“See, I have set before you an open door, and no one can shut it.” -Revelation 3:8...
Imagine a place where becoming a Christian is a punishable crime - and your own family exacts the punishment. Where those who spread the Gospel among locals are deported if discovered. Where converts to Christianity face persecution, isolation, or even death as the price for their faith. “Reema Goode” and her family are Christians working in a closed Middle Eastern country where all of these things are true. Yet they are also firsthand witnesses of a whole new trend that is taking shape in missions to Muslims. Despite all obstacles, God is opening miraculous doors in the Islamic world, where an unprecedented number of Muslims are becoming followers of Jesus.
In this powerful collection of personal stories, Reema takes us deep inside her Arab neighborhood to show how God is opening doors in just one of many Islamic communities. As she walks us through everyday life in a Muslim town, she reveals the diverse, creative, unexpected, and thrilling ways God is reaching her neighbors with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This encouraging, uplifting, and even humorous firsthand account of a Christian family living among Muslims will inspire you in your own walk of faith, teach you how to pray for Muslims and those who minister to them, and encourage you with the knowledge that God’s loving Light is penetrating the darkness.
©2010 Reema Goode (P)2010 Oasis Audio
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The author was a woman, so I feel the story would have benefited by a woman narrator. The story is interesting and inspiring! Don't miss it!
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Story was well told in a compelling way. It is inspiring to hear of people coming to faith on Christ when it costs them dearly to do so.
My family and I enjoyed listening to this true account of some of God's work in the Muslim world, but it was a bit odd to listen to a man narrate the story told from a woman's point of view. The audio version would have been better if read by a woman.
I enjoyed it, but I wish it had been a bit longer. also, as the book was written by a woman, I found it distracting to have a male reader. normally it would not be a big deal, but given that the author is a woman, was talking about her interactions mostly with women, and it was written in her own words, I believe it would have been a better choice to have a female narrator.
This was a wonderful and very encouraging book. The stories were spiritually amazing to me. God is working mightily with the Muslim people. It is a bit disconcerting to have a male narrate this book. I had to keep reminding myself that the book was written by a female.
This audiobook is engaging. The narrator did an excellent job. I wasn't disappointed. I highly recommend listen to this.
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