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DAYS OF MIRACLES The power of God transforms a primitive people Mason and Virgene Hughes' thrilling account of their years as missionaries to Papua New Guinea reads like a modern-day version of the Book of Acts. Confronting physical challenges, cultural opposition, and demonic resistance, the remarkable couple was instrumental in initiating a powerful, miraculous move of God among a Stone Age people. The sick were healed and the dead raised as the Hughes stepped out in simple faith to follow God's calling as missionaries with the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. Today 2.3 million Foursquare members meet in 20,000 churches across the South Pacific, in large part because of the Hughes' pioneering work. With candor, humor, and thankfulness, they recall God's faithfulness and power. But this is more than just a collection of remarkable true-life stories. As you follow the Hughes on their missionary...
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