Yang Zhen-Li defies not only her Communist parents but the government as well when she marries a poor Christian peasant and converts to his faith. When she begins to distribute Christian materials, particularly to children, she is arrested and sentenced to ten years of hard labor. Will her husband and son wait for her and support her throughout their long separation? Will she even survive to return to them once again? Or will the evil guard Tai Tong, who has taken a personal dislike to Zhen-Li, convince her to deny her faith? Two elderly saints halfway around the world are determined to pray her through, though they’ve never met her and don’t even know her name. God’s faithfulness in the midst of unimaginable trials will bring about an ending that could never be anticipated—but will never be forgotten.
Kathi has graciously offered our readers the chance to win a copy of Red Ink. Here are some of the reviews this book has been getting:
"I enjoyed this story of extreme devotion. It reminded me of bible stories I'd read about Paul's trials and God miraculously intervening on Paul's behalf. Those and the stories in this book are amazing stories of faith, courage and devotion."
--Nora St. Laurent, The Book Club Network
"This novel is full of spiritual food for thought and is sure to nourish people who read it."
--Michelle Sutton, author of over a dozen novels, including It's Not About Me and Not Without Hope
"I highly recommend this book and give it a HUGE thumbs up."
--A Mom After God's Own Heart
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