Walking in God's Footprints - Christine Furby with Darlene Grace

Summary:

The Lord led Ted and Christine Furby on an extraordinary path they never dreamed would be possible. They learnt that with lives surrendered to the Lord, nothing is impossible!

Ted and Christine lived and worked among the Garrwa Australian Indigenous people. Amongst these people, they raised their children and translated most of the New Testament, along with parts of the Old Testament, into the Garrwa language.

They are two very ordinary individuals who grew up in the South Island of New Zealand. At the age of 15, they both left school to go and work on farms before God called them to live a very different life!

A thoroughly inspiring and truly remarkable testimony to the power of God to change lives.

What They're Saying:

"Throughout history, God has been calling His people to follow Him, and He is still doing that today! Walking in God's Footprints is a fresh and fascinating account of how God calls ordinary people like Ted and Christine on a journey of faith and obedience that results in the most unexpected and extraordinary outcomes. Read it and be inspired!"
- Robert Lovatt (Executive Director, Wycliffe NZ)

Printed book: NZ$26.95

ISBN: 9780473523510 (Softcover)

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