China Hans: From Shanghai to Hitler to Christ

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Trafford Publishing, Jul 31, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
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One Man’s Adventure in Faith... Only God could have foreseen the incredible life and adventures of a German missionary named Hans Wilhelm. Fleeing Communists in China...surviving Japanese bombing raids...enduring an internment camp...joining, and later rejecting, the Hitler Youth...giving his heart to Jesus Christ in a bathtub...and that was just the beginning. From Amsterdam to Zambia, Hans Wilhelm has traveled the world as an ambassador and servant of the Lord, seeking His will and sharing the gospel. China Hans is the remarkable, often exciting, and always inspiring true story of one man’s quest to honor and obey his God—wherever He leads.
 

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Contents

The Vow of a SeventeenYearOld 13 23
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Slow Boat to China 1 3
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You Must Go to an Internment Camp 2 5 9
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Hitler Youth in Shanghai 4 8 2
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What Shall It Profit a Man 5 10 4
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And He Calls Himself a Christian 6 12 9
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You AreYou Will Be 8 15 4
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Sarah Will Have a Son 10 18 3
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Foreign Correspondent 18 30 5
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Prepare to Bury Your Daughter 19 32 8
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Donald McGavran Missionary Giant 21 36 5
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Had a Friend 23 39 3
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But Dad You Promised 24 42 7
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So You Are That Hans Wilhelm 26 45 3
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Can Anything Good Come Out of America? 27 48 8
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Reunion with My German Sisters 11 20 6
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A Honeymoon Like No Other 15 26 4
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Dried Fish Tree Fungus 29 and Two Pigs
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Hans Wilhelm has made a life of answering God's call around the globe. A German citizen born and raised in China during the advance of Communism and tumult of World War II, he has served as executive vice president of OC International and with missionary organizations including The Navigators, World Outreach Ministries, and Chinese International Missions. A UCLA graduate, he holds M.Div. and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Fuller Theological Seminary. Hans and his wife, Alice, live in the Sierra mountains in northern California.

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