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A Chance to Die – The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael – by Elisabeth Elliot

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Be inspired by a woman who dared to follow God. Amy Carmichael understood true discipleship and lived it out. At a very young age she felt called to the mission field, followed God’s guidance, and eventually went to India, where she would spend fifty-three years without furlough. While there, Amy founded the Dohnavur Fellowship, a refuge for children. Amy became a mother for these children, and so they called her “Amma.”

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Even today, Amy’s life of obedience and courage stands as a model for all Christians everywhere. We resonate with her desires and dreams, her faults and fears, her dedication and service. For former missionary and author Elisabeth Elliot, Amy became a role model. “She was my first spiritual mother,” writes Elliot. “She showed me the shape of godliness.”

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A Chance to Die is the life story of Amy Carmichael. In this reverent biography, Elisabeth Elliot brings “Amma” to life, providing a compelling, unforgettable narrative that will provoke you to examine the depths of your own faith and encourage you to reaffirm your life and commitment to Christ.

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ELISABETH ELLIOT

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Revell Books, Baker Publishing Group & Google Images

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