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From the campus to the world : stories from the first fifty years of Student Foreign Missions Fellowship / Alice Poynor. [print]

By: Poynor, Alice, 1941- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)1986. Description: 156, pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0877849471Subject(s): Columbia International University -- Alumni and alumnae | Student Foreign Missions Fellowship -- History | CIU Alumni Authors | College students -- United States -- Religious lifeLOC classification: BV970.F766 1986BV970.S64.P892.F766 19862
Contents:
Fire in a haystack A mountaintop for missions A crooked floor, a bargain wife Getting the job done Dividends paid in full One woman, two worlds Six men in a Model A Missions by mule One student of God Prepared for victory A man to stand in the gap To the Aguarunas, with love from God Ready for takeoff Learning and loving in Hong Kong Get up or we'll shoot Bali, paradise still lost God sent Christmas cards One use for a headache Pioneer with a purpose Around the world in eighty ways Sing a song of missions No child of mine What are you going to do about it It all started one summer What about today.
Summary: In this book we find two dozen stories of the people who are influenced by Student Foreign Missions Fellowship (SFMF) since its founding in June 1936. Here is the story of Dr. Robert McQuilkin's founding vision.
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Non-fiction BV970.S64P69 1986 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923000660833

Includes bibliographic references (page 157).

Fire in a haystack A mountaintop for missions A crooked floor, a bargain wife Getting the job done Dividends paid in full One woman, two worlds Six men in a Model A Missions by mule One student of God Prepared for victory A man to stand in the gap To the Aguarunas, with love from God Ready for takeoff Learning and loving in Hong Kong Get up or we'll shoot Bali, paradise still lost God sent Christmas cards One use for a headache Pioneer with a purpose Around the world in eighty ways Sing a song of missions No child of mine What are you going to do about it It all started one summer What about today.

In this book we find two dozen stories of the people who are influenced by Student Foreign Missions Fellowship (SFMF) since its founding in June 1936. Here is the story of Dr. Robert McQuilkin's founding vision.

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