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Lyla Peterson

Book Title: 

Whispered Prayer: MAMA SUSAN TABIA & THE ORPHANS OF SUDAN 

One Sudanese in poor health. Hundreds of war orphans without hope. Susan Tabia saw them in her dreams, these children whose families were devastated in Sudan's civil war. In 1994 she followed her dreams into the refugee camps of northern Uganda, bringing love and compassion into desperate situations. Along the war-torn border of Sudan, her faith would be tested as she stared terror in the face, including a show down with the LRA. Join Mama Susan on a journey of faith over fear, as she offers these vulnerable children fresh hope and a bright future.

Available from the author by contacting Portland Christian Network Services.

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Charles F. Stanley

Book Title:

Advancing Through Adversity: Rediscovering God's Faithfulness Through Difficult Times 

Bible Study Series. "God has a plan and a purpose for each of us, and He can turn things to good regardless of the situation we face. These two key principles–rooted in Scripture and evidenced in the lives of Christians throughout the ages–should color the lenses through which all followers of Christ view adversity."

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Barna

Book Title:

The Great Disconnect: A Barna Report produced in Partnership with Mission India 

"Discover new ways to engage your entire congregation in more effective missions strategies". 

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Matthew Casey

Book Title:

The Return: An end-time epistle to the Church in America

 "This book will rekindle your passion for Christ, refresh your love for His Church, renew your burden for the lost, and revive your vision for how you can be a vessel of God's love and power in these Last Days. Read prayerfully... and expect to be changed".

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Ministry Magazine

Book Title:

Ministry International Journal for Pastors; June/July 2022

 Four-time winner of the 2020 Associated Church Press Award. "Easy to read and make readers feel like they are joining in a conversation and not being lectured or preached at."

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