The Amish are widely known and appreciated for their quiet
industry, their religious devotion, and their unique culture, but they have
rarely produced stories of cross-cultural missionaries. Until now, that is.
Miss Nancy is the inspiring and fascinating story of God's work in the
life of an Amish missionary to Belize. As a result of her years of selfless
service to the small Central American nation, Miss Nancy Coblentz is known and
loved by thousands, from street waifs to statesmen, from paupers to a prime
minister. Whether in drudgery, danger, or success, Miss Nancy's dauntless faith
and devotion have inspired and challenged countless people. Her story is both
entertaining and edifying. As you read it, you will be amazed at the God who
uses ordinary people to produce extraordinary results.
About the Author:
Harvey Yoder was born in 1951 and raised in an Amish
community until he was 20. He joined a Mennonite church and lived in various
communities until he moved with his wife and family to Western NC in 2000, where
they are active in a non-denominational community church. He has travelled all
over the world to gather material for his over 14 books, and counting. "The
worst thing about being an author is the traveling and the best thing is meeting
ordinary people with amazing testimonies." All of his books are the result
of hours of personal interviews.
Like a Mighty Wind
Otto Pray! Otto Pray!
Men and Mountains
My Journey to Faith
Prison to Praise
Raised from the
Run, Baby, Run
The Heavenly Man
The Legacy of William Carey
The Long Road Home
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