When Adoniram Judson took the Gospel to the people of Burma in 1813, he didn’t know that high up in the hills lived a tribe of people whose ancient stories and songs served as continual reminders that one day the White Book that their ancestors had lost would be brought back to them. Sixteen chapters on the upper-elementary level tell stories of the transformation that the Word of God brought to the Hill Tribes of Southeast Asia. Fourth in the Hidden Heroes series of true missionary stories.
Inspirational stories for preteen (ages 9-12) and suitable for read-alouds for younger children. Evangelical Protestant Christian missionaries (including women missionaries) take the gospel of Jesus Christ to those who then take it to their own people. Biographical true accounts bring the miraculous work of the gospel to life through personal testimonies of historical figures.