Published October 29, 2007
by The Quilldriver .
Written in English
Walking Man is the odyssey of Narciso Zamora"s winding and treacherous path toward finding his calling in missions. Trekking with the Gospel over the mountains and through the jungles of Ecuador, Peru and Chile, often walking for days to reach an isolated settlement of a few families, Zamora’s is a story of Christian triumph in a literal journey of 10,000 miles. Then a new trial faces the Zamora family when his wife"s kidneys fail – caring for a chronically ill spouse.
This modern missions experience will generate due interest in missions. Great for youth groups and book clubs! Includes discussion questions.
Also available in Spanish: Caminante con Dios: En apuros más no desesperados
|Contributions||Michael Cassidy (Afterword), Donna Schillinger (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||198|
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