Daughter of China

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Baker Publishing Group, Sep 1, 2002 - Fiction - 363 pages
24 Reviews
Tapping into her vast reservoir of knowledge about the persecuted church, author Hope Flinchbaugh has crafted a spellbinding first novel set in modern China. Nineteen-year-old Mai Lin has two serious handicaps in Chinese society--being born a girl, and worse, choosing to become a Christian. But she dreams of attending Shanghai University....The poignant, uplifting story that follows is a triumph of love and courage and a tribute to all who stand for their faith in the face of great odds.

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Review: Daughter of China (Daughter of China #1)

User Review  - Jm Infusino - Goodreads

I am so glad that I read this book. It's amazing an eye opener and in parts ever so sad. We can send men/women to the moon yet we can't seem to care for our orphans much better now than our fathers ... Read full review

Review: Daughter of China (Daughter of China #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

I am so glad that I read this book. It's amazing an eye opener and in parts ever so sad. We can send men/women to the moon yet we can't seem to care for our orphans much better now than our fathers ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Hope Flinchbaugh is a wife, mother, and freelance writer covering the international persecuted church, revivals, and family issues for adults, teens and children for magazines such as Christianity Today, Charisma, Campus Life and Focus on the Family. She resides in Pennsylvania.

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