Have We No Rights?

A frank discussion of the ''rights'' of missionaries

Published: 1957
Language: English
Wordcount: 26,918 / 81 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.7
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 860
Added to site: 2008.02.06
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t eat Chinese food? They won't be able to go to the country and minister in all the little country churches that are so much in need of help--they can't get Western food there! They had better have stayed at home!

After a few years had passed, however, the young man mentioned above did start to do country work, and he did it very acceptably. What is more, he even came to prefer an ordinary country meal of local food to the best Western dishes that his wife could give him at home! Seeing that, I began to realize a thing that should be a comfort to all young workers who find the food or the living conditions difficult. Over a period of time familiarity not only turns difficulty to ease, but often even removes the "dis" from dislike!

The young worker goes with an older one to make a call or two. Everything is new. Everything is strange. Everything is nerve-wearing. If a seat is offered, it is uncomfortable. If food or drink is offered, either may be unpleasant. Even if he understands more

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2009.05.07
Boaz
*****

This small but powerful book, along with "The Cost of Discipleship" (by Dietrich Bonhoeffer) and "To China, with Love" (by Hudson Taylor), were the three most important books (besides the Bible) that helped shape my life! Highly recommended to all serious followers of Christ! It only takes about 3 hours to read it through, but your life could be changed!


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