Browsing 4 Titles Narrated By Barbara Jacobs

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1. The Five Love Languages (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Dr. Gary Chapman
People express and receive love in different ways. Dr. Gary Chapman identifies these as the five languages of love: quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service and physical touch.
Read by: Barbara Jacobs
Approximate time: 5 hours 28 minutes
Subject categories: Marriage and Family, Romance
Catalog number: 250

2. Fresh Power, Experiencing the Vast Resources of the Spirit of God (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Jim Cymbala and Dean Merrill
Are you experiencing God's power in your life? As you grow in God, you will discover, as did the Apostle Paul, that the gospel is not based on words that people think are wise sayings, but rather the gospel is the power of God that brings salvation. God wants to be living and active in the life of each and every Christian.
Read by: Barbara Jacobs
Approximate time: 6 hours 45 minutes
Subject categories: Christian Living
Catalog number: 357

3. A Light to All Japan, the Story of Susan Dyck, Book 19 in The Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits (JCMP) (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Eugene Neudorf
It's a long way from a Canadian prairie farm to the urban centers of Japan, but Susan Dyck made it through a leap of faith. Despite struggles from within, opposition from without, and seemingly insurmountable obstacles, in 1953 she was launched into a 30-year ministry in Japan. Susan once prayed for the wickedest man in town to come to her door. He did and was saved.
Read by: Barbara Jacobs
Approximate time: 5 hours 21 minutes
Subject categories: Missions and Missionaries
Catalog number: 238

4. Beyond the Mist, the Story of Donald and Dorothy Fairley, Book 21 in The Jaffray Collection of Missionary Portraits (JCMP) (Audio DAISY Book)

By: David C. Thompson, M.D.
In the 1930's missionaries Donald and Dorothy Fairley traveled to West Africa. They plunged into the forests, befriended its peoples, engaged the evil powers, preached and taught. They constructed homes and churches from the raw materials at hand, built a hydro-electric plant, and turned 177 acres of the great forest into a place of physical and spiritual healing.
Read by: Barbara Jacobs
Approximate time: 5 hours 39 minutes
Subject categories: Missions and Missionaries
Catalog number: 335

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