Wednesday, September 13, 2017

An Asian Harvest by Paul Hattaway Book Review



A gripping autobiography from missionary and Bible courier Paul Hattaway, author of The Heavenly Man

Paul Hattaway was a high-school dropout from New Zealand--homeless, hungry, and lonely--before he found faith. But once he encountered the love of God and read the Bible, Paul never looked back. The rest of his life has centered on making sure all the people of Asia have Bibles of their own.

Through Asian Harvest, Paul has traveled to Laos, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Thailand, and many other Asian countries bringing the gospel with him. His ministry has provided over ten million Bibles to China alone, and has sponsored more than fifteen hundred Asian missionaries.

The story of Paul's conversion, the fascinating places he's faithfully followed God to, the struggles with the realities of the mission field and other missionaries, and the incredible miracles God has performed along the way make An Asian Harvest a remarkable, inspiring read. 

My Thoughts:

This is a heartfelt story of a man willing to give it all to Jesus. Boy, does he do it. This is an amazing testimony of God working in a young man’s heart. 

First off, I have not read any of Paul Hattaways other books. He is an excellent writer that really made you feel all the emotions of this autobiography. It was hard to put it down. 

We all face struggles in our walk, not many of use face battles when it comes marrying a person God puts in your life. Paul faces many battles and one of them comes from the least expected place you would suspect. Unfortunately, slandering someone’s name is felt even out in the missions field from someone whom you trust as a brother in Christ. God was truly Paul’s defense in this and many situations. 

I don’t like to give away any spoilers all I can say is that this is an inspiring story. I would highly recommend you read this story. Be prepared to do a few heart checks in your spiritual life. Paul is real and down to earth man whose faith is contagious.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this product from Kregel Publication in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this information accordance with the FTC Regulations.
 

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