A founder of International Cooperating Ministries relates his visit to a remote Cambodian village where he encountered a group of people who wanted to learn more about a mysterious God who hung on the cross and who they believed miraculously saved them from Communist soldiers.
You won't hear these stories in the local news, but Jesus Christ is doing miracles in some of the most unlikely places around the world. His faith propelled Dois Rosser out of the boardroom and into villages in Mongolia, India, Congo, Cuba, and dozens of other needy nations to invest his earthly fortune in building churches and broadcasting the gospel. In this inspiring memoir, Rosser takes you on a jolting jeep ride to a village in India, where feeble lepers are joyfully building their church, stone by stone. He invites you to a funeral in Cuba, where the gospel's message of hope brings a Communist tour guide to new life in Christ. And with Cambodian villagers staring execution in the face, you'll stand in awe at the power and mercy of Christ. The God Who Hung on the Cross lets you experience the abundant, liberating power of God at work in everyday life.