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Publication Date: 19 Jul 2018
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Words: 72500
Page Count: 320
Author: Paul Hattaway
ISBN-13: 9780281079896, 9780281079902

Guizhou

The Precious Province
By Paul Hattaway
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Summary
Guizhou, which means ‘Precious State’, is home to more than 80 distinct tribes among the province’s 35 million people. God has powerfully reached several of these groups, but others still wait to hear of the Saviour of the world.

Guizhou includes many vivid brief biographies of the extraordinary people who have been part of this remarkable story, along with dozens of unique photographs, painstakingly collected by the author over years.

This is the second volume in the China Chronicles, which tells the modern history of the Church in China. Each history starts with the arrival of the first Evangelical missionaries in a province, and continues to the present day.

Partly because of its explosive growth in recent decades, there is no accurate, readable account of what has happened to the Chinese ChurchThis series is designed to inform the wider world of the astonishing work of the Spirit in China. The China Chronicles also aims to provide Chinese believers, and members of the immense Chinese diaspora, with some sense of their own roots.
About the Author
Paul Hattaway, a native New Zealander, has served the Church in Asia for most of his life. He is an expert on the Chinese Church, and author of The Heavenly Man, An Asian Harvest, Operation China, Shandong, and many other books. He and his wife Joy are founders of Asia Harvest (www.asiaharvest.org) which supports thousands of indigenous missionaries and has provided millions of Bibles to Christians throughout Asia.

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