Category Archives: Missionary Women

Corrie Ten Boom – Meerdere gesprekken -Several Talks In Dutch (audio)

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Power Over Demons by Corrie ten Boom (audio)

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Power in Prayer by Corrie ten Boom (audio)

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Interviewen – Corrie ten Boom (Dutch) (audio)

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Effectual Fervent Prayer by Corrie ten Boom (audio)

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A Letter About Enduring Persecution And Not Escaping It by Corrie Ten Boom

The world is deathly ill. It is dying. The Great Physician has already signed the death certificate. Yet there is still a great work for Christians to do. They are to be streams of living water, channels of mercy to … Continue reading

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More Artwork by Lilias Trotter

 

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Moonless Trust by Elisabeth Elliott

Some of you are perhaps feeling that you are voyaging just now on a moonless sea. Uncertainty surrounds you. There seem to be no signs to follow. Perhaps you feel about to be engulfed by loneliness. There is no one … Continue reading

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Lilias Trotter and the Language Nobody Knows by John Piper

As I write this, my wife Noël is in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she went to speak to a women’s conference. Among her topics was a biography of Lilias Trotter. Trotter went as a missionary to Algeria in 1888 and founded … Continue reading

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CHAPTER V. PHASES OF THOUGHT.

The sound of a sob In the darkness, A child crieth after its Father— “My spirit within me is burning, Consumed with a passionate yearning— Oh, unknown, far away Father!”— No voice answers out of the darkness. Thayumanavar, A thousand … Continue reading

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