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An unabridged and minimally-edited audio version of the book "Interwoven." Parts One and Two are complete and free to download.
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Written by Russ and Nancy Ebersole Forward by Dr. Stephen F. Olford.
About the book: Dr. Stephen Olford writes in his forward, Interwoven is a missionary classic! When you pick it up, you will not put it down until you have finished reading every word. The authors, Russell Ebersole and his wife, Nancy, have crafted an amazing story of vision, passion and action under circumstances that boggle the mind. Read of the wonderful blending of two families after the deaths of their first mates and of the unusual, divine weavings in their lives. Stories include the thrilling rescue of Russ first wife from a Japanese prison camp on the very morning she was to be executed, and the hijacking of Russ and Nancy to communist China in 1971.
Publisher: ABWE Publishing, 2002 Language: English ISBN-10: 1888796294 ISBN-13: 978-1888796292
Back of the book:
Gene DeVries, daughter of pioneer missionaries to the Philippines, met Russ Ebersole at Wheaton College. After graduation, marriage, and graduate school, they spent ten happy, fruitful years of missionary service in the Philippines. When Gene died after a three-and-a-half-year battle with cancer, Russ was left with five small children.
Nancy Goodman met Harry Goehring at Bryan College. They married as Harry began studies at Grace Seminary. God led them to work among the tribal people of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). After only two years of ministry, Harry died suddenly, and Nancy was widowed at 27 with three small children.
Four years after the deaths of their mates, in 1969, God led Russ and Nancy together and blended their families. "Interwoven" describes the many threads God used to weave together the lives of the people in this book and includes some unusual situations such as a hijacking to Communist China.
Read by Andrew Costerisan (grandson of the authors). His apologies for any mispronunciations.