SayToTheseMountains 800Winner of the Benjamin Franklin Gold Medal, Say to These Mountains tells the true story of Wallace Turnbull, one of Haiti’s pioneers in development and missions. Over the course of 70 years, his work changed countless lives and influenced national policy in both Haiti and the United States. For his work, he was decorated with the National Order of Honor and Merit, Haiti’s highest honor.

As told by Wallace’s granddaughter, this eloquent biography takes the reader on a journey through the life of a complex man and his adopted country, painting a picture of grace and mercy vastly different from the often-grim stories shared about the island nation and her people.

Photographs of Wallace Turnbull 

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"Say to These Mountains is an essential tool for insight to Haiti's history, landscape, and people." –Rebecca Brewster Stevenson, bestselling author of Healing Maddie Brees

“How many children, how many elderly, how many generations were touched—how many survived—because of the work the Pastor has done?” –President Michel Martelly of Haiti during the bestowing of the Order of Honor and Merit to Wallace Turnbull

“Wallace and Eleanor invited me into their home up on the mountain and in that evening explained to me what it takes to survive and even to thrive in Haiti…. I heard their words, but I also saw it in them.” –Wes Stafford, former President and CEO of Compassion International