Penetrating the Stronghold of Islam
Read as Mariel Ward and her husband, Bob, and their four children travel with Wycliffe Bible translators into the most remote and dangerous Muslim areas of the Philippines, where there is no guarantee of support, supplies, or safety. Readers will discover how God faithfully supplied food for them and a whole impoverished village in times of drought, protected their lives against enemies and Muslim extremists, and favored them with miracles in the most hopeless of moments. This is a true and inspiring story of people who gave up all for the call of God-and in turn saw God move on their behalf in extraordinary, miraculous ways. Get ready to be blessed!
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About "Penetrating the Stronghold of Islam"
Meet the Author
Mariel Stearns Ward grew up in China, where her parents were missionaries and members of Watchman Nee's church in Shanghai. The family came back to the United States in the middle of World War II, where she finished high school in New Jersey. After graduating from Houghton College and attending Wheaton College for graduate school, Mariel taught high school for a year before marrying Robert Ward. The Wards have four grown children and fourteen grandchildren.
Table Of Contents
table Of Contents
1 Year Of Decision
2 Tugaya On The Shores Of Lake Lanao
3 A Door Opens In Wao
4 Encounter With The Holy Spirit
5 The Fire Spreads
6 The Blackshirt/ilaga War
7 Dallas Interlude
8 China Flashback
9 Return To Wao
10 Maguindanao, A Second Translation
11 The Maranao Old Testament
12 The Brave Team Of Visayan Evangelists
13 A Year Of Milestones And Celebrations
14 Six Incredible Days On The Lake