Now Available: Spanish-language Version of Nurturing the Nations!

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May marked the release of the Spanish edition of Darrow Miller’s book, Nurturing the Nations.

Entitled, The Oppression of the Woman, Poverty and Development, this Spanish-language version is the result of the efforts of many at YWAM, including Viviana Velie and Rosaura Mesones, among others.

This is not a book about women; it is a book that deals with the intersection of three seemingly very different subjects: women, poverty, and worldview.  The book addresses one of the greatest causes of worldwide poverty: the lie that men are superior to women.

Nurturing the Nations is written for anyone interested in studying the role of women in society, and particularly for those concerned about poverty, such as social workers, missionaries, and relief and development workers.

Author Darrow Miller says: Please join me in thanking the Lord for the completion of this project and then asking for His intervention in distributing The Oppression of the Woman throughout the Spanish-speaking world. Let’s pray that God will use this book to bring transformation in the Spanish-speaking world.

You may order this book by writing Viviana Velie.

To read a sample of the book, and find a list of distributors in Latin America, go here .

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