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Always Enough
Always Enough by Rolland and Heidi Baker

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Author: Rolland and Heidi Baker
Subtitle: God's Provision Among the Worlds Poorest Children
Format: Paperback
Length: 186 Pages
Published: 2003

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Is God still in the business of miracles? Does He still multiply food, send financial resources where there were none, heal the sick, even raise the dead?

Always Enough shows that all of these things, and more, happen today just as they did in Bible times. Even the most desperate poverty, the most devastating illness and the most heart-wrenching grief are not beyond His help. As you follow the adventures of missionaries Rolland and Heidi Baker in Mozambique – ravaged by civil war and famine to become one of the poorest places on earth – you’ll be awed by God’s limitless power and tender provision. The account of how He has enabled the Bakers to help many hundreds of Mozambique’s throw away children and start an astounding five thousand churches will warm your heart and move you to tears.

The simple practice of “ministering to the one” and choosing to trust God daily unleashes great power to change any situation. So come along on the journey! Witness what God is doing in one of the poorest nations on earth, then invite Him to work His miracles in your own life.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Children No One Wanted
Chapter 2: The Call
Chapter 3: Chihango
Chapter 4: See Them One by One
Chapter 5: Explosion!
Chapter 6: Floods in Mozambique
Chapter 7: Floods of Revival
Chapter 8: Stop for the Dying
Chapter 9: All Fruitfulness Flows from Intimacy
Chapter 10: Postscript: Jars of Clay

About the Author

Heidi and Rolland Baker, founders of Iris Ministries, served as missionaries in Indonesia and Hong Kong before following God’s call in 1995 to Mozambique. Having faced overwhelming need, the Bakers now watch God provide miraculously for almost 2,000 children at their centers. Iris Ministries has expanded to more than 5,000 churches all over Mozambique and neighboring countries.