Into the Copper River Valley: The Letters and Ministry of Vincent James Joy, Pioneer Missionary to Alaska

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Carlton Press, Jan 1, 1983 - Missionaries - 257 pages
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Into the Copper River Valley is an incredible writing about an incredible man. I read Faye Crandall's work with much interest having known both Vincent Joy and Faye. I witnessed the work of Vincent Joy first hand as I lived in Glennallen for 8 of the years talked about in the book. I questioned the wisdom of Vincent when he talked about building a radio station, which is still on the air in 2015. And I questioned the wisdom of beginning a Bible College in Glennallen, hundreds of miles from nowhere. But it was built and is still in operation in 2015. I witnessed the incredible faith Vincent had in his God. I sat beside him in choir, listening t his incredible bass voice as it rang out the praises of God. I could go on and on about all the wonderful things I know about Vincent and Rebecca Joy. My two sons were born in Faith Hospital, another accomplishment of faith. Only God knows about all the things they accomplished. Thank you Faye Crandall for putting the book together.  



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