Miracles in the Midst of War

Miracles in the Midst of War

A Faith Journey

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A gripping, inspiring, true story of God at work in Russia and war-torn Chechnya in the 1990s.

Paula O’Keefe, a petite, slender, British girl, fresh out of university, sets off alone, into the unknown, to obey the call of God. Unwittingly she steps into a major revival sweeping the former Soviet Union. After seventy long years of oppression, communism has finally fallen and doors to preaching the gospel have swung wide open. Thousands are turning to Christ.

Then God leads Paula to a region devastated by war. You will discover that right in the midst of great pain and suffering, Jesus is working miracle after miracle, time and again rescuing Paula and friends from danger, providing for orphans, widows and refugees, and healing those broken in body, mind and spirit. Along the way God restores Paula herself from childhood abuse and trauma.

This compelling story of an ordinary young woman serving a miracle-working God will inspire you to believe God for the impossible in your own life. You will find that no situation is beyond His help – that He can turn everything around for you too.

You will be encouraged that God can use anyone with a willing heart to change the world. And as you take steps to reach out to others in their desperation, letting Jesus’ love flow through you, your life and theirs will never be the same.
PAULA O'KEEFE is the founder and international director of Living Waters Healing Communities. She custom-built and set up a Trauma Counselling Centre in Russia which later blossomed into a healing community. She brought up four homeless children and her growing family now includes five grandchildren. Paula has ministered in over twenty countries, taking teams to share the gospel amongst cannibals in Mozambique, in remote villages in the Himalayas, and to counsel orphans and war victims in Sri Lanka.

Title Miracles in the Midst of War
Teachers/Authors Paula O'Keefe
Product Type Book
ISBN 9781852408343