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When God called Tom Deuschle to Rhodesia in the 1970's
When God called Tom Deuschle to Rhodesia in the 1970's. Tom didn't even know where the country was. Twenty-five years later, he and his wife Bonnie have pioneered a ministry in that country, now called Zimbabwe- that is changing the face of the nation. A simple story about how ordinary people can do extraordinary things by placing their faith in an extraordinary God. An excellent source of encouragement for those who have a pioneer spirit and for those who have a heart for working in the Kingdom of God as it advances. This book is also easy to read.
Tom Deuschle is a senior pastor
Tom Deuschle is a senior pastor. In this book he reflects his lifetime commitment and mandate to dreams and their reality. Building People Building Dreams: Can A Church Change A Nation? Tom Deuschle.
Building people- building dreams. how a church can change a nation. Published 2003 by Hear the Word Pub. in Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe. How a church can change a nation : The Physical Object.
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BUILDING PEOPLE BUILDING DREAMS When God called Tom Deuschle to Rhodesia in the late 1970's, Tom didn't . Please tell us how we can improve it. Cancel.
BUILDING PEOPLE BUILDING DREAMS When God called Tom Deuschle to Rhodesia in the late 1970's, Tom didn't even know where the country was. Over thirty years later, Pastor Tom and his wife, Bonnie, have pioneered a ministry that is changing the face of the nation, now known as Zimbabwe.
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A changed man. Chapter I. The person who, next to the actors themselves, chanced to know most of their story, lived just below ‘Top o’ Town’ (as the spot was called) in an old substantially-built house, distinguished among its neighbours by having an oriel window on the first floor, whence could be obtained a raking view of the High Street, west and east, the former including. Now there arose a second reason for squeezing into an already overcrowded church. People who had formerly attended in the morning only began to go in the evening, and even to the special addresses in the afternoon.
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