This week is going to be busy for our SIFAT staff, but you have several opportunities to get involved. Check out the schedule below to see what’s happening!

Tuesday, 4-6 p.m.: Sarah Corson will be at His Place Christian Resources in Lineville, Ala., for a book signing as part of His Place’s Christmas Open House. For more information, click here.
Wednesday, 6-8 p.m.: Alpha Kappa Lambda and the employees of AU Photo Services are offering Christmas photos in front of Samford Hall on Auburn’s campus. For a $25 donation, you’ll receive two 5×7 photos and a CD with digital copies that you can have reprinted or use for Christmas card photos. For more information, click here.

Sunday, 2 p.m.: Sarah Corson will have a book signing at Wedowee FUMC in Wedowee, Ala. The event will start with Sarah reading an excerpt from Risking Everything. For more information, click here.

*Don’t forget to use or when you’re shopping online for Cyber Monday deals and Christmas shopping! Both of these sites allow SIFAT to receive a percentage of your total purchase. It’s free money for us, and a way for you to donate without realizing it! See our past posts about iGive and Goodshop to learn more.

Risking Everything Arrives at SIFAT!


Sarah & Ken helping unload the books

SIFAT cofounder Sarah Corson’s latest book, Risking Everything, chronicles the Corsons years as missionaries in the jungle of Bolivia. Drawing from articles she wrote with vivid detail at the time they happened, Sarah takes the reader into the reality of the world we live in…both then and still today. God’s call to mission rings out on every page of this book as she takes us into the hearts and lives of the people of Bolivia.

Just in time for Christmas: Risking Everything costs $15 per book. Books can be purchased at the SIFAT Village Store or can be shipped to you for a small fee ($3 for the first copy, add $.50 for each additional copy). To order your copy, please call the SIFAT office at 256.396.2015 or e-mail Large quantity discounts are available.

Photo caption: Sarah and Ken Corson unload the first case of books off the truck. Sarah shared that she began writing the book in 1977 on a typewriter, and now it’s finally published!