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Fire on the Mountain



SKU# 0816319626

By Norma Youngberg

ISBN: 0816319626 | 96 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2003

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A classic story of good versus evil

Saksee clung to the old ways of his tribe. Drums, drinking, dancing – these things pleased him. He tried to push out of his mind all thoughts of Rajin’s God. But Saksee could not quiet the voice speaking to his heart! Many of the people – even his own family – were turning to this God who brings love, happiness, and healing. Afraid and in pain, Saksee calls out to the One his heart longs to know. His tiny mustard seed of faith begins to grow.

In this mission adventure, first published 40 years ago, Norma Youngberg weaves a classic story about the struggle between good and evil in every heart. It’s a story that’s as fresh as ever for a new generation of young readers. With illustrations and vivid word pictures, Fire on the Mountain tells of a God so loving that no place is too far for Him to find - and no soul is too lost for Him to save.

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A classic story of good versus evil

Saksee clung to the old ways of his tribe. Drums, drinking, dancing – these things pleased him. He tried to push out of his mind all thoughts of Rajin’s God. But Saksee could not quiet the voice speaking to his heart! Many of the people – even his own family – were turning to this God who brings love, happiness, and healing. Afraid and in pain, Saksee calls out to the One his heart longs to know. His tiny mustard seed of faith begins to grow.

In this mission adventure, first published 40 years ago, Norma Youngberg weaves a classic story about the struggle between good and evil in every heart. It’s a story that’s as fresh as ever for a new generation of young readers. With illustrations and vivid word pictures, Fire on the Mountain tells of a God so loving that no place is too far for Him to find - and no soul is too lost for Him to save.

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Author Norma Youngberg
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Norma Youngberg


During her adventurous life, Norma Youngberg was a prolific writer and creative writing teacher. Her classic books such as Nyla and the White Crocodile, Singer on the Sand, Headhunter Hostage, and many others reveal the power of the gospel among primitive jungle peoples, and are favorites still today. Norma was born in Iowa and grew up in South Dakota. She came from a family of teachers, missionaries, and writers. Norma and husband Gustavus spent 20 years in the mission field, raised a family of six, and pioneered work among headhunters on the Tatau River of Sarawak.