New Persons In An Old World by Joseph B. Underwood
“Be ye reconciled to God,” Paul begged the Corinthians. Some of them had confessed their faith, but their lives had not been made new. That is still the purpose of reconciliation—a new life with God and with one’s neighbors. This book shows how that reconciliation has made new persons in many countries. Hostility, fear, and hunger—these problems of the old world they face with faith, hope, and love. This is a book for stretching your Christian horizons.