Eric Liddell Running For A Higher Prize
Series: Heroes for young readers
Eric Liddell (1902-1945) stunned the world by refusing to run his Olympic race on a Sunday, a day he believed was for honoring God. Many people thought he was a fool, but Eric believed God's promise. "He who honors me, I will honor" - and God kept His promise. From winning Olympic gold to leaving his fame behind to go to China as a missionary, Eric put God in first place.
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|Series||Heroes for young readers|
|Author||Taft Renee Meloche|