The stories of struggles and victories of missionary pioneers are exciting and interesting. “Behind the Ranges” is no exception. From James Fraser’s days of youthful adventure in England to his glorious Home-going, among his beloved Lisu, this biography throbs with the pulsebeat of God.
26 Spirit-empowered chapters trace this godly missionary’s life. This magnificent portrayal gives glimpses of his stirring call to missions, the challenge to selflessness, the guiding hand of God, and the change in heathen lives as a result of his ministry. Among the many incidents which add to the spiritual adventure are a pagan marriage festival among heathen Lisu tribespeople and a “revolution which made the cities of the Yangtze run with blood.” But outstanding is the account of the remarkable answers to the prayers of the “Apostle to the Lisu”.
Referred to as “the most significant book on spiritual warfare of this century in reaching an unreached people group”, “Behind the Ranges” is sure to challenge the reader as victories are won and souls are saved through prayer warfare.