Synopses & Reviews
A stomach-churning tightrope walk across quicksand. A loving big brother who takes a beating in order to introduce a future missionary to the power of grace and mercy. The sad fate of a Guatemalan beggar who rejects free medical treatment. A large glass beaker that brims with blood as a Mayan priest sacrifices animal after animal. Nothing beats a riveting missionary story. And missionary Gary T. Stone retells events from his life as a Christian and his work in missions like no one else. In addition to the gripping tales like those above, many lighter moments punctuate What if Everyone Lived Next Door to Jesus? The ludicrous expression of horror on the face of a mission team member when, upon removing his shoe after a long hike, out slides the limp corpse of a jungle lizard. An it's-funny-because-it's-true look at a Heeere, sinner, sinner, sinner approach to evangelism. A flight attendant's absurdly stern threats about what might happen should passengers dare to congregate at the lavatory. Gary Stone is very much a storyteller. And at the foundation of each tale are Gary's wry, gentle humor and the tenderness he has for God and His children. Much like Jesus Himself, Gary uses everyday situations to explain a much bigger truth. Once you read a story such as The Christmas Buzzard, you'll understand his true talent for seeing spiritual principles in truly the least likely of
Missionary Stone retells events from his life as a Christian and his work in missions like no one else. He uses everyday situations to explain a much bigger Christian truth.