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Second Mile People + In the Arena

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Second Mile People + In the Arena

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Isobel Kuhn (1901-1957) was a Canadian missionary to the Lisu people of Yunnan province, China, and northern Thailand. She served with the China Inland Mission (now Overseas Missionary Fellowship), along with her husband, John, as a Bible translator, church planter, Bible teacher, and evangelist and authored nine books about her experiences. Two of her books, Second Mile People and In the Arena, are included in this one volume translation into Chinese.

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SKU 6350
Author Isobel Kuhn
Translator 徐成德、白瑞槐、陈知纲 译;陈知纲 审校
ISBN 978-7-5100-5990-2
Publisher 世界图书出版公司
Publication Date 2013年7月
Format 32k
Number of Pages 326页;250千字
List Price CN¥39.00
Isobel Kuhn (1901-1957) was a Canadian missionary to the Lisu people of Yunnan province, China, and northern Thailand. She served with the China Inland Mission (now Overseas Missionary Fellowship), along with her husband, John, as a Bible translator, church planter, Bible teacher, and evangelist and authored nine books about her experiences. Two of her books, Second Mile People and In the Arena, are included in this one volume translation into Chinese.
Second Mile People is the last of Isobel Kuhn's books to be published. The manuscript was discovered tucked away among files several years after her death. In it she describes six friends and colleagues she knew from her work with the Lisu in China, friends whose lives left a deep impression upon her. These brief character studies of their spiritual lives offer vivid examples of lifestyle Christianity.
In the Arena continues the life story of Isobel Kuhn, begun in her book By Searching. The title refers to the biblical idea that the Christian is on display, like someone condemned to die in the arena. Isobel was convinced that the trials and difficulties of her life as a missionary were "arena experiences," which God used not to punish her but to reveal himself.  Isobel reveals the depth of her spiritual struggles as she writes the lessons she learned in the midst of many challenging experiences, including the invasion of China by the Japanese in 1937.

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