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YWAM Publishing Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China

The Christian Heroes: Then & Now series chronicles the true stories of ordinary men and women whose trust in God accomplished extraordinary deeds for his kingdom and glory.

Hudson Taylor survived his perilous maiden voyage to his beloved China. With his heart set in determined obedience to God, and trusting the provision of the One who had called him, Hudson overcame persecution and almost overwhelming personal losses to bring God's truth to the "ripe harvest fields" of China.

For ages 10 and up.

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Review 1 for Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
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Wow... what a man of God!

Date:November 6, 2012
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Oracle Triple C
Location:Tucson, AZ
Age:35-44
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This is the 3rd YWAM biography that we have read and, let me tell you, we are hooked! The Benges do such a beautiful job of weaving in facts with a story that is easily understood for young and old alike. If we all had the unwavering faith, as Hudson Taylor did, then the Christian church would be unstoppable. We walked away as a family challenged to taste, as Hudson did, and see that the Lord is good! Wonderful missions series without the denominational slants found in many missions books!
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Review 2 for Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
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easy to read biography on Hudson Taylor

Date:February 11, 2011
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Theresa Low
Location:Singapore
Age:35-44
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This book is easy to read, interesting and humorous. Anyone from 8 to 80 can enjoy. Suitable as gifts for children between 8 to 12.
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Review 3 for Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
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Date:May 12, 2010
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Mavis Sherrard-griffith
I started reading this book on a train journey from Melbourne to Sydney. I travelled by day so as to view the countryside. Once I opened the book I could not put it down so therefore saw little of the views from the window of the fast moving train. The book makes one feel humble in reading how this man loved his Lord and put his life in his hands to serve him and to bring people to salvation.I will read this book over and over again. Loved every page and have bought more books on the life of this very humble and gracious missionary,Hudson Taylor. Thank you for writing the book for all of us to know about him.
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Review 4 for Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
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Date:January 14, 2009
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Susan Mount
Hudson Taylor is a remarkable man of God. My boys and I have been reading the Christian Heroes Then and Now books for years. We enjoy them very much.
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Review 5 for Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
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Date:October 11, 2008
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Susan Mount
An inspiring book about a man who had a passion for the people of China. In his life he experienced many trials but endured them all through the strength and focus of God's plan and purpose for his life.
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Review 6 for Hudson Taylor: Deep in the Heart of China
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Date:May 21, 2008
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reyncg1
We love all of these! Hudson Taylor especially showed great faith which was inspiring to my kids. Several times he "choses" to rely on God rather than take or ask for provisions from man. My kids also thought it was neat how he chose to live and dress like the Chinese. We did this one as a read aloud and the kids always begged me to keep going!
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