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A Light for Our Path: Our Personal Journey

Allen, Jerry and Jan

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ISBN 10: 1453771433 / ISBN 13: 9781453771433
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010
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Title: A Light for Our Path: Our Personal Journey

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2010

Book Condition:Very Good

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Janice Dodson, a "webfoot" from Oregon, went to New Guinea not knowing what to expect, but bent on doing her part to help translate God's Word into a language that didn't yet have it. A year later Jerry Allen, a "rebel" from Alabama, showed up in New Guinea with the same dream. Little did they know that God would lead them together, to minister in an area that neither would have anticipated. There were hazards, challenges and joys. God enabled them to do things they would never have attempted on their own. On the little island of Buka they raised two daughters, Julie and Jackie, saw the Word of God translated for the Halia people, and experienced many answers to their and others' prayers. This is their story.

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Janice completed a four year study program at Prairie Bible Institute in 1954 and served with the Canadian Sunday School Mission for another four years. She joined the Wycliffe Bible Translators in 1958, and graduated from the Biola School of Missionary Medicine in 1959. She and her friend, Phyllis Walker, left for Australia and New Guinea in 1960. They worked initially with the Manambu people in the Sepik River area. Jerry is an ex-Navy Seabee, an alumnus of Auburn, Multnomah, Wheaton, and the University of Texas at Arlington. He joined Wycliffe in 1960. He and his partner, Conrad Hurd, left for Australia and New Guinea in 1961. During the ensuing year or so the four met, and faced a tantalizing question: should they "switch partners"? This book contains the rest of the Allen-Dodson part of the story.

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