Beginning in the Pan Handle of Oklahoma during the Depression days,
life was at it's worst for Bill Quisenberry and his family.
Starvation and other hardships were a threat to them all. Finally,
the family moved to Pomona, California. There, in church, he met
his wife and eventually they served on two foreign mission fields.
Much of that part of the story depicts raising their six children
on the island of Okinawa. Being faith missionaries, they learned
early how to trust God for their needs.
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