Letters Missionaries Never Write

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This book is a collection of letters missionaries do not write—and are not expected to write. As Christians we expect missionaries to write about thrilling opportunities and amazing conversions—and yet leave unsaid their own personal feelings and struggles.

The letters included here will help you see missionaries as real people who face real problems, frustrations, and challenges . . . all while serving cross-culturally. Start reading and then start praying more effectively for these men and women serving the Lord.

Pages: 144
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN #: 978-1-59387-117-8
Format: Softcover

Full Case = 92

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Chapter 1 – A Missionary Candidate
Chapter 2 – A Missionary on Deputation
Chapter 3 – A Short Term Missionary
Chapter 4 – A New Missionary
Chapter 5 – A Veteran Missionary
Chapter 6 – A Missionary Kid “MK”
Chapter 7 – A Missionary on Furlough
Chapter 8 – A Missionary Mother
Chapter 9 – “Shipwrecked” Missionaries
Chapter 10 – A Retired Missionary
Chapter 11 – A Failed Missionary
Chapter 12 – A Missionary Widow
Chapter 13 – A Prepared Missionary
Chapter 14 – You Could Have Helped!
Chapter 15 – Pray For Us
Chapter 16 – Prayer Requests
Chapter 17 – Post Script

Author info: Since 1966, Fred and Jenny Kosin have served the Lord in a church-planting ministry. During the past 20 years, they have traveled to over 85 countries, “Serving missionaries around the world” and teaching God’s Word to the body of Christ.

Fred is a graduate of Emmaus Bible College and the author of the book Blessings All Mine with 10,000 Besides! Fred and Jenny make their home in Darlington, SC, and have three grown sons and nine grandchildren.


Here's What People Are Saying!

"This book demonstrates Fred and Jenny's great passion for God and His work across the world . . . My prayer is that these pages may help people to get more involved with missionaries and God's great global program."

– George Verwer
Founder of Operation Mobilization