Sunrise in the Valley of Death
God's Love and Transformation in Yemen
By Amiira Ann

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SKU:  86693
Manufacturer Part #:  9781576586693
Ever since you started Christianizing Muslims, you have walked a dangerous path! Today we burned your car and part of your house. Tomorrow we will surely burn you and your family if you don’t immediately stop trying to convert people. Just leave!

Leaving Western culture and their German home far behind, Amiira Ann and her husband, Chris, responded to the prompting of God to move to one of the most thoroughly Muslim cultures on earth, Yemen. The 9/11 attacks in the United States created the dangerous backdrop for reaching out to their Yemeni hosts with the love of Christ. With a commitment to work in relief and development, they would find, despite the threat of death, that their hearts would be forever knit together with this people so different from themselves. Amiira Ann will take you on a rare and personal journey into Muslim life in Yemen.

Amiira Ann and her family lived in Yemen for seven years, working in aid and development. Integrating themselves deeply into the culture, they established a credible Christian witness through their work and personal lives.

International Adventures series - Amazing true stories of spiritual victory and personal triumph. On every continent, in every nation, God is at work in and through the lives of believers. From the streets of Amsterdam to remote Pacific islands to the jungles of Ecuador and beyond, each international adventure that emerges is a dramatic episode that could be directed only by the hand of God...

Pages: 224 (paperback)
Ages: 14+

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  • Publisher: YWAM PUBLISHING
  • ISBN: 9781576586693
  • SKU: 86693

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1. on 1/5/2020, said:
5 stars out of 5
Your book had me riveted for the last 5 hours. it was so well written I felt like I was right there living life with you. I began the book and only read a few chapters several months ago. Today I read Chapter 5 to the very end with little to no time to break. I cried, I laughed , I smiled (mostly cried) as I read; I felt your pain and the pain of the women and life there in Yemen. Your words brought to life the way of life.... the unpredictableness of life in that world. What spoke to my heart was your willingness to give all trouble to Jesus and let him be the healer. How you describes the lives of the poor Bedouin people made me feel like we were right there living this life with you and them. This was a well written book. Your ability to describe the heat, the sand and the desert made me feel like I was right there. Your emotions come off the page and as I read I felt what you were feeling in the moment. The joy... the distress, the worry, the peace , the love for those beautiful people. Once I had a moment to sit, I could not put the book down. I encourage everyone to read it. It flows well and captures ones soul.. It is well written. I could say so much more.
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