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Tyndale House Mission Possible

Giving up a comfortable life as a teacher, Marilyn poured herself into Bible translation. Strange sights, sounds, and customs became a way of life, but the payoff far exceeded anything she had imagined. Mission Possible is the story of Marilyn Laszlo's relentless efforts to translate the Word of God into the Sepik Iwam language resulting in the transformation of an entire people group.
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Review 1 for Mission Possible
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Date:May 8, 2010
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Tiger
This is a fantastic book about a woman who has a realChrist-like heart for the lost. She has gone through a lot, but with her faith in her Lord and Master, she was able to accomplish what many of us think as impossible.But for her it was a "mission possible." I have seen a video that was made about her mission and it was excellent.
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Date:May 16, 2002
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Todd Myra
I don't normally like biographies- but this book is really great- very highly recommended!
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Date:May 1, 2000
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Julie Kroneman
If you even half way like mission books, you will have a hard time putting this down. Marilyn Laszlo goes into the virgin jungles of Papua New Guinea to translate the Bible into their language. It is exciting to see what God did in that little village as 14 boys and a Shaman help Marilyn translate the Word.
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