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How green is my mountain by Ruth Klaasen
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How green is my mountain

by Ruth Klaasen

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Ruth Klaasen weaves a story of joy and romance, boldness and humility, hardship and sickness, birth and death. More than a story, this account takes us into the life and lifestyle of a North American family who lived for Jesus Christ in an international community in a foreign country. Struggles with assimilating a new and very different culture, failures to communicate with servants and neighbors, questions of conflicting values, difficulties of explaining the gospel, the issue of what church to join, these blend together with problems we all face in realizing God's presence in our lives. Here, too, are vignettes of Filipino and overseas students, local Christians and foreigners from many countries, some of whom find new life and begin to grow in Christ. This is the story of how a loving heavenly Father worked in the life of one person, one couple, one family, in a culture foreign to their own, so that he could work through them.
  BethanyBible | Feb 1, 2010 |
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