Isobel Kuhn: The Canadian Girl Who Felt God's Call to the Lisu People of China
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Isobel Kuhn: The Canadian Girl Who Felt God's Call to the Lisu People of China

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An inspiring account of the Canadian girl who felt God's call to the Lisu people of China. A Women of Faith biography.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 1st 1987 by Bethany House Publishers (first published July 1st 1987)
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Isobel Kuhn has touched my heart and encouraged me deeply in the service of our Lord. The best thing about this book is that it encouraged me to read the writings of Isobel Kuhn. They are rich resources for learning to be fishers of men and women.

If you can only read one of Kuhn's books, read Green Leaf in Drought (which is not even about her). However if you want a rich blessing start with In the Arena and Nests Above the Abyss. You will not be disappointed, but you will be challenged!

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This was such a good book.Isobel's faith was amazing,she learned to listen to God and serve others.
Isobel Kuhn found a strength in herself she never knew was there. This book made me relize how lucky I am to have good health and in general an easy life. Her story encouraged me to want to serve God even more.
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