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Cambodian Harvest

Rhonda Pooley
Australian Author
Cambodian Harvest
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Cambodian Harvest

Rhonda Pooley

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There are many ways in which ethical business and missionary effort have joined forces, bringing dignity and freedom to the world's most vulnerable people. This is the true story of one such enterprise, relating Marion Fromm's extraordinary work among landmine survivors in Cambodia.

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There are many ways in which ethical business and missionary effort have joined forces, bringing dignity and freedom to the world's most vulnerable people. This is the true story of one such enterprise, relating Marion Fromm's extraordinary work among landmine survivors in Cambodia.
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A single woman in her sixties travels to Cambodia to set up a dried fruit factory a project to provide landmine survivors with an income and hope for the future. Overcoming official corruption, cultural prejudice and minimal financial support, her inspirational story will challenge everyone who thinks they are too broken or too old to make an impact for God in this world.
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Rhonda Pooley

Rhonda Pooley describes herself as a late developer. During a university education started in her mid forties, her childhood interest in creative writing was re-ignited, finally bursting into flame when she retired. Since 2003 she has been travelling regularly to Cambodia and Finland, in response to dreams and visions about these nations. And while she rates her later years more productive than her early ones, she cites her long marriage to husband, James, and the raising of four children as worthy and delightful achievements of her youth.

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It's not too late and you're not too old!
4 stars By Rhonda Pooley, Jan 10 2014
When Marion Fromm experienced an open vision of a dried fruit factory to employ disable land mine survivors, she left her home in Australia to live in a country still recovering from the ravages of the  Khymer Rouge and twenty years of civil war. She was told she was too old, wasn't suited to work in an Asian culture, and had insufficient funds to be successful. But Marion believed God! The result is a remarkable example of business as mission and a rapidly growing church among land mine survivors. The story of this modern day book of Acts will challenge you to resurrect your own dreams and trust God. 
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  • Catalogue Code 391413
  • Product Code 9781921632792
  • ISBN 1921632798
  • EAN 9781921632792
  • Pages 180
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Even Before Publishing
  • Publication Date Apr 2014
  • Sales Rank #91375
  • Dimensions 210 x 148 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.266kg

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