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At the Foot of the Snows tells the inspiring story of an American family living among the virtually unknown Kham Magar of Nepal, developing a deep bond of friendship that transcended their cultural divide. Through years of study and hard work, they translated Scripture into the Kham language, igniting a spark of interest in the gospel that would fan to life through years of persecution. Through it all, David and Nancy Watters struggled to demonstrate that gospel to these people who lived, in the words of the Khams, "at the foot of the snows."
Worship Leader magazine: Best of the Best 2012
Reviews & Endorsements
“The book will inspire you. It will likely change you."
—Michael R. Walrod, PhD, DrCM, Philippines President, Canada Institute of Linguistics, Trinity Western University
“The book deserves a wider audience than the missionary narrative genre.”
—Dr. Stephen Bezruchka, Author of Trekking Nepal, 8th Ed., Department of Global Health, UW School of Public Health
“Rarely have I read a missionary narrative so riveting”
—Dr. David L. Jeffrey, Distinguished Senior Fellow and Director of Manuscript Research in Scripture and Tradition, Institute for Studies in Religion, Baylor University
“You will appreciate the depth of insight, linguistic skill, and fearless commitment of David Watters and his family. This story not only inspires, it illustrates the use of missiological wisdom for international development.”
— Bruce Graham, Associate Editor, Perspectives Reader
“Grab this opportunity to get a glimpse into the heroism of the cross.”
— Vishal Mangalwadi, Author
Posted by Dan M on 26th Mar 2014
Rarely do I love a book so much that I order over 20 copies so that I can give them to friends. But this is that book!
My own experience with Seattle Book Company, though, let me try to describe as fairly as possible: Even though it took 3 months without any response to my emails and calls, the books did arrive in the end, and all is well that ends well. I'd like to imagine that this was an untypical experience, but it's not like you can get the books anywhere else, so if you have a similar experience, be assured the book is worth the wait and the silence, it's that good.