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Unafraid of the Sacred Forest

Ronaldo Lidorio

Unafraid of the Sacred Forest

Ronaldo Lidorio

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Are there still missionaries in Africa Surely not Hasnt a westernised media reached everywhere Yet there are still places largely undisturbed by the modern world places where a foreigner is someone from a village 5 miles away.Strange societies where there are only 6 days to the week and no such thing as a year and consequently no birthdays Where polygamy is a virtue and sisters are regularly swapped Where the most powerful people in a village are not tribal chiefs but Witch Doctors who have practiced their art for fathomless yearsPlaces held sacred for millennia places where to be afraid is good for your chances of survival. In such places live the Konkomba.In this exciting story of modern missionary endeavour a strong countercultural theme of sacrifice comes through. Ronald and Rossana Lidorio working on the foundations of others have seen 17 churches planted in this previously unreached area and 81 church leaders trained. The Konkomba tribes are now sending their own evangelists into other areas to bring the Good News of Christ to more people.Ghana is considered one of the success stories of West Africa. Its government is relatively stable and the widespread use of English gives it easier access to the world at large. Ronaldo and Rossana Lidorio missionaries with W.E.C. International did not go to the lightly Westernised south but to the north of Ghana where they faced formidable cultural and language barriers illiteracy and human sacrifice.Would you be unafraid of the Sacred Forest

- Publisher Are there still missionaries in Africa? Surely not Hasnt a westernised media reached everywhere? Yet - there are still places largely undisturbed by the modern world, places where a foreigner is someone from a village 5 miles away. Strange societies - where there are only 6 days to the week and no such thing as a year (and consequently no birthdays)? Where polygamy is a virtue and sisters are regularly swapped? Where the most powerful people in a village are not tribal chiefs but Witch Doctors, who have practiced their art for fathomless years? Places held sacred for millennia places where to be afraid is good for your chances of survival. In such places live the Konkomba. In this exciting story of modern missionary endeavour a strong, counter-cultural theme of sacrifice comes through. Ronald and Rossana Lidorio, working on the foundations of others, have seen 17 churches planted in this previously un-reached area - and 81 church leaders trained. The Konkomba tribes are now sending th

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Are there still missionaries in Africa Surely not Hasnt a westernised media reached everywhere Yet there are still places largely undisturbed by the modern world places where a foreigner is someone from a village 5 miles away.Strange societies where there are only 6 days to the week and no such thing as a year and consequently no birthdays Where polygamy is a virtue and sisters are regularly swapped Where the most powerful people in a village are not tribal chiefs but Witch Doctors who have practiced their art for fathomless yearsPlaces held sacred for millennia places where to be afraid is good for your chances of survival. In such places live the Konkomba.In this exciting story of modern missionary endeavour a strong countercultural theme of sacrifice comes through. Ronald and Rossana Lidorio working on the foundations of others have seen 17 churches planted in this previously unreached area and 81 church leaders trained. The Konkomba tribes are now sending their own evangelists into other areas to bring the Good News of Christ to more people.Ghana is considered one of the success stories of West Africa. Its government is relatively stable and the widespread use of English gives it easier access to the world at large. Ronaldo and Rossana Lidorio missionaries with W.E.C. International did not go to the lightly Westernised south but to the north of Ghana where they faced formidable cultural and language barriers illiteracy and human sacrifice.Would you be unafraid of the Sacred Forest
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Are there still missionaries in Africa? Surely not Hasnt a westernised media reached everywhere? Yet - there are still places largely undisturbed by the modern world, places where a foreigner is someone from a village 5 miles away. Strange societies - where there are only 6 days to the week and no such thing as a year (and consequently no birthdays)? Where polygamy is a virtue and sisters are regularly swapped? Where the most powerful people in a village are not tribal chiefs but Witch Doctors, who have practiced their art for fathomless years? Places held sacred for millennia places where to be afraid is good for your chances of survival. In such places live the Konkomba. In this exciting story of modern missionary endeavour a strong, counter-cultural theme of sacrifice comes through. Ronald and Rossana Lidorio, working on the foundations of others, have seen 17 churches planted in this previously un-reached area - and 81 church leaders trained. The Konkomba tribes are now sending th
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Ronaldo Lidorio

Ronaldo & Rossana Lidorio are Brazilians who were missionaries in Northern Ghana for many years. Continuing their work amongst unreached nations.

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  • Catalogue Code 261328
  • Product Code 9781845502355
  • ISBN 1845502353
  • EAN 9781845502355
  • Pages 128
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Christian Focus Publications
  • Publication Date Dec 2007
  • Sales Rank #88688
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 x 9 mm
  • Weight 0.120kg

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