Love Has A Face by Michelle Perry

I have several missionary friends and I have heard so many wonderful stories of faith, and hope, and God's great ability to reach out and draw His children to Himself. This is basically all those stories in one sweet book. Michelle Perry has done a wonderful job in journaling about her experiences in the Sudan. She is disabled only in body, in mind and Spirit she is a mighty arm of God and I highly recommend this book to all Christians. You will be so blessed and you will be so amazed at God's power, peace, fruitfulness, and His all consuming love seen through the eyes of one of His missionaries.

You can read more about this book here.

Michele Perry is the founding field ministry coordinator for Iris Ministries in Southern Sudan under Rolland and Heidi Baker. Born without her left hip and leg and other birth defects, she endured 23 surgeries by age 13. A native of Florida, Michele studied at Baylor and has previously served in Bangladesh, India, and the inner cities of the U.S. She is also an artist, photographer, and poet. Michele wrote most of Love Has a Face on an old computer by a kerosene lamp in a bullet-hole ridden shell of a building in Southern Sudan. Her writing was punctuated by the occasional AK-47 shot.

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