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HOW THE MOKEN SEA GYPSIES GOT THEIR BOOK

Naw Say Bay’s story

A simple and light read but with stories of profound acts of faith that will challenge us to live better for the Lord. It documents the journey of an individual who has set out in her heart to follow closely after the Lord and how He used her greatly. Aunty Say Bay falls in love with a people group whom she calls ‘her precious and rare black pearls of the Andaman Sea’ and sets out in translating the Word of God to their language and eventually getting their Book….

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LONGHOUSES OPEN DOORS

God’s Glory in Borneo

“Is Jesus your Lord, Master and Saviour?”

How much of our personal ambitions are we willing to let go and allow God to take full control of our lives?
These questions capture the essence of our Christian faith.

“Longhouses Open Doors” is a first person narrative about ordinary men and women, like you and I, obediently answering God’s call to repentance and discipleship for one purpose – God’s glory through His church.

In this book, you will read of God’s love and goodness to the people of Sarawak in Borneo – the Iban, Kayan, Kenyah, Penan, Kelabit, Melanau and many others during the period of the World War II….

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THE MULTILINGUAL GOD

Stories of Translation

Anyone who is not familiar with what Wycliffe Bible Translators do should read this book. As Christians, we sometimes forget what is happening outside our own world of influence. That includes the wider missionary movement. We forget too that the Bible we have is a product of many years of study and work and we are very fortunate to have it in a language that we understand. There are many who do not have the same opportunity.

“The multilingual God” is a book for all and particularly, for those who are interested to know more about the exciting and privileged work of Bible translation. If the title of the book hasn’t already caught your attention, the stories in it will definitely do that. You will read stories of how God is calling His children to bring the Gospel story to the ends of the earth. There are stories about how various individuals, called by God, move from the comforts of their own homes to….

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