The Hardest Place Helen Miller

ISBN: 9781553069966

Published: January 1st 2006

Paperback

272 pages


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The Hardest Place  by  Helen Miller

The Hardest Place by Helen Miller
January 1st 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 272 pages | ISBN: 9781553069966 | 5.37 Mb

. a missionary hero of a different sort - far more like you and me. In The Hardest Place, Helen Miller introduces powerful, passionate Warren & Dorothy Modricker. As part of Warrens team her personal knowledge brings this biography alive. SheMore. a missionary hero of a different sort - far more like you and me. In The Hardest Place, Helen Miller introduces powerful, passionate Warren & Dorothy Modricker. As part of Warrens team her personal knowledge brings this biography alive. She saw their strengths and weaknesses and shares their love for the Somali People.

This is the story of reaching a culture damaged by sin and colonization, embittered toward one another by Communism and shattered by the remaining tribalism. Both God and faith are alive and well in this book. Brian Seim, Director, SIM Culture Connexions Helen Miller has captured the vision, passion and sacrifice of Warren and Dorothy Modrickers lives. They gave all their energy and gifts to bring the gospel and the written Word to the Somali people.

Their children are also heroes in this account and deserve our thanks. The Modrickers story represents that of many other pioneers who gave their love and energy to open the way for the gospel in unreached places. You will be awed and challenged as you read this account. One day Somali brothers and sisters will be singing in the eternal choir that gives praise to the Lamb Dr.

Jim Plueddeman, former General Director of SIM International Through grade school and high school, Helen Miller had a strong desire to write. With the passage of time, that desire was supplanted by the desire to go to Africa and minister to Muslims. After high school, she enrolled in Multnomah School of the Bible, graduating in 1956. She sailed for Somalia in 1962.

While there she met John Miller, who would become her husband. They served in Somalia until 1972, followed by stints in Ethiopia (1974-76) and Kenya (1977-89). They moved to Caronport, SK, where Helen returned to school and revisited her desire to write. After graduating with a BA in 1991, the Millers moved to Toronto to minister with Somali people. The Hardest Place is Helens second book.



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