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Laura's Children

Laura's Children: the Hidden Story of a Chinese Orphanage tells the true story of a shy Ohio nurse who moved to a remote North China village in 1929 to take in castaway babies. Through 22 years of famines, bandit invasions and wars, Laura Richards lived in the same poor conditions as the Chinese peasants, while managing to save the lives of nearly 200 destitute children...

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Faith Journey

Faith Journey: Laura Richards and the Orphans of Canaan Home in China is the translation in Chinese of Laura's Children. It is the true story of a shy young Ohio nurse who moved to a remote North China village in 1929 to take in castaway babies. Through 22 years of famines, bandit invasions and wars, she lived in the same poor conditions as the Chinese peasants, while managing to save the lives of nearly 200 destitute children...

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My Roots Go Back to Loving

"No one could stay depressed reading this book," says Pastor Atalo Méndez from New Ysleta Baptist Church about the book My Roots Go Back to Loving: and other stories from "1998: Year of the Family." This book reveals the heart of El Paso in the faith-based stories of El Paso families...

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