Mission Possible: The Story of a Wycliffe Missionary

Mission Possible The Story of a Wycliffe Missionary The dynamic true story of Bible translator Marilyn Laszlo Journey through the jungles of Papua New Guinea as she shares her adventures bringing the Word of God to the Sepik Iwam tribe
  • Title: Mission Possible: The Story of a Wycliffe Missionary
  • Author: Marilyn Laszlo
  • ISBN: 9780842338813
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mission Possible: The Story of a Wycliffe Missionary
    The dynamic true story of Bible translator Marilyn Laszlo Journey through the jungles of Papua New Guinea as she shares her adventures bringing the Word of God to the Sepik Iwam tribe.
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  • I first read this book several years ago having picked it up in a used bookstore in the Philippines I loved it then and having re read it believe it is probably one of my favourite books.Marilyn Laszlo is a reluctant missionary but God persists and eventually she responds leaving her career and potential husband behind She is devastated on being handed an assignment to Papua New Guinea believing God had called her elsewhere However, she manages to put her sudden change of direction out of mind a [...]


  • Excellent read The stories of success and failures associated with the missionary experience of Wycliffe translator Susan Lazlo Her perseverance and obedience are inspirational Many lives changed for the kingdom of God



  • An amazing, beautiful, moving story about Marilyn Laszlo, who spent 23 years in Papua New Guinea, taking the gospel to a pre literate tribe Her story is a testament to the providence and faithfulness of God in the face of a task seemingly impossible, apart from God s power Marilyn and her partners learned the Sepik Iwam language, created a written form of it, evangelized the people, taught them to read and write, and worked with them to complete the New Testament in their own language For anyone [...]


  • I had never heard of Marilyn before even though we are both Hoosiers and I have heard several Wycliffe translators speak at my church about their own translating experiences I loved hearing the stories of how they first arrived and the people thought they were spirits and still helped them anyway And I cried when I read about the people in another village who built a church so God would know they were ready to receive His Word too This book was filled with humorous and heartbreaking stories but [...]


  • I read this book in addition to one other Christian missionary biography and two accounts of secular explorers on the island of Irian Jaya It was for a reasearch paper I found that while the missionaries and the explorers both brought Western culture to the tribes and changed their traditions forever, the missionaries impact was mostly positive, while the explorers impact was overwhelmingly negative I found this book to be well written and her stories were very helpful examples for my research p [...]


  • This book took me a number of weeks to read Partly due to busyness and partly due to lack of holding my interest I was amazed at Marilyn and what she so willingly and happily most of the time put up with I m not sure I d have that fortitude I enjoyed learning about another new people and culture I would like to know where these people, well descendants most likely, are at now and how life is treating them.


  • Easy read, inspirational Each chapter gives a short snippet of Marilyn s life either leading up to her time in PNG or describing her time in the jungle Each story is a great illustration of the power of the gospel to sustain through culture shock, severe illness, and discouragement and of its power to radically change hearts of an entire culture.


  • Good book Only thing I would have enjoyed about this one was if the pace was a little slower, like if they did of a background story of the main Hauna tribe members And I would have liked a where are they now epilogue Oh well Still a good read


  • I read one chapter a day aloud with my kids There were times we laughed and times we cried We will not easily forget the adventures Marilyn had in the jungle or the Sepik Iwam people.


  • Phenominal Story of God s Work in and through a missionary Refreshing to read a true story and the power of simple words put together is remarkable




  • This is the very first missionary biography I ever read, sparking my curiosity and opening my eyes to hungry souls who have never heard the name of Jesus or the news of His saving love for them.


  • It was a joy to red about the young women who went to one of the most challenging mission fields on earth and work with a most and difficult group of people to accomplish the things that they did.


  • This book was a great read and testimony to the great commission to go out and preach the word to all the world Very inspiring true story of Marilyn Laszlo.




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