- By Elizabeth Turnbull

Say to These Mountains

  • Title: Say to These Mountains
  • Author: Elizabeth Turnbull
  • ISBN: 9781611532296
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • Say to These Mountains Say to These Mountains tells the true story of Wallace Turnbull one of Haiti s pioneers in development and missions Over the course of years his work changed countless lives and influenced nation

    Say to These Mountains tells the true story of Wallace Turnbull, one of Haiti s pioneers in development and missions Over the course of 70 years, his work changed countless lives and influenced national policy in both Haiti and the United States As told by Wallace s granddaughter, this eloquent biography takes the reader on a journey through the life of a complex man andSay to These Mountains tells the true story of Wallace Turnbull, one of Haiti s pioneers in development and missions Over the course of 70 years, his work changed countless lives and influenced national policy in both Haiti and the United States As told by Wallace s granddaughter, this eloquent biography takes the reader on a journey through the life of a complex man and his adopted country, painting a picture of grace and mercy vastly different from the often grim stories shared about the island nation and her people.

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    1. Say to These Mountains: A biography of faith and ministry in rural Haitiby Elizabeth TurnbullLight Messages PublishingBiographies & Memoirs , ChristianPub Date 17 Oct 2017 I am reviewing a copy of Say to These Mountains: A biography of faith and ministry in rural Haiti:Wallace Turnbull was a pioneer in Haiti’s development and missions. He lost his Mother after his youngest brother was born. Wallace graduated from high-school from Bob Jones academy on May.19.1943, and then started his colle [...]

    2. Say Yes to this BookBy weaving multiple plot threads into an engaging narrative fabric, author Elizabeth Turnbull creates a complex portrait of a nation and of a family in Say to These Mountains, her newly released biography of her grandfather, Wallace Turnbull, who spent almost seventy years as a missionary in Haiti. This compelling biography reaches beyond the challenging physical landscape of the Haitian mountains—where Wallace Turnbull yoked himself to a people with whom he deeply and auth [...]

    3. From a rather horrific childhood to becoming a grace-filled and grateful nonagenarian, the biography of Wallace Turnbull is quite amazing. Ms. Turnbull did an excellent job of telling Wallace's story by weaving in the threads that belong to his wife Eleanor, his children, and his grandchildren. Add the history of Haiti and Wallace's hopes for the future of Haiti to the story of his life's work, and you have a book that will touch your heart, mind, and spirit. This isn't a sugar-coated story, but [...]

    4. I have known Wally and Betty (son and daughter-in-law of Pastor Wallace) for several years, and knew that they had spent 30 years on the mission field in Haiti. But this book opened my eyes to just what that means. Wallace and Eleanor Turnbull helped to shape a nation from the ground (literally) up to the heavens through their nearly 70 years of ministry. Faith, work, service, hardship, sorrow, innovation, and abiding relationships mark their lives as recounted in this book. Highly recommended t [...]

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