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When we are on the road, our family really enjoys listening to "Stories of Great Christians"--the classic audio drama series from Moody Radio.  Listening to the biographies of Jonathan Edwards, Charles Spurgeon, or Andrew Murray really help the miles go by, plus, we are strengthened and encouraged in our own walks of faith.  Well now, through "Footsteps," God has given me the opportunity to tell missionary stories.  May these true stories, like this interview with Tom Streeter about The Marsh Family, be used to educate and motivate more believers to explore missionary service.

Click here to learn about TWR's current outreach into North Africa

(Photo of Tom Streeter)