Always Enough: God’s Miraculous Provision among the Poorest Children on Earth

ISBN: 0800793617
ISBN 13: 9780800793616
By: Rolland Baker Heidi Baker

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Reader's Thoughts

Meagan Brantley

A great read for aspiring missionaries, or Believers looking to up their walk.


A very powerful and deep book. I really enjoyed this, the authors heidi and rolland baker tell about their lives as missionaries in mozambique. They take in hundreds of orphaned children, make it through life threatening floods, and see that God still heals the sick, and raises the dead.An amazing read for any christian, i would recommend it for someone anticipating becoming a missionary. The authors show what it is to give your life fully to the lord to do what ever he wants with it.


Read this one for English class three years ago, and picked it up again before hearing hear speak at a conference I attended. Great book! The stories in it will really make you marvel..

Hye Sung

Incredibly inspirational, honest, and makes you hunger for intimacy with God. Heidi and Rolland Baker are simply laid-down lovers of God where the miraculous is simply natural in their ministry. This account of their ministry in Mozambique, as well as the things that led up to it, will increase your faith, break your heart, and will push you to sweet doxology.


This book is legitimately CRAZY. If you believe in God, read this book and see - through stories from halfway around the world - what amazing things He is willing to do when people are completely dependent on Him.


One of the most inspiring books I have read.


I loved how these missionaries had every need met while working in Africa.


Inspiring and challenging.


I have no questions about the Baker's motivations or earnestness. They are a brother and sister of mine in Christ. But this book is filled with bad theology. It's written by confused people, and I'm concerned that they are only confusing others. It's also really badly written.

Lee Woojin

God is Good and he is moving nowadays!

Mary West

This is one of the most life-changing, life impacting books I've ever read. Heidi and Rolland are radical lovers of God who have lived in garbage dumps and shacks all across Mozambique, taking in thousands and thousands of orphans with no way of taking care of them. They depend on Jesus every day to be all that they need...and He shows up and multiplies food daily, raises the dead, opens blind eyes and ears...etc. You can't come away without your heart being broken for the orphans and the widows.


5 stars for content and challenge, not necessarily writing style but I don't think the authors were concerned about winning any writing awards. I've been challenged and have a new addition to my list of "dangerous" books; books that will leave forever changed.


Very inspiring, if not exactly relaxing...


How amazing would it be to experience these awesome miracles?! Made me want to head to Africa.


Read at my friends request. This book is great. And the Bakers represent Gods heart for the western world in the 21st century.

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