Poorest of the Poor?: The Peoples of the West African Sahel Paperback

The Peoples of the West African Sahel

by Glen Myers;


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Poorest of the Poor?: The Peoples of the West African Sahel

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Examines the barriers to the Gospel in the Sahel, such as the unique, spirit-manipulating, spell-casting world of West African Islam. A story of:◦ Remarkable people surviving against the odds.◦ The way many African cultures are great at survival in extreme situations but less good at promoting economic growth.◦ The unseen spiritual issues that are widely known among the people themselves, and widely ignored or ridiculed in the West.◦ Compelling research showing how responses among peoples in West Africa were dependent on when the first missionaries arrived. Always, some pioneering family needs to spend a lifetime serving among a people, often seeing little response to their message. The mass turning to Christ often happens among the next generation.

Poorest of the Poor?: The Peoples of the West African Sahel by Glen Myers was published by Authentic in October 1998. The ISBN for Poorest of the Poor?: The Peoples of the West African Sahel is 9781850782995.

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    Author / Artist
    Book Formatpaperback
    PublisherAuthentic (October 1998)
    Weight95g
    Number of Pages164
    Thickness5 mm
    Height139 mm
    Width215 mm
    ISBN9781850782995
    ISBN-101850782997
    Product Code10489
    Page last updated 2nd October 2017
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