Man of Vision: Audio Cassette: The Candid, Compelling Story of Bob and Lorraine Pierce, Founders of World Vision and Samaritan’s Purse
“We are widely-used to frank biographies, especially of film stars and entertainers, but this book sets a fresh record for that evangelical world. The daughter who chronicles this heartbreaking story clearly loves–yes, adores–her father. It is usually a great literary coup.” –This text identifies an beyond print or unavailable edition with this title.
“This book can be a combination of a pleasant novel along with a believable biography—like an excerpt from the Bible character’s life. But most importantly, it’s actually a testimony. And, like all testimony that glorifies Jesus Christ, it comes with an overcoming power within it.”
— JACK W. HAYFORD, President, International Church in the Foursquare Gospel
“Marilee’s heartbreakingly beautiful, honest account with the ministry and marriage of her parents can be a definite must for Christians at all stages of pilgrimage.”
— DALE EVANS ROGERS
“We are utilized to frank biographies, especially of film stars and entertainers, but this book sets a fresh record for your evangelical world. The daughter who chronicles this heartbreaking story clearly loves—yes adores—her father. It is usually a great literary coup.”
— RUSSELL T. HITT, Author of Jungle Pilo –This text identifies an beyond print or unavailable edition on this title.
About the Author
Marilee Pierce-Dunker, the daughter of Bob Pierce, educates churches and ministries during the entire US about World Vision and it is international child sponsorship programs.Before joining World Vision’s staff, she served in many different roles including single’s minister, Bible study teacher, retreat speaker, author, and radio host. In addition to this book, Marilee has written two others: A Braver Song to Sing and Walker’s Point. She has also hosted her very own radio show, “Let’s Talk.”Marilee and her husband, Robert Dunker, are in Southern California and possess two grown daughters, Michelle and Stacey. –This text means an outside of print or unavailable edition of the title.