This book is both informative and inspirational. It is an amazing story of how Bibles were brought into Communist countries in the 50's and 60's, and the resilient people who lived there. It is also an amazing testament to God's ever-present care and provision. For those of you who doubt whether God is still working, still caring for people's individual daily lives, still building His Kingdom, then soak up these pages into your life. I have been inspired to listen more to God's leading and follow Him in everyday situations. It has also bolstered my heart for missions once more.
Praise God for what He did through this man's life, redeeming him from a path of destruction into a life that brought hope and God's Word to hundreds of thousands and even millions. Also what an amazing ministry that is still continuing to this day. It still speaks after all these years. This is a must-read.
Along with this, I also recommend "The Heavenly Man" by Brother Yun, "The Fourth Dimension" by Dr. Yongi Cho, "Is That You God?" by Loren Cunningham. Get inspired and follow God radically!
I commute about an hour each way to work and listen to audio books enroute. Sometimes I don't want to get out of my car because I'm at a really good place!
This is an inspirational book about the women of the bible. I didn't remember there being so many. The author did great background research. It's been interesting to pre-read the passages and then do the weekly study - sometimes a different observation or slant is presented. A good read.