A six-year-old boy, too scared to get on an airplane for fear of falling out of the cabin, finds himself, along with his family, in a brand new country. Growing up in Canada, presents new challenges. Eventually he is introduced to the painstaking but fascinating work of Bible translation, and with trepidation, plunges ahead cautiously but purposefully. As the story unfolds, we are led through those fears to its surprising end.
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About the Author
Edward L. Speyers (1950-) lives in Tennessee with his wife, Linda. He received a Master of Arts from the University of Texas @ Arlington in 1978, and spent twenty years, from 1979-1999 in Suriname, South America, engaged in Bible translation for a displaced people group from Indonesia. He is the author of two books, The First Book of Practical Advice to Missionaries (1994), and 65 Ways to Love and Encourage Missionaries (1996).