Mama Nlundi: Our Adopted Mother is the exciting and inspiring autobiography of Anna Rose Goertzen, a Christian missionary from Nebraska who labored in the mission fields in Africa. In the Belgian Congo, which is now the independent country called Zaire, Anna Rose spread the joyful message of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Fighting against the forces of poverty, ignorance, and the very real power of the black magic practiced by the village witch doctors, she worked incessantly to heal the physical and spiritual illnesses that enslaved the African people, whom she came to love dearly. In response to her loving care for them, they called her "Mama Nlundi," which means "our adopted mother."
- 1982 Anna Rose Goertzen
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- Vantage Press
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- Biographies and Memoirs, Nonfiction, Religion and Spirituality,
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