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When Mark and Nancy Sheppard began missionary service in
had no idea what God would ask of her. Their idyllic first term was followed by
the Liberian Civil War and a nightmarish year working among Liberian refugees
in the Ivory Coast.
Conditions were difficult, expectations overwhelming and the tensions of the
war at their doorstep. Fear, self-pity, resentment and depression haunted her.
God used Nancy's difficult decision to follow her husband's leadership and
remain in refugee work to begin an amazing spiritual journey—one that led to a
clearer understanding of biblical womanhood as well as a deeper relationship
with the Lord and with her husband.
The book chronicles
journey to true peace in the midst of very difficult circumstances. As God
teaches her about genuine service, submission, sincere prayer, reverence and
humility, she is totally and completely transformed. The scenarios are unique
to Nancy, but
every seeking Christian can fully identify with the spiritual lessons.
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About the Author
Nancy Sheppard (1960-) was born in
and shared her childhood with three brothers and a twin sister. After college
graduation she and her husband Mark felt God was calling them to be missionaries
to Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin Liberia, West Africa. Following an idyllic first three years of
ministry in the interior of that country, the Liberian Civil War began. This
plunged the Sheppard family into a ministry they had never imagined--one among
war refugees. God used the many years spent in this difficult work to create a
new heart in Nancy,
and it is out of that heart she writes. Mark and Nancy Sheppard have been
married 33 years and are the parents of six children, ages 5 to 30 years, and
the grandparents of three.
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