ten years of civil war, a deteriorating health system, an economic crisis and a political stalemate.
It was a background of hopelessness for the lives of our Nepali friends and the community that we lived in. In such a setting of pain and darkness, how could God reveal his nature? And how could he call me by name? I wasn't sure. I didn't think it was possible.'
From within the uncertainty of Nepal's civil war, Naomi Reed continues the story of her family's desire to train Nepali physiotherapists and share God's love in word and action. Her honesty and genuine longing to see God's purposes and sovereignty make this unforgettable reading.
No Ordinary View by Naomi Reed was published by Authentic in October 2011 and is our 13540th best seller. The ISBN for No Ordinary View is 9781860248436.
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No Ordinary ViewMargaret Walker, via The Good Book Stall
The subtitle – A Season of Faith and Mission in the Himalayas – did not immediately entice me into starting to read this book. However the front cover picture of snow-capped mountains attracted me, and I dipped into the first chapter.
Three hours later I felt privileged to have been asked to review such a splendidly compelling biographical book revealing the joys, sorrows, hardships and fulfilment of a Christian family’s return to Nepal to help train physiotherapists and to share God’s love through the difficult years of the Civil War.
Naomi Reed is an Australian award-winning author whose penmanship and personality combine to make life in this remote, beautiful and oft-troubled country leap from the pages.
The family’s decision to leave Australia to serve for a second time in Nepal was a brave one, especially as they now had three little boys aged between 8 and 2 years. Their story is a real-life adventure, told in a graphic way and enhanced by well-chosen colour photos. You will not put this book down in a hurry and it will probably leave you feeling humbled, full of admiration for Naomi and her family, and eager to read her other books. You might even start wanting to climb Everest!
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Details for No Ordinary View
|Page last updated||30th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Naomi Reed|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Authentic (October 2011)|
|Number of Pages||184|