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An Asian Harvest: An Autobiography Paperback – June 27, 2017
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"Paul Hattaway is a faithful servant called by the Lord. He is a God-fearing prayer warrior who studies the Bible carefully and walks in the ways of the Lord." --Brother Yun, "The Heavenly Man"
"It has been my privilege to have known Paul Hattaway for nearly twenty years. I have not met anyone else with his knowledge and understanding of the Church and people of Asia. He has experienced missionary life first hand, his research is legendary, and he appreciates the challenges of going to the unreached. Paul has been an invaluable friend, partner, and advisor to AsiaLink since our inception. If you meet Paul, you will know that overriding all of this is his God-given desire to see Asia's billions saved from eternal death." --Colin Dudgeon, AsiaLink, United Kingdom
"We are grateful to Paul Hattaway and Asia Harvest for providing millions of Bibles to the people of China. We cannot find words to express our thanks for the unselfish giving of those who have provided the Word of Life to us." --Brother Chen, senior house church leader, China
About the Author
Paul Hattaway is an expert on the Chinese church and author of THE HEAVENLY MAN, the story of Brother Yun; OPERATION CHINA, and many other books. Paul went on to set up Asia Harvest, a Christian ministry committed to see effective churches planted among unreached people groups throughout Asia.
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I bought the book in paperback, and I'm glad I did, as I can easily share it with family and friends.
Anything He desires. He can use him to bless thousands of fellow believers, reach countless perishing souls, and alert the church to the desperate needs in Asia.
This is a Christian autobiography; more than that, it’s a chronicle of Christ’s work in and through a willing servant. Christ really is the center of this book. Hattaway is very careful to give God the glory for any successes or blessings he and his ministry have seen. By the end of the book, you will want the same quality walk with the Savior he has. Will you trade security, wealth, health, love, and reputation for it? Are you willing, as he was, to obey God’s direction at every step? When you fail, will you repent? Will you worry more about Christ’s reputation than your own? Will you give yourself to God?
I was so convicted and encouraged by this book. It’s Hattaway’s story, but more it’s his testimony of redemption and sanctification. He tells it in a very straightforward manner, only interrupting to illustrate with a scripture verse or two. That was done in a slightly different manner than I’ve seen before. It was done so well that it didn’t interrupt the train of thought. Oh, there were also a few paragraphs inserted here and there by other people. They helped give both sides of the story very clearly.
No doubt, this book will generate controversy. It deals with some of the nastiest things that happen in the Church. He does it with grace and delicacy, but it’s a hard read. How could it not be? (I’m trying not to spoil the book, so there will be no specifics.) The original sin that affected them stretched into years of slander, attacks, threats, and intimidation. Hattaway describes what going through a situation like that and the resulting rumors and loneliness is like. While he speaks of what others did to him and his family, he still focuses on God’s grace, strength, comfort, forgiveness, and teachings more.
There are many miracles mentioned, but again they aren’t the focus. Christ and His purposes are. I didn’t feel that it was sensationalized. Therefore, I recommend it to you wholeheartedly. I believe, if you are saved, it will encourage you to walk with the Lord; and if you are lost, by the end, you will know that Christ paid the penalty for your sins by dying on the Cross, and rose again to offer you eternal life. What will you do with Jesus which is called Christ?
I received this as a free ARC from NetGalley and Lion Hudson IP Limited Monarch Books. No review was required, but it was my pleasure to write it. Please let me recommend it to you. It is a great blessing.
His story is thrilling & convicting. His ministry to smuggle bibles in China & get the Word of God to the darkest Asian places is explained in great detail & drama in this book. He does not hold back but pulls the curtain back so that people can understand the risk of following Jesus & the reward of risky faith.
You will be shocked by what Hathaway endured & you will be saddened by what you’re not experiencing due to your lack of zeal & risk. This journey will ruin your desire for comfort, safety & security.
To understand what I am describing, please check out this book & others by Paul Hattaway.
I received this book free from Kregel Publications as part of their Academic & Ministry Blog Review Service. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
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