Winepress PublishingAfrica: Lord Hang Onto Me and Don't Let Go
Anyone who thinks living a life of faith is dull and boring should read this book. It is crystal clear that God can and does use ordinary people of any age or backround who will trust and follow Divine leadership to accomplish the work of the Great Commission. This book proves that God can make his plans come about without being time bound. Martha Oldham's grandfather wanted to go to Africa in 1900 as a missionary byt never got to go because her grandmother could never meet the physical requirements. Martha grew up knowing her grandfather never felt fulfilled. That dream between Martha's grandfather and the Lord took a full century to be fulfilled throuh a granddaughter who was in her mid 50's the first time she went to Africa in God's name. The book tells of the four trips Martha made to Zaire, Kenya, Ghana and finally Rwanda and Tanzania. The book opens God's doors for Martha in spite of obstacles and occasional danger. Those who read the book will be challenged to go through the doors God opens to us all in many ways as he takes us on a grand adventure in faith.
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