God’s Power Throughout Generations
by Wanda S. Lee
Wanda Lee, national WMU executive director and hands-on missionary, leading the world’s largest organization of laypeople engaged in missions, gives an intimate, detailed narrative about the radical individuals and groups having an impact for Christ in places of hopelessness and exploitation.
As an executive, former field missionary, and nurse, Lee hammers out a biblical response to human suffering. Reporting on the present passion of Christian leaders and laypersons, and recording past victories, this book will ignite continuing commitment to missions to the least.
Using Acts 4:12–20 as the foundation, Lee bears authentic witness to what she and others have seen and heard of God’s redemptive power:
- Radical overcoming through Jesus Christ—across audience and culture
- Liberating victory in the battle against human exploitation
- Redemptive witnesses fanning the flame of passion for the Great Commission throughout generations
Item #: N124149
Category: Christian Living
Size: 5.5 X 8.5 Inches
Page Count: 192
Pack Qty: 36
Pub Date: April 3, 2012
About the Author
Wanda Lee’s passion for engaging others to understand and be radically involved in the mission of God is evident in her writing, speaking, and in her dynamic leadership as executive director of national Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) since 2000. WMU is responsible for helping to develop indigenous missions ministries in 47 countries globally. Lee’s books, monthly magazine column, extensive speaking schedule, and travel allow her to encourage and challenge diverse audiences.