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Broken Stick (eBook)



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By Eileen E. Lantry

ISBN: 9780812750393 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2009

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Norman Ferris stood his ground as a group of 40 or 50 Bellonses warriors held their spears high and thundered across the sacred beach toward him. He had come to this remote island to tell the devil worshipers about the one true God . . . and he wasn’t leaving until he did so.

Norman wasn’t afraid to die, and he wasn’t afraid to live, either. In 1927, fully aware of the dangers awaiting them, he and his wife, Ruby, sailed to the Solomon Islands only a year and a half after their marriage. Daunting trials and challenges would follow, but so would profound spiritual victories and miraculous answers to prayer.

Actually, this isn’t just the story of two courageous missionaries from Australia. This book is full of stories about the incredible power of God in the lives of all those who choose to follow Him because somebody loved them enough to tell them. Head-hunting devil priests included.

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Norman Ferris stood his ground as a group of 40 or 50 Bellonses warriors held their spears high and thundered across the sacred beach toward him. He had come to this remote island to tell the devil worshipers about the one true God . . . and he wasn’t leaving until he did so.

Norman wasn’t afraid to die, and he wasn’t afraid to live, either. In 1927, fully aware of the dangers awaiting them, he and his wife, Ruby, sailed to the Solomon Islands only a year and a half after their marriage. Daunting trials and challenges would follow, but so would profound spiritual victories and miraculous answers to prayer.

Actually, this isn’t just the story of two courageous missionaries from Australia. This book is full of stories about the incredible power of God in the lives of all those who choose to follow Him because somebody loved them enough to tell them. Head-hunting devil priests included.

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Eileen E. Lantry


Of the seventeen books written by Eileen E. Lantry, two show how God used the faith and dedication of two men, who lived a century apart, to change the lives of the neglected Amerindians of Guyana, South America. Eileen felt honored and privileged to share with others how God used O.E. Davis and David Gates in close partnership with Him. In 2001 via dugout canoe and bush plane, she thrilled with joy as she worshipped with over a thousand dedicated "Davis Indians" in the Mt. Roraima area of Guyana and Venezuela.

"I've always been a missionary at heart," she said, "but God has given my husband and I the joy of sharing His love with many precious people overseas for sixteen years, mostly in Southeast Asia. Maranatha has added many shorter volunteer trips to other areas of the world."

Eileen has taught school from kindergarten to college. As a librarian she especially enjoys organizing school libraries so the students will be challenged to increase in knowledge. She combines Bible study and nature's secrets by introducing God's two marvelous books to youth in many countries. Mission projects combined with adding new birds, plants, and animals to her life list give travel a Christ-centered purpose.

Life is always fun as she squeezes into her busy schedule hobbies like gardening, cross-country skiing, and making scrapbooks of the places in the world where God sends her and her husband, Jay. Two sons and four grandchildren add to her joy. Truly she can say with John 1:16, "From the fullness of His grace we have all received one blessing after another."