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John and Betty Stam: To Die is Gain (Trail Blazers Series)

Paperback|Jul 2020
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: John and Betty Stam were a young Christian couple working for The Lord in China. The year was 1934, a turbulent time in history and the Stams were right in the thick of it. Early one morning the call...


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John and Betty Stam were a young Christian couple working for The Lord in China. The year was 1934, a turbulent time in history and the Stams were right in the thick of it. Early one morning the call went out that communist soldiers were approaching their town. Betty was nursing their young baby girl when John decided that perhaps now was the time to leave ... as they began to make their plans the rebel soldiers broke through the walls and soon the sound of rifle buts was being heard as they knocked against the door. Calm in the face of trouble the Stams trusted in their loving heavenly father - and with that faith faced their future whatever that would be.


This is a story of tragedy as well as trust.


It is heartbreaking but full of strength.


It is the story of two young martyrs who believed in God and in his call on their lives.


The painful story of John and Betty Stam retains a spark of hope through the power of their testimony and the life of their infant daughter who survived them.


-Publisher

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Rachel Lane

Rachel Lane trained as a chef in Melbourne, Australia, qualifying at the William Angliss School. She has since worked in fine restaurants in Australia, and as a private chef in estates in France and England. Rachel Lane is also the author of several popular cookbooks.

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