By Betty English Arnold
I by no means imagined, no longer even in my wildest desires, that in the future i'd be a missionary, and never in basic terms that, but additionally one residing in Africa! God does certainly paintings in mysterious ways!
This is a real account of occasions in the course of our first 3 years in Africa packed with loads of Betty humor. it's also in regards to the classes I realized in the course of these first years.
In 1987 my husband, John and that i went to Burkina Faso and served there for 15 years in an unreached sector known as Hounde. To God’s Glory in the course of that point we observed over a hundred and twenty church buildings planted and to start to open the doorways to an unreached humans crew referred to as the Pougouli. We ended our time period in 2001.
In February certainly one of our Pastors spoke on “getting out of the field we're in” and God spoke to us and has known as us again to Burkina. we're excited to work out what God has in shop within the coming years. this can be my tale, my event ebook, written by means of God, as he turns the pages of my life.
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Adventures in Burkina by Betty English Arnold