I’ve been writing when I finish books, but this one required a lot of thought first.
Jackie left on a slow boat to China (literally) when she was young and single. She wanted to tell everybody about Jesus. And as she ministered in possibly the worst slum on earth, she learned a lot about Jesus and his Holy Spirit.
When she began to pray in another language for 15 minutes a day on her own time, she noticed a change in the number of kids and poor women she was able to help. Also..when teens wanted to come off heroine, they would pray in the Holy Spirit (even if they had not even understood the whole Bible yet) and they would be set free from any pain during withdrawl.
It was amazing to read stories of lives that were transformed and STAYED transformed. I learned a lot from her mistakes and triumphs in Jesus. I recommend it to anybody who wants to see miracles and know Jesus more, but i recommend going in with an open heart if you’re not used to this stuff — I do not yet pray in tongues, but i’d like to after reading her story—and i find that people who tell me to slow down and be more careful and stick to the straight and narrow didn’t see thousands of addicts leading their gangs to Jesus.
As usual in biographies I read, the heroine did not really sleep. Fascinating. Still praying for balance and all with that one.