Ti-Fam, witch doctor's daughter: A flashcard missionary story from Haiti
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Riveting: the kids ages 4-15 loved this story Nov 15, 2005
This is the story of Ti-Fam. Her father is a witch doctor in Haiti. Each of the 5 chapters end with an exciting cliff-hanger and the kids couldn't wait until the next week.
Ti-Fam is afraid of the Christian's "lies" and of her father's voodoo. Then she hears the Gospel for herself. To know that an all powerful God loved her, made her question her fathers religion of vindictive power and fear. She accepts the one true God and God intercedes for her in miraculous ways.
The events in the story are true and it is a privelege and a blessing to share this story to children who may live with unsaved parents. Ti-Fam fears and loves her father. She overcomes her fear and shares the Gospel with her father.
The illustrations in this story are two color (blue and black) but very compelling.