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Where Strangers Cross by Kevin Avery
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Mar 12, 11

bookshelves: adult, christian, autobiography
Read in March, 2011

This is the story of two men led by God to serve in each other’s country. They have the same difficulties such as language barriers and especially cultural barriers. Both of them step out on faith letting God lead them and use them. I think the thing I took from this book the most is the difference between being a Christian and a disciple. As was pointed out in the book the word Christian is used only three times, whereas the word disciple is used 269 times. We have been sent into the world to be disciples for Christ. That means he sends some to other countries and some of us he uses right here. For me this book was a reminder that we need to be doing more for the Lord where ever he places us. I love the book and highly recommend it.

for more information check out the following sites:

www.WhereStrangersCross.org

www.International-Village.org
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