How could God use me? I am only a programmer. I am only an engineer. I am only a housewife. I am only a student. I am only…just the kind of person God might use—someone who needs God’s strength and knows it.
God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things for Him. How did a shoemaker from rural England influence Tahiti, an island he never even visited? How did a an artist with heart problems launch a gospel work in the scorching heat of northern Africa? How did a schoolteacher start an evangelistic educational movement for women across India?
For thirty-one days, walk with those who walked with God. Catch a glimpse of what God did through everyday believers like William Carey, Lilias Trotter, Samuel Zwemer, Ann Judson, Oswald Chambers, Gladys Aylward, and many more who followed God in missions across the world. None were superheroes. All found their strength through dependence on God.
This is the 2nd book in the Daring Devotion Series.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
M. R. Conrad has served in pastoral ministry since 2003 and in urban Asia since 2011 in church planting and leadership training. He has earned a Master of Arts in Bible Exposition, a Master of Divinity, and a Doctor of Pastoral Ministry. He, his wife, and their four children squeeze into a 700 square-foot apartment where he seizes rare moments of quiet to write amidst homeschooling, a cacophony of musical instruments, and the steady stream of visitors they so enjoy having in their home.