Beverly ReeveISBN: 157736337X;
Book DescriptionAs a young man, Ted Pollock longed to be a foreign missionary, but believed God only sent doctors, preachers, teachers, and those with college degrees. Bored with school, Pollock had dropped out of seventh grade during the Depression, so all he had to offer God was his two hands. Fortunately for thousands of people worldwide, Pollock was wrong. He had exactly the skills and heart needed to be a missionary: For almost seven decades, he?s worked as Christ?s globe-trotter, a mission builder tangibly demonstrating the servant message of the gospel. Building hospitals and schools, designing windmills to provide irrigation, and engineering innovative housing that is economic and useful in remote locations, Ted Pollock has always helped people with his hands-on missionary work. Working side-by-side with his wife, Dolly, and later, his seven children (four of whom were born in Africa), Pollock made life on four continents better for indigenous people and...
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