Series: Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits

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Beyond the Mist: The Story of Donald and Dorothy Fairley by David Thompson
The Pearl and the Dragon: The Story of Gerhard and Alma Jacobson (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by S. Winifred Jacobson
On Call by David C. Thompson3
Giants walked among us : the story of Paul and Ina Bartel by Anthony G. Bollback28

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  1. Tears for the Smaller Dragon: The Story of Jim and Jean Livingston (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Jean Livingston (1997)
  2. A Man for All Nations: The Story of Clyde and Ruth Taylor (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Carolyn Curtis (1998)
  3. By an Unfamiliar Path: The Story of David and Arlene Peters (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by David J. Peters (1994)
  4. Both Feet on God's Path: The Story of Julie Fehr (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Lisa M. Rohrick (1996)
  5. To China and Back (Jaffray Collection) by Anthony G. Bollback (1991)
  6. Please Leave Your Shoes at the Door (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Corrine Sahlberg (1991)
  7. To Vietnam with Love: The Story of Charlie and E.G. Long (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Charlie Long (1995)
  8. A Light to All Japan: The Story of Susan Dyck (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Eugene Neudorf (1998)
  9. Heart for Imbabura (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Charles W. Shepson (1992)
  10. The Battle for Bali: The Story of Rodger and Lelia Lewis (Marquette Studies in Theology) by A. Rodger Lewis (1999)
  11. No Sacrifice Too Great: The Story of Ernest and Ruth Presswood (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Ruth Presswood Hutchins (1993)
  12. The Promise: The Story of Ed and Virginia Jacober (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Virginia Jacober (1994)
  13. One Shall Chase A Thousand (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Mabel Francis (1993)
  14. A White Lady Doing Nothing in the Tropics: The Story of Herman and Mary Dixon (Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits) by Mary Dixon (1996)
  15. Weak Thing in Moni Land: The Story of Bill and Gracie Cutts by William A. Cutts (1990)

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