African Adventures

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African Adventures

Dick Anderson

Pages: 96
Trim: Large trade paperback (216 x 138mm)
Isbn 13: 9781857928075
List Price: £5.99
Series: Adventure Series
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 6-8
Read myself: age 9-12
Category: Children > 8-12 Year Olds > Non-fiction

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True life missionary stories where the West meets Africa and both learn from each other as well as learn about God.

Dick Anderson's stories are full of adventure, humour and faith. Learn what happens when the missionaries lose their way in the bush, when a leopard attacks a camel, when lions stalk the missionaries in their camp, when bandits arrive in the village and when the Turkana people realise that God speaks their language and Jesus Christ is the Son of God.

About Dick Anderson

Dick Anderson was a pioneer missionary in Turkana Kenya.

Adventure Series

Other items from the Adventure Series series:

Emerald Isle Adventures

Emerald Isle Adventures

~ Robert Plant

Antarctic Adventures

Antarctic Adventures

~ Bartha Hill

Himalayan Adventures

Himalayan Adventures

~ Penny Reeve

Cambodian Adventures

Cambodian Adventures

~ Donna Vann

> See all 15 items in this series

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When we returned to Africa for a year we wished to keep in touch with our six-year-old granddaughter. So we dug into our past experiences and sent her some stories on tape. Later she urged us to publish them so that other children may taste the flavour of Africa. Whole tribes today still await the message of Jesus' love. African Adventures is about sharing this message with people in circumstances unlike our own, dogged by poverty and many dangers. Despite these differences, the Gospel speaks to human need in every culture and each chapter has a biblical lesson which any child (or parent) can take to heart.

Dick Anderson

Customer Reviews

I read one chapter a month to second graders in my Wednesday night Discovery Club at our church. They love hearing these true life adventures.Tonight they asked when Keyangak lived in Africa. I'd love to be able to tell them.

Posted by Diane Bitterman, Pennsylvania at 01:54 on Thursday 20 October 2016