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That Way and No Other: Following God Through Storm and Drought

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How do you stay true to God's call for your life?

Amy Carmichael left everything to become a missionary in India. But then seven-year-old Preena, fleeing sexual slavery, threw herself on the newcomer's protection. Could Carmichael relinquish a religious vocation to become a "nursemaid"? A picture of Jesus washing his disciples' feet came to her mind, and "the question
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Paperback, 144 pages
Expected publication: March 3rd 2020 by Plough Publishing House (first published March 2020)
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Becky
The book opens with two different biographical sketches of missionary Amy Carmichael (1867-1951). One sketch is by Carolyn Kurtz; the second sketch is by Katelyn Beaty. The remaining chapters of this one are written by Amy Carmichael herself--taken from previously published works. (I believe she did most of her writing in the 1930s).

The chapters address different topics. Some chapters include a great deal of stories about her life, her children, her work; other chapters stay focused on one
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Jason Muckley
"That Way and No Other," by Amy Carmichael is written from a collection of her many works published during her lifetime about her decades spent at an orphanage in India, started to rescue girls from being sex slaves in Hindu temples. The first chapter of the book is more of a history of Carmichael's ministry in India and her 55 years of service as a missionary for the "least of these."

The remainder of the book is spiritual lessons Carmichael learned following God and his calling on her life.
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Laura Langley
Feb 12, 2020 rated it liked it
Ever since I first learned about the life Amy Carmichael, I've been inspired by her complete submission and devotion to Christ. I picked up That Way and No Other from Plough Publishing, wanting to hear from Amy herself through some of her devotional thoughts. The editors of this volume selected some of Carmichael's writings and arranged them topically. Overall, I found the readings challenging and inspiring at the same time. For Carmichael's writings, this is a great resource.

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Karen Troutman
Feb 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
That Way and No Other
Following God through Storm and Drought
by Amy Carmichael
Plough Publishing
Plough Publishing House
Christian , Religion & Spirituality

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ARC from Net Galley and Plough Publishing House. Very good read!! HIstorical and True!

Will recommend this to our readers who like biographies.
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Amy Wilson Carmichael was a Protestant Christian missionary in India, who opened an orphanage and founded a mission in Dohnavur. She served in India for 55 years without furlough and wrote many books about the missionary work there.