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The Wayfarers and the Challenge of the Dragon River

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The Wayfarers and the Challenge of the Dragon River

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This missionary biography follows a group of young Swedish men and women who went to Yunnan, China in the late 1920s with the Swedish Free Mission.  Written by a woman whose parents were among those missionaries, the book falls into three parts: her parents’ pioneering work, their captivity in the Japanese occupation during World War II (when her father died), and her own difficult return to Sweden at the age of ten. The final chapter is a moving account of her return visit to Yunnan in 2001 and the discovery of a Christian witness continuing in the places where the gospel had been brought by her parents and others seventy years earlier. This is a little known story that deserves to be more widely known and appreciated as an example of the courage and faith of the missionaries and of God's faithfulness over the years.
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SKU 6414
外文书名 The Wayfarers, and the Challenge of the Great Dragon River
Author Ruth Asp-Odlander
Translator 黎晓容、刘芳菲、阿信
ISBN 978-7-5126-2113-8
Publisher 团结出版社
Publication Date 2013年11月
Format 32k
Number of Pages 276页;210千字
List Price CN¥29.00
This missionary biography follows a group of young Swedish men and women who went to Yunnan, China in the late 1920s with the Swedish Free Mission.  Written by a woman whose parents were among those missionaries, the book falls into three parts: her parents’ pioneering work, their captivity in the Japanese occupation during World War II (when her father died), and her own difficult return to Sweden at the age of ten. The final chapter is a moving account of her return visit to Yunnan in 2001 and the discovery of a Christian witness continuing in the places where the gospel had been brought by her parents and others seventy years earlier. This is a little known story that deserves to be more widely known and appreciated as an example of the courage and faith of the missionaries and of God's faithfulness over the years.
 

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