6 x 9 - 296 Pages
Subtitle: Elaine Zeidman Markovic and the Story of Scott Mission
"The history of Jewish believers in Yeshua is an important subject. In this significant biography, one of our writers of high literary talents presents an absorbing and important biography of the Zeidmans and their work in Toronto."
-Dr. Daniel Juster, Th.D.
Founder and Director of Tikkun International (Jerusalem, Israel); Founding President of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations; Co-founder of the Messianic Jewish Biblical Institute; currently on the faculty of The Kings College, Van Nuys, CA
"Scott Mission has been, and continues to be, an oasis of Christian faith and love in the centre of North America's fourth largest city. Begun with a heart for those in need, it continues to be prophetic and pastoral, providing for earth-driven needs."
-Brian C. Stiller
Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance
Holy chutzpah and a bold trust in miracles led Morris and Annie Zeidman to found The Scott Mission in 1941. With the help of their children, they built one of Toronto's best-loved inner city ministries: "the Miracle on Spadina." Through the eyes of their daughter Elaine Zeidman Markovic, a remarkable story unfolds of blessings, heartbreak and personal triumph—and the presence of God who never failed, even in the darkest hours, to renew hope and restore their faith.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 October, 2015.