I first posted this piece in February of 2010. Update on it below!
I’ve been reading The Heavenly Man to my two teenagers at lunchtime. This book, which deeply influenced me three years ago, is about the great revival that took place in China in the 1970s and 1980s, in the very midst of the spirit-numbing Cultural Revolution. When people heard about the salvation of Jesus Christ and embraced Him, then giving their lives for Him seemed like a reasonable sacrifice. It was a no-brainer.
Over and over again, while I’m reading, I stop, with tears in my eyes Continue reading “The Heavenly Man: Revival in China . . . and Iran”