The Advance Guard of Missions
The Advance Guard of Missions
By Clifford G. Howell

The Advance Guard of Missions tells the incredible stories of twenty-seven missionaries who gave up everyday comforts, and sometimes even their lives, in order to spread the gospel message. 
Africa Adopted Us
Africa Adopted Us
By James L. Fly

This is a love story—not only the story of how a missionary couple comes to love and “adopt” the African people they came to serve, but a story of how the African people come to love and adopt the missionaries as their own,—as people they knew really loved them. And as you read, you’ll come to love them all. 
Africa's Diamonds
Africa's Diamonds
By Yvonne Davy

In Africa’s Diamonds, author Yvonne Davy, who was a missionary wife in Africa, graphically portrays the experiences of Rossier and Myrtle Campbell, two very young people who left their homes and homeland right after their marriage to go to Africa. 
Among the Arabs In Bible Lands
Among the Arabs In Bible Lands
By W. K. Ising

Among the Arabs in Bible Lands is an interesting little book written by missionary W. K. Ising and his wife, who was with him in Palestine. 
Angels Over Manilla
Angels Over Manilla
By Hazel Wilcox and Ruth Wheeler

So begins the exciting true story of Hazel Wilcox and her family, missionaries in the Philippines at the outbreak of World War II, and of the angels who watched over them through bullets, bombs, hunger, and sickness and even while they sang Christmas carols as bombers screamed overhead.
Anna and Bent
Anna and Bent
By Bent Axel Larsen

It was 1927. Excitement ran through the Skodsborg Sanitarium near Copenhagen, Denmark. The great missionary from South America, Fernando Stahl, had arrived on campus. This is their story during some of the most exciting days in the great South American field. 
Banza's Incredible Journey
Banza's Incredible Journey
By Celeste Perrino Walker

The Adventist Church has commissioned ADRA for a very special mission. That mission is to help the most needy of God’s children.
The Best Amazing True Mission Stories
The Best Amazing True Mission Stories
By J. H. Zachary

The day of miracles is not past. From Africa to America, from the South Pacific islands to Siberia, miracles are taking place as God works to bring individuals to Himself.
Burning Hope
Burning Hope
By Dan Day

Burning Hope is a story of courage and adventure, the story of God’s leading in the life of a German youth who recognized God’s call and refused to let circumstances turn him aside from responding. 
Conquering High Mountains
Conquering High Mountains
By Marvin Moore

Conquering High Mountains shares the story, hopes, and bravery of the Beans--which now allows Christian denominations of Bolivia to live free and work together for the common goal of uplifting humanity and bringing Jesus Christ into the hearts of the rich and poor, high and low. 
Cupcake Hill
Cupcake Hill
By Juanita Napoles Romano

Yet, the sense that God is with them, and will lead them out of their poverty, prevails. Cupcake Hill is the story of one woman’s spiritual growth. From the exuberance and innocence of childhood, the poverty of young adulthood, and the tragedy of disease, Juanita matures into a woman of hopeful courage. 
Dark Night, Brilliant Star
Dark Night, Brilliant Star
By Eileen E. Lantry

This is the true story of Abram La Rue, a missionary to the island of Hong Kong. For fourteen years, he and a friend distributed magazines, tracts, and books and spoke the good news of salvation wherever they went. 
Dearest Folks
Dearest Folks
By Margaret Watts

In 1956, Sydney nurse Margaret Watts and her husband Horrie set out on the adventure of a lifetime: mission service in Vanuatu (then the New Hebrides), followed by further years serving on the island of Bougainville in the then-Territory of New Guinea. In these letters sent home to family in Australia, Margaret gives a thorough account of what daily life was like working as a missionary nurse in remote areas of the Pacific.
For God and Emperor
For God and Emperor
By Herbert and Della Hanson

This is the story, as told by Herbert Hanson, of his and his wife’s missionary service in Ethiopia. You will be inspired as you hear how God uses them mightily and unexpectedly for His service. 
Forbidden Islands
Forbidden Islands
By John P. L. Gray

Pastor John Gray embarked as missionary to the Fiji Islands in 1963, and in the face of great opposition, evil spirits, and disheartened people, he sought to win souls for Christ and teach them about a loving God. 
Fruit from the Jungle
Fruit from the Jungle
By M. D. Wood

Pastor Wood and his family were pioneer missionaries for the work of God and the Seventh-day Adventist Church to the people of India. Even in the midst of this motley mixture of religious beliefs, he battled to spread Bible truth. 
Glimpses of Korea
Glimpses of Korea
By U. J. Urquhart

First written in 1923 and rereleased as part of the Heritage collection, Glimpses of Korea is a diary of the author’s missionary travels in Korea. The reader will learn of the history, strange customs, and way of life for the Korean people and the work of the church among them.  
High Adventure In Korea
High Adventure In Korea
By Theodora S. Wangerin

This book is a collection of personal stories of the lives of Koreans sure to bring the reader inspiration and courage to keep the faith of Jesus even in the midst of trial.  
In the Land of the Incas
In the Land of the Incas
By F. A. Stahl

This is the true story of Pastor Stahl, missionary to the Inca Indians of Peru.
Invisible Escort
Invisible Escort
By Rose Christensen

This is the story of the Christensens’ mission work in war-torn China. They endured air raids, floods, serious illness, bandits, enemy cross fire, invasion after invasion, and had lived through them all.
Jungle Adventurer
Jungle Adventurer
By Eileen E. Lantry

Elder O. E. Davis was one who pushed toward a goal and nothing could stop him. He accepted God's order to establish a mission amoung the Indians in western British Guiana. Today many Indians live in the hope of Jesus because Elder Davis loved them and gave his life for them. 
Jungle Journey and other stories
Jungle Journey and other stories
By Bent Axel Larsen

Inspiring mission stories from the jungles and mountains of Peru.
Lantern Light
Lantern Light
By May Cole Kuhn

Lantern Light is the true story of Gentle Blessing, a young Chinese girl growing up in upper-middle-class China. 
The Long Road to China
The Long Road to China
By Joy Swift

The Long Road to China is Harry Miller’s amazing story of uncommon courage, uncommon dedication, and uncommon faith.
The Lord's Prayer Through Primitive Eyes
The Lord's Prayer Through Primitive Eyes
By Gottfried, Oosterwal

These meditations on the Lord’s Prayer enable us to see through “new eyes” as we revisit the phrases in this familiar passage.  
Lure of India
Lure of India
By Elva Babcock Gardner

Lure of India is the story of missionaries Joe and Judy Gardner. In the early part of the 1900s, they left father and mother, home and country, to serve as teachers and missionaries at a mission school in India. The small village of Kottarakara became their home for seven years. 
Man-Eaters of Malekula
Man-Eaters of Malekula
By Roy Brandstater

Man-Eaters of Malekula is more than a mission story. It is a documented account of miracles, drama, tragedy and triumph in the rescue of thousands from the darkness of evil to the hope and healing found in the name of Jesus.
Mem Kha's Love Story
Mem Kha's Love Story
By Jeane Kravig

This is the story of Jeane Kravig’s experience as a medical secretary on a mission hospital compound in Thailand—ten years of ups and downs and adjustments to a new life among the Thai people.

Miracle on the Mountain
Miracle on the Mountain
By Bradley Booth

Miracle on the Mountain is a collection of twelve extraordinary mission stories of faith and courage from around the globe. Stand alongside Li Hua and Segfred as they face certain death. Walk beside Genya and Won Tak as they preach the gospel against all odds, and journey with Philipp and Thomas to the ends of the earth to share the truth of the three angels' messages.
Mission Fields at Home
Mission Fields at Home
By Louis Martin Halswick

Mission Fields at Home reveals to the reader the great opportunity we as Americans have in our home country to evangelize the many nationalities that represent our culture. 
Mission to the Navajo
Mission to the Navajo
By Betty Stirling

This book will share with you a glance of Navajo life, past and present, and a sketch of the story of Christian missions among these people, with a more detailed picture of Seventh-day Adventist mission activity and a glimpse into the possibilities of the future. 
Mission: Africa
Mission: Africa
By Bob Prouty

The author, Bob Prouty, spent six years in Zaire, Africa. For five of those years he was principal of the School of Pedagogy at the Institute de Lukanga. In this book he tells some of his experiences. 
Missions: A Two-Way Street
Missions: A Two-Way Street
By Jon L. Dybdahl

Anyone interested in missions will find this book profitable as well as interesting. 
Our Story of Missions
Our Story of Missions
By William A. Spicer

Our Story of Missions by William A. Spicer covers the span of missionary work from the early Old Testament times to the beginning of the Seventh-day Adventist Missions and its spread into Europe. 
Paddles Over the Kamarang
Paddles Over the Kamarang
By Robert H. Pierson and Joseph O. Emmerson

Paddles Over the Kamarang is the actual experiences of a modern missionary adventure--a month-long trip to visit our "Davis Indian" believers of Mount Roraima.
Pakistan Zindabad!
Pakistan Zindabad!
By D. T. Hawley

First written in 1961 and rereleased as part of the Heritage project, this book is a collection of stories about the author’s experience in Pakistan as a missionary. 
Polynesian Paradise
Polynesian Paradise
By Ronald William Taylor

Together, the Taylors went to the island country of Samoa to spread the light of God’s message to its inhabitants. This is the fascinating story of their mission work and the life and customs of the South Pacific, and how God’s message transforms the island people.
Scar Across the Heart
Scar Across the Heart
By Bob Prouty

If you enjoyed Bob Prouty’s book Mission: Africa, said to be the best mission story of the decade, you will enjoy this sequel. 
Sky Pilot of Alaska
Sky Pilot of Alaska
By Fern Royer Owens

These are true stories of dangerous journeys by land, sea, and air; rescues in raging storms and fierce tides, sleepless nights on board the "Messenger". This book is the record of a man who dared to drink deeply of adventure but also lived a life dedicated to the advance of Christianity in Alaska.
Some Rain Must Fall
Some Rain Must Fall
By Elizabeth McFadden

This is the story of a missionary doctor’s life in India and Pakistan and of her triumph over tragedy, a book that will tug mightily at your heart strings till the very last page. 
SOS: Urgent Call From Bangladesh
SOS: Urgent Call From Bangladesh
By Eleanor I. Jackson

Urgent Call From Bangladeshis the story of Mac and Eleanor Jackson, two “ancients” in their seventies who traveled to Bangladesh to serve the people who lived there. 
Strange Peoples and Customs
Strange Peoples and Customs
By Adelaide Bee Evans

Though the journeys are sometimes unpleasant, these missionary stories are beautifully told, and the reader will enjoy learning about the strange customs of strange peoples and how the gospel is going to all the people of the earth.
Student Nurse
Student Nurse
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

Little did Sue know what the future held in store for her: tragedy with patients; death of a loved one and life that seemed to have lost its meaning; trouble and triumph with her fellow students; blossoming love and the leading of God—all in the life of a student nurse. 
Surely God Led
Surely God Led
By J. M. Howell

Surely God Led is the inspiring story of John Howell’s life, his mission experiences in South America and later his work as editor-in-chief of the Bible textbooks used for many years in our Adventist schools.
Ten Days
Ten Days
By Corrine Vanderwerff

Ten Days is a day-by-day account of an evangelistic safari to the isolated village of Kitenge in Zaire—the real heart of Africa—the heart yearning for the gospel. 
Under His Wings
Under His Wings
By Yvonne Davy

Under His Wings looks back over the missionary days of the Davy family as they realize how again and again they were extremely fortunate to have God's protection while trying to live and raise a family during those perilous times.
Up and Down the Andes on a Burro
Up and Down the Andes on a Burro
By Edgar L. Maxwell

This little book tells a few of the author's many thrilling and unusual experiences sharing the gospel in South America. 
Voyage of the Arctic Arrow
Voyage of the Arctic Arrow
By C. S. Cooper

Go adventuring with Charles and Virginia Cooper as they build their own boat and sail one thousand miles down the Mackenzie River to the Arctic Ocean!
White Wings, Green Jungle
White Wings, Green Jungle
By James and Dorothy Aitken

Fly with the authors over the vast green jungle of South America, as the first denominationally sponsored planes in Adventist history speed to remote mission outposts on their errands of mercy and enlightenment. 
Wings Over New Guinea
Wings Over New Guinea
By Goldie Down

Wings over New Guinea is the thrilling story of the dream of a young missionary (Leonard Barnard) to use airplanes to penetrate the jungle to bring spiritual and physical healing to places where no white man had ever been before. Leonard Barnard flew his “mercy” plane and brought hope to thousands. 
Winning Sales and Souls
Winning Sales and Souls
By Chester G. Cross

In Winning Sales and Souls, Chester G. Cross uses his rich experience to present to the reader a practical, down-to-earth method of making sales and at the same time discloses the technique of leading men to a knowledge of God. 
With Our Missionaries in China
With Our Missionaries in China
By Emma Anderson

It is hoped that this book will inspire others to join in the work of volunteers for service in this great and needy field.