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What They’re Saying About The Gospel Under the Northern Lights

The Gospel Under the Northern Lights is a missionary memoir.  It describes our family’s experiences in north-central British Columbia while labouring for the gospel in the little village of Fort Babine.  Right now (until January 20) you can get 20% off the retail price by using the code PRICETHAW.  Order it here.  Here are some comments from people who’ve read it:

“Couldn’t put it down! Not quite done…another late night tonight! Thank-you, it is very enjoyable and interesting.”  JVB, Hamilton, ON

“It is a fantastic book! I couldn’t put it down even when I was supposed to be cooking and cleaning. It shows very clearly the joys and sorrows, struggles and triumphs that go along with mission work. A must read for everyone!”  JDR, Neerlandia, AB

“…this is a very worthwhile book. Pleasant to read as it reads like a story, but so much learning to be gained from it as well! You will not be disappointed!”  CH, Hamilton, ON

“…an excellent read. I spent every spare moment this weekend reading it. What a story!”  MS, Neerlandia, AB

 


Outtakes — The Gospel Under the Northern Lights

The new book has a few pictures in it.  Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to include as many as I wanted.  With this blog post, I’d like to share some that didn’t make the cut into the book.

BTW, until January 6, you can get 25% off by using the code ONEMORETHING.  Order it here.

My candidacy examination in Attercliffe, ON in June 2000.

With Rose and Josiah at the Bear Glacier, near the border with Alaska -- July 1, 1999.

Leading the Sunday evening worship service at Wit'at Reformed Fellowship in Fort Babine.

Wit'at Reformed Fellowship, Fort Babine, BC.

Doing a presentation for a class at Ebenezer Canadian Reformed School, Smithers, BC..


Boxing Day Sale — 30% Off

Today (December 26), you can use the code BOXINGDAY305 to get 30% off The Gospel Under the Northern Lights and other titles.

Click here to order.

“If you’re tired of the modern glamorization of mission and long for a raw and realistic portrayal of everyday, ordinary mission work, then this book is for you. Wes Bredenhof has compiled a fascinating and prayer-provoking account of his labor of love among the most remote First Nations people of North America. It will open your eyes — and your heart.”

–Dr. David P. Murray, professor of Old Testament and practical theology at Puritan Theological Seminary

 


Now Available: The Gospel Under the Northern Lights

My new book is now available, both in e-book and print format.  From the back cover:

In 2000, the Smithers Canadian Reformed Church called Wes Bredenhof to be a missionary working among the First Nations in north-central British Columbia. The Gospel Under the Northern Lights tells the story of how that call came to be and how it was carried out. The forests and mountains of BC seem to naturally produce heaps of characters, stories, and adventures. This memoir introduces you to some of them. Along the way you’ll hear of what a privilege and challenge it is to be a messenger of the gospel to a broken world and how that good news of Jesus Christ is still what it is desperately needed among all nations.

You can order it here.


Available as an E-Book: The Gospel Under the Northern Lights

My new book is now available as an e-book download.  Just point your browser right hereThe Gospel Under the Northern Lights: A Missionary Memoir is about my experiences as a missionary in Fort Babine, British Columbia.  The print version will be available next week.  Watch here for more details…