In 1922 Isobel Miller was a senior at the University of British Columbia-beautiful, talented, popular-and so miserable that she wanted to die. In her despair she began a search that was to last a lifetime: the search to know God. Her investigation led to the Bible and to Jesus Christ, and one day God gave her the desire to share what she had learned with the Lisu Tribe of southwest China. Ten years passed before Isobel and her husband were finally sent to the Lisu's mountain wilderness. She grew to love the people dearly, and in her adventurous life she experienced the challenges of pioneer living, the perils of war and the joys of proving the faithfulness of God. 170 pages, softcover from Journeyforth.
Customer Reviews for Nothing Daunted: The Story of Isobel Kuhn
Review 1 for Nothing Daunted: The Story of Isobel Kuhn
Date:June 9, 2008
This is an incredible book! Biographies can sometimes be only moderately entertaining. Nothing Daunted was entertaining, and very inspiring. I have shared my book with my children and their grandmother, so anyone will enjoy it! Mrs. Miller had a wonderful saying "If this struggle is from you Lord then I accept it, if it is from satan, I reject it." I will try to adopt this manner of faith. Reading Nothing Daunted is a great way to spend your time.