Christopher and Angela Yuans new book, "Out of A Far Country" is a wonderful testimony to Christ's redemptive power in our lives.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about the gay lifestyle and how the family copes when confronted with this issue.
As an avid reader, I often read a book and then not think much more about it, but this book is so amazing it will be one I never forget.
I saw Christopher interviewed and was interested to read his story. This is an easy and quick read, which offers a perspective most of us cannot imagine.Published 1 day ago by Joel
Love the sinner but hate the sin were words that came to me as I read this book. The way mother and son told their stories took me on am emotional roller coaster at times. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Susan Sucharski
Powerful testimony of God's grace & mercy! A must read by everyone & every family.Published 13 days ago by Jessica Firmeza
I started reading this book just before Easter Sunday, and the timing couldn't have been better. Anyone who would dismiss the Yuans' testimony as "homophobic" or... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Matt Grills
Good read. Warm and rich. I found myself cheering for Christopher. Full of hope and practical wisdom. This book could helpPublished 15 days ago by PAB
This is an important book for children and parents affected by homosexuality. It is very straightforward, heart breaking at times, but also holds
hope for those who are... Read more
This book is a gift. Only noticed a red marking on the bottom called a "remainder mark". I didn't read the book description, otherwise I would have known. Read morePublished 24 days ago by sundevils
This was a story that captivated my attention. Judging on a scale of one to five, I have to give this book a seven. Read morePublished 28 days ago by E. Crossing
An intimate painful yet honest memoir of Christopher and his mum Angela's story. I came back feeling more excited for what can do for those who would believe and call upon our... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Kevin Siow