Lives from a Black Tin Box
Prudence Bell with Ronald Clements
This is the history of Prudence Bells family, going back several generations to set the scene for the missionary couple, Herbert and Elizabeth, who went out to Xinzhou, Shanxi Province, China, and were brutally killed in the Boxer Rebellion in 1900.
It is a thoroughly written historical account, which ends on a high note when Prudence visits the church of the martyrs in 2006, to receive an astonishing welcome, discovering she is the answer to their prayers, and that the church of her great-grandparents has a congregation of over three thousand.
Quite harrowing in places, but with an ultimately happy ending, this is an inspiring read for anyone facing the challenges of truly living all-out for Christ in a hostile world.
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