This page–turning account of God calling one family to serve in an extraordinary way will open your eyes to both the darkness and gospel opportunity in foreign lands.
Pat Daly, Vice President, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, South Carolina
… demonstrates all the benefits and all the pitfalls of modern mission work: the ability to be on the field in less than a day (as opposed to weeks), but also the dangers and frustrations of working in a country antagonistic to the gospel. Welcome to the real world of modern missions.
Ben Shaw, Professor of Old Testament, Reformation Bible College
A compelling read. The writer’s honesty, passion and struggles are refreshing … The book should be essential reading for all missionary candidates but also for church/mission leaders, especially in not rushing the process. You will benefit from reading this excellent book!
D. Eryl Davies, Elder, Heath Evangelical Church, Cardiff
The fullness of God’s grace produces surprising fruit when crises become ministry opportunities, barriers turn into blessings, and isolated conditions yield unexpected occasions for fellowship.