YWAM is full of great stories of God’s work around the world. Here are 10 recent books from YWAM authors that can inspire you and your family.
We Can End Bible Poverty Now, by Loren Cunningham. In this book, YWAM founder Loren Cunningham speaks of his passion and goal to make the Word of God available to every person on earth—in this generation.
Taking on Giants, by Joe Portale. From spiritual forces in France to the perilous Sahara desert to war and poverty in Southeast Asia, Joe and his ministry team persevered through many challenges. Their successes and failures provide a roadmap for all who would respond to God’s call.
The Homes of Hope Story, by Sean Lambert. A behind-the-scenes account of how God led Sean and Janet Lambert in building homes for the poor and how thousands have joined with them in discovering the joy of giving.
Epic Faith, by Marty Myer. In his journey from youth pastor in Idaho to missionary trekking through Nepal and India, Marty Meyer shares his epic failures as well as his triumphs.
God and Political Justice, by Landa Cope. Are political justice and human flourishing possible? Landa Cope shows that the answer is yes—and it will require hard work and an unwavering commitment to God’s revealed principles.
Bring Your Eyes and See, by Steve and Marie Goode. Steve Goode and Marie Bentley, high-school sweethearts from Tennessee, couldn’t have imagined all they would see through multiple decades of service to the poor and oppressed.
Boundless, by Bryan Bishop. First-hand accounts of a startling phenomenon: hidden movements of Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists who are following Jesus outside the boundaries of traditional Western Christianity.
Love Notes to God, by Linda McGowen Panci. A story of adventure, faith, and healing in the French-speaking world.
River People, by Kent and Josephine Truehl. Kent, an American, and Josephine, an Australian, journeyed to an unfamiliar continent and set out to live on a riverboat deep in the Amazon jungle.