Norman Ferris stood his ground as a group of 40 or 50 Bellonses warriors held their spears high and thundered across the sacred beach toward him. He had come to this remote island to tell the devil worshipers about the one true God . . . and he wasnt leaving until he did so.Norman wasnt afraid to die, and he wasnt afraid to live, either. In 1927, fully aware of the dangers awaiting them, he and his wife, Ruby, sailed to the Solomon Islands only a year and a half after their marriage. Daunting trials and challenges would follow, but so would profound spiritual victories and miraculous answers to prayer.Actually, this isnt just the story of two courageous missionaries from Australia. This book is full of stories about the incredible power of God in the lives of all those who choose to follow Him because somebody loved them enough to tell them. Head-hunting devil priests included.His condition became so critical that hea#39;d asked a nurse to write a agoodbyea letter for him to Ruby and the children. This letter ... aPastor Ferris, we planned to travel all over the United States visiting many camp meetings on a lecture tour.
|Author||:||Eileen E. Lantry|
|Publisher||:||Review and Herald Pub Assoc - 2009-12-01|