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  • The Promise: The Story of Ed and Virginia Jacober

The Promise: The Story of Ed and Virginia Jacober

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Virgina Jacober was just a young teenager when God gave her a distinct promise accompanied by a clear vision of her future. She could not know then the intricacies of the path that would lead to the fulfillment of the promise.

After 20 years of ministry in India, the Jacobers unexpectedly returned to America. But once more there was a specific promise from the Lord, a promise that would be realized in a most delightful way—but only after a 10-year detour to the Arabs and Bedouins of Israel.

This is a story of sacrificial ministry combined with a perspective on the Arab/Israeli conflict that won't be found on CNN.

About the Author

Virginia Jacober
SARAH "VIRGINIA" JACOBER was born in Dayton, Ohio and accepted Jesus as her Savior at age eleven. The first time she heard a missionary speak, she knew this was what God wanted her do. After graduating from Nyack College, she married Edward G Jacober. They pastored a church while he attended Dallas Theological Seminary, and then were appointed by The Christian and Missionary Alliance to do evangelistic work in India. Their four children attended school in the Himalaya Mountains. Transferred to Bethlehem, Israel, they taught the Bible and visited Bedouin tents for fifteen years. Sarah’s husband died, but she continued working and speaking in churches. After retiring, she made fifteen short term mission trips to various countries around the world.More than forty of Sarah’s articles and poems, plus six books have been published. Sarah lives near family in North Carolina, has seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and continues to write for God’s glory.

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ISBN: 978-1-60066-258-4
Publish Date: January 2007
Dimensions: 5.25 x 8.25
Format: Paperback