A short story from one of my China mission trips appeared on the International Mission Board's East Asia field blog today.
On a backpacking expedition in 2005, a travel companion and I shared some watermelons and a poignant 15 minutes with a peasant family at a roadside hut. Without speaking our language, they communicated hospitality to us, even though we were strangers intruding on their land.
I pray that their kindness returns to them in the form of eternal life through the Gospel. Read the story here.
See all my blog entries from that trip here.
Photo: We left a gospel VCD on this well, the water god's doorstep.