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mission agencies that recommended me as the author. Dr. R. Cal Guy and Dr. Jack Gray of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary stimulated my thinking and encouraged me to study the biblical basis of missions. Many authors contributed to my thinking. A selected bibliography at the end of each chapter lists some of the books that I found Size: KB. The story has twists and turns as Stahl travels to Germany, then Morocco, and then Hungary. At one point, a character from a previous Furst novel, Count Polanyi, appears to provide Stahl with crucial assistance. Mission to Paris, is the twelfth installment of Alan Furst's Night Soldiers series/5. WELCOME to the “More Stuff” book. More Stuff you need to know about Doing Mission in Your Church is the second volume of an encyclopedia of all the things you wanted to know about doing missions but didn't know whom to ask. It is a compilation of one-page lists, outlines, forms, and resources covering everythingFile Size: KB. Henriette Odin Feller (Ap – Ma ) was a Swiss-born Protestant missionary to Lower established the first Francophone Protestant community in Quebec. The daughter of Alexandre Nicolas Odin, municipal secretary, and Jeanne Marie Gachet, she was born Henriette Odin in Montagny in the canton of Vaud and moved to Lausanne with her Born: 22 April