Sarah’s Journey of Faith
Persecution in China did not end with Sarah’s escape, but Sarah’s escape lends another strong voice for the world to hear. Grace be with you as you read these pages. – Bob Fu
Sarah’s devotional trilogy takes you back to a rural, impoverished China and the rise of the Christian faith (Vol. I), through an explosion of the gospel and the high price Sarah paid for spreading that message (Vol. II), and now, to her covert escape from China, to her final destination in a free America to continue to tell her story to the world.
Sarah’s story, I confess, is not unique, in that it happens a thousand times over. Persecution in China did not end with Sarah’s escape, but Sarah’s escape lends another strong voice for the world to hear. Grace be with you as you read these pages.
– Bob Fu, Founder and President of China Aid Association
Sarah and I worked together on a conference in 2015. It was a pleasure to meet Sarah, this little giant in the faith! Her coming to America reads like an adventure novel. The biggest temptation will be to read through, non stop, all 30 days of this devotional. Try to resist and digest slowly. Learn from Sarah the childlike faith that saw her through the darkest nights and brought her to us, to lift us into the daylight of God’s grace. Blue skies indeed.
– Judge Ken Starr, Formerly, US Solicitor General, Federal Judge, US Independent Counsel, Chancellor, Baylor University
About the Author
After her conversion, Sarah Liu became a traveling evangelist to the villages of South China; she was arrested three times and served time in the notorious Laojiao labor camps. Following her release, she was sent by her house church to the U.S. to be a voice for the persecuted Christians in China.