*Condition Note: Book is clean and gently used with minimal cover/spine wear. May have an owner sticker.*
Shortly after the end of WW II, James Aitken was sent by the General Conference of Seventy-day Adventists to Europe. His Task? To try to re-establish contact with our people on that continent who had been uprooted by the war, and give them the physical, moral, and spiritual aid needed. Some months later he was made the Young People's Missionary Volunteer secretary for what was then the Southern European Division, with headquarters in Berne, Switzerland. At that point the author, Jim's wife, joined him, and the Aitkens made their home in charming Switzerland.
This book is an account of the interesting and, as the title suggests, sometimes unsettling experiences of the author and her husband during their dozen years in Europe.
These My Brethren
Wanted: An Apartment, but Badly!
"...and the Mountains of God"
Land of the Waldensians
Pardon From Death
Daddy Goes to Africa
Gleanings From My Cameroons Journal
The Paris Youth Congress
The Boy Who Did Not Go to Congress
Something New Has Been Added
Around the Calendar in Switzerland
Zibeli Marit, the Russians, and Christmas
Challenge of North Africa
Everything Happens When Daddy's Away
Hole in the Iron Curtain
'Twas the Night Before the Night Before Christmas
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