A great place to find books is http://www.amazon.com.
You can order by phone and have the books delivered to your door within
a few days. They seem to have fairly decent prices. Also see the books
listed at the Window Information
- Operation World : The Day-By-Day Guide to Praying for the World.
Patrick Johnstone Published by Zondervan Pub House 1993. The Operation
World website. Or get the Operation
- You Can Change the World. by Daphne Spraggett, Jill Johnstone.
Volume 1 and 2 available. Published by Zondervan Pub House 1996.
(Children's version of Operation World)
- Africa. Published by Instructional Fair, Inc., Grand Rapids,
MI. ISBN 1-56822-310-2 (This book has the worksheets)
- *Banza's Incredible Journey and
other stories from ADRA. by Celeste
perrino Walker. Published by Pacific
Press 1995. (stories from many countries)
- *The AWR Story Book. by Walter
Scragg and Andrea Steele. Published by Adventist
World Radio and Review and Herald 1996.
Global Mission (Great current mission stories for worships).
- Front Line India by Fern Babcock. Published by Review
and Herald 1994.
- Front Line Cambodia by Fern Babcock. Published by Review
- Front Line Irian Jaya by Fern Babcock. Published by Review
and Herald 1997.
- Another great resource is Adventist
Frontier Missions magazine.
- The Adventist Adult Sabbath School lessons also have mission
stories from Global Mission each week. I suggest collecting them!
Please email me
if you have any ideas of books to add to the list.
If we could shrink the earth's population to a village of
precisely 100 people, with all the existing human ratios remaining
the same, it would look like this:
- 57 Asians.. 21 Europeans.. 14 from the Western Hemisphere
(north and south)..8 Africans.
- 52 would be female.. 48 would be male..
- 70 would be non white, 30 white
- 70 would be non Christian, 30 would be Christian..
- 59% of the entire world's wealth would be in the hands of
only 6 people and all 6 would be citizens of the United
- 80 would live in substandard housing.. 70 would be unable
to read.. 50 would suffer from malnutrition..
- 1 would be near death, 1 would be near birth..
- Only 1 would have a college education.
- 1 would own a computer
"When one considers our world from such a compressed
perspective, the need for both acceptance and understanding becomes
glaringly apparent". -Author Unknown.