in-ká-hai: How sweet it is!

· GoodSeed International
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About this ebook

 After witnessing a mass response to God’s Word among the Manjúi people, Bible teachers Pete and Leah Humphreys struggled to figure out what went wrong. They had presented the Gospel clearly and accurately, but the Manjúis still held tightly to their animistic beliefs, all beneath a thin veneer of Christianity.

This is a case study on presenting the Gospel, but it’s not dry facts. You will find yourself chuckling and perhaps weeping, as you join the Manjúis on a spiritual journey to find what it truly means to have new life in Christ.

The lessons learned can be applied in any situation. Includes a Study Guide.

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About the author

Chantal Chen has a background in journalism and has written on numerous topics for newspapers, magazines and business corporations. Born in Canada, she was raised in the United States, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Chantal and her husband Derek reside in Canada. They have two children.

The Ambassador Series investigates issues relating to the message and method taught and used by Jesus on the road to Emmaus.

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