Heroes of the Faith Book Series

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Heroes of the Faith 2

The second in series of thrilling and inspirational accounts of brave, dedicated men and women who pioneered Assemblies of God missions. The stories of their lives have inspired others to consider them heroes of the faith. Paper.

Sacrifice & Triumph

A collection of missions accounts from the past and present featuring men and women who faithfully answer God's call. You will gain new courage and and faith as you read about miracles, answered prayer, appearances of angels, and triumph even in death. Paper.

Compelled by Compassion

This fourth Heros of the Faith collection presents incidents in the lives of 10 Assemblies of God missionary couples whose ministries laid foundations for the growth if national churches. Paper.

When God Breaks Through

This collection of true missions stories about remarkable answers to prayer will inspire you to reach out and touch God through personal prayer. Each account will remind you that no night is too darkand no prison so secure that the hand of God cannot break through to minister to those who pray. Paper.

God's Faithfulness

God's Faithfulness in War and Peace vividly portrays God at work. He uses a rain storm to stop a riot, a healing miracle to quiet inner turmoil, and heavenly guards to protect a missionary family. He sends a whistle haifway around the world to bring order out of chaos. This Heroes of the Faith book tells of missionaries facing demonic power, finding God's provision, and ministering in love despite outward circumstances. God's Faithfulness in War and Peace will inspire you to become one of God's heroes right where you are. Paper.

High Adventure in Tibet

Accepting the challenge to carry the gospel into the mysterious land of Tibet, Victor Plymire is a great example of dedication to the missionary call and the cause of Christ. Experience the life and labors of this early Assemblies of God missionary. Paper.

Letters from Lillian

Miracles were a way of life for this dedicated mother. In 1910, 23-year-old Lillian Trasher answered God's call for missionary service in Africa. The following year, she began an orphange in Assiout, Egypt that would be home for thousands of children and widows. Her letters from more than 50 years of service reveal her passion to repair broken lives and minister physically and spiritually to those who otherwise would never have heard the gospel. Paper.