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  • An Asian Harvest


    Leaving his home in New Zealand at age 16, Paul Hattaway found himself in Australia – homeless, hungry and lonely – sleeping atop the roof of a public bathroom. “A waste of oxygen” was his high school principal’s assessment of the lad.

    After a fellow factory worker helped Paul to find faith in Christ, the young wanderer quickly became convinced that God was calling him to China. In 1988, Paul arrived in Hong Kong with nothing more than a backpack, a single contact, and $50 in his pocket. While there, he began to work as a Bible courier, carrying hundreds at a time across the Chinese border and under the noses of the guards.

    Today Paul Hattaway leads Asia Harvest, the ministry he founded, which supports thousands of indigenous missionaries and has supplied over ten million Bibles to China, and millions more to Christians throughout Asia.

    An Asian Harvest is his astonishing story.

    (Paperback, 315 pages)

  • Closer to the Fire: Lessons from the Persecuted Church


    Greg Musselman

    We often feel so far removed from persecution in North America that it can be hard to relate to those suffering for their faith. In Closer to the Fire, journey with VOM’s Greg Musselman as he introduces Christians he has interviewed from around the world and shares how their stories of faithfulness amid persecution have impacted his life. This book will help you connect with and learn from our brothers and sisters who face opposition today for Christ’s sake.
  • Faithful Until Death


    Wolfgang Haede

    On April 18, 2007, Wolfgang Haede’s brother-in-law, Necati Aydin, and two other Christians were brutally murdered by five young men seeking to rid the country of Christians. In this personal account of his brother-in-law’s sacrifice, Wolfgang, who worked in Turkey as a missionary for many years, explores the question of what is worth living and dying for. In the process, he also examines the deep historical roots of Christianity in Turkey, a nation that is culturally Muslim but officially secular. Read Faithful Until Death, and draw closer to Christ through the life of this modern martyr. (Paperback, 128 pages)
  • God’s Double Agent

    Bob Fu
    Tens of millions of Christians live in China today, leading double lives while hiding from a government that relentlessly persecutes them. Former dissident Bob Fu happened to be one of them. By day, he was a teacher in a communist school and, by night, a preacher in an underground house church network.
    His newly released book, God’s Double Agent, will keep you at the “edge of your seat” as it recounts the captivating story of Bob’s conversion to Christianity, his arrest and imprisonment for starting an illegal house church, harrowing escape from China and subsequent rise to prominence as an advocate for his oppressed brethren.
    God’s Double Agent will inspire you to boldly live out your faith in a world that is at times indifferent, and at other times murderously hostile, to those who spread the Gospel. (Hardcover, 336 pages)
  • Hearts of Fire


    The Voice of the Martyrs 

    In a world that often equates persecution with men of faith comes the incredible stories of eight women who have stood in the face of severe persecution and trials as examples of undying love and commitment to their Saviour. From kidnappings to beatings, imprisonment and loss, Hearts of Fire reveals the struggles of women representing today’s persecuted church. (Paperback, 294 pages)
  • I am N Book

    This inspiring and challenging book shares 50 true stories of Christians facing Islamic extremists.
    I Am N reminds us that wherever we live, we are the brothers and sisters of those who are persecuted. So come meet them and their families. Read their stories. Learn from them, pray for them and deepen your faith in a God who gives us the courage to love even our persecutors. (Paperback, 304 pages)
  • Imprisoned with Isis: Faith in the Face of Evil


    Petr Jasek with Rebecca George

    “Do you know what waterboarding is?” they asked. “Yes,” I said, “I know what waterboarding is.” “Well, you don’t know how it feels. We will show you.”

    These words are part of the remarkable story about the inhumane ordeal endured by VOM’s Petr Jasek, who was sentenced to life imprisonment in Sudan and put in a cell with ISIS fighters. One of these prisoners had taken part in the murder of Egyptian Christians on a Libyan beach. Another had been a bodyguard for Osama bin Laden.

    Petr would remain behind bars for 445 days among these notorious criminals before being released, thanks to God and the prayers of thousands of Christians worldwide. Now you can read how God’s incredible sustaining power helped Petr to survive against the odds!

    (Hardcover, 224 pages)

  • Once an Arafat Man

    Tass Saada with Dean Merrill
    At age 17, Tass Saada ran away from home to become a sniper for the Palestine Liberation Organization and chauffeur for the late President Arafat. Having grown up as a refugee in Saudi Arabia, his difficult circumstances taught him to hate. Like other Palestinians, his hatred – and his rifle – were aimed squarely at Israel during that time. Tass’ story could have ended tragically but he was destined for greater things. It testifies of his ultimate triumph over hatred, division and conflict through the power of God’s love and reconciliation. (Paperback, 233 pages)
  • Passport Through Darkness


    Kimberly L. Smith

    In Passport Through Darkness, Kimberly L. Smith takes readers on a journey from normal family life and business, to Europe, to the deserts of Africa and, ultimately, to the deserts of her own soul as she tries to live well as an imperfect North American mom and crusade for justice on behalf of orphans around the world. As Kimberly and her family risk everything to answer God’s call and embrace His extraordinary dreams, they experience change and restoration – even amid exhaustion, marital struggles, and physical limitations. While sharing her heartrending stories of fighting human trafficking as an ordinary mom, Kimberly offers hope for readers who wonder if God is also calling them to a different life…one outside the confines of cultural norms.

    (Paperback, 255 pages)

  • Saul to Paul


    While traveling on the road to Damascus, “Saul of Tarsus” had an encounter with the Living God that dramatically altered the course of his life – transforming him from a relentless persecutor of Christians to one of the greatest evangelists of all times.

    Throughout the history of Christianity, we have been given much evidence that God still remains actively at work in the transformation of lives. In this newly published digest-sized book, Saul to Paul, you will be introduced to seven other zealous men who initially tried to destroy the ministry of God but ultimately succumbed to the power of the Holy Spirit.
    These modern-day “Sauls to Pauls” illuminate the struggle of the persecuted Church while providing evidence that our sovereign God can incline even the most hardened heart toward His own. Featured testimonies represent the following countries: India, Malaysia, Romania, Colombia, Nigeria and Algeria. (Hardcover, 143 pages)
  • The Mind of Terror


    Tass Saada with Dean Marshall

    What motivates terrorists? What’s taking place in their minds to cause them to commit such horrific atrocities – the bombings, the massacres, and the suicide attacks? Tass Saada, whose testimony is featured in Once an Arafat Man, provides answers to these perplexing questions as he delves into ‘the mind of terror,’ explaining what motivates extremist groups throughout the Middle East. A former Muslim, and a one-time sniper with Yasser Arafat’s Fatah organization, Tass has lived it himself. Not only does he describe the motivations and aspirations of militants in the Middle East, he also outlines a peaceful solution. The good news is that we can plant seeds of hope that will transform not only the Middle East, but also our increasingly diverse neighbourhoods. (Paperback, 233 pages)

  • The Stone Crusher’s Daughter

    The Implication of Being Made in God’s Image
    David Lundy
    “Within the subcontinent of India there are millions who belong to the Dalit cast. These are the untouchables, the sub-humans who have grown up believing that their lives have no value. What happens when they find out that they have been made in the image of God; that they have infinite worth and value? David Lundy tells how this simple doctrine that we have taken for granted in the West is able to transform lives. He also shares how this unique doctrine, specific to the Christian faith, differentiates from other religions and has tremendous impact on how life is lived, viewed and valued.” ~ Rev. Merv Budd, M. Div. (Paperback, 250 pages)
  • These are the Generations


    Dr. Eric Foley

    The book, These Are The Generations, chronicles the story of the Baes, a North Korean family that struggled to share the Gospel in labour camps, prisons, interrogations and, the greatest challenge of all, everyday life in North Korea. While Christian inmates are forced to endure many hardships, inhumane treatment, and horrid conditions, Mr. Bae has come to realize that “prison is the best seminary training a Christian can get.” Read this family’s inspiring and challenging story, as told by Dr. Eric Foley, CEO of VOM Korea, a valued ministry partner of VOM Canada. (Paperback, 120 pages)


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