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Overview Readers will witness God's compassion as He leads a family to Romania in search of one special child. They'll see His interest and involvement as He orchastrates a dramatic series of events that bring help and hope to abandoned children around the world. And their faith will be bolstered by this powerful, modern day example of how God speaks to us and asks us to risk for Him.
Publishers Description In a world where suffering and injustice abound, we yearn for evidence that God has not forgotten His children, that He knows each one by name. We, long, too, to know that God guides and directs our lives, that He desires to use each of us in His plan to bring light to the nations. This is the life-changing message of The Strength of Mercy.
Within these pages, you'll witness God's compassion as He leads a family to Romania in search of one special child. You'll see His interest and involvement as He orchestrates a dramatic series of events that would bring help and hope to abandoned children around the world. And your faith will be bolstered by this powerful, modern-day example of how God speaks to us…and asks us to risk for Him.
“An unbelievable, but true, testimony of how God can guide and direct the surrendered hearts of those who long to follow their Lord. There is something significant in this story for you!”–Kay Arthur Jan Beazely is co-founder of All God's Children International, a licensed, non-profit Christian adoption and relief ministry. The agency was birthed in 1991, after the Beazely family adopted a child from Romania, then began to assist other families by facilitating the adoption of orphaned and abandoned children.
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Jan Beazely is the author of "The Strength of Mercy" and cofounder of All God s Children International, a licensed, non-profit Christian adoption and relief ministry that began in 1991 after the Beazely family adopted a child from Romania. In her extensive travels to Bulgaria, Jan has heard much of the account of King Boris daring rescue firsthand from the remaining royal family. Thom Lemmons has published numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, including "Sunday Clothes "and the best-selling "Jabez: A Novel." He is the managing director of ACU Press, owned by Abilene Christian University."
Jan Beazely currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Strength of Mercy: Making a Difference in the World One Child at a Time?
amazing book! Feb 18, 2008
if you've ever adopted a child (or tried to), this book will deeply touch you and inspire you.
Testament of Faith Sep 17, 2005
This book was a great story of one mom's faith in a promise from the Lord, and how He used her grown daughter and political upheavel to bring His promise to fruition. It was interesting to hear about the adoption experience of another family adopting from a different country. We have adopted two children from China.
The most inspiring book I have ever read Mar 18, 2003
As a recently adoptive parent and grandparent of two Romanian and one Bulgarian children, I have felt the anguish and despair that can overcome a person when he or she finds themselves in such an emotional battle as the one to save children from a life of pain and despair. Like the author and her family, we found hope in the Lord and in prayer, but even that at times seems not to be enough. This type of book is one that all people, believers and non-believers alike, should read again and again.
A truly inspirational book Nov 8, 1999
This was a truly amazing book that I think all Christian readers, as well as non-christians would love. I liked the honesty portrayed in Beazely's story of how their family started out with the adoption process; the difficulties and the blessings. Wonderful story!
Such an inspiring, wonderful book Nov 4, 1999
I enjoyed this book because it was a true story of a family who so much wanted to follow God's will and plan for their lives. I didn't want to put the book down! This book is similar to Experiencing God, a book also about knowing and doing the will of God. I highly recommend this book to everyone, but especially those considering or in the process of international adoption.