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God's Tribesman: The Rochunga Pudaite Story

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This is the story of the Rochunga Pudaite Tribe.
Paperback, 148 pages
Published January 1st 1981 by Holman Bible Publishers (first published 1974)
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GraceWastheAnswer
This book was a very good book, about a young boy, growing up in India, trusting in Jesus, and then coming to America as a missionary. It is not your normal missionary book, and is a little alien by just the difference in culture. Many of the stories contained withing are simply amazing, and miraculous.
Neil

This is an interesting book, and Rochunga's story is certainly inspiring. I'm disappointed in the writing style, which is merely adequate (I've found this to be the case in other books by the Hefleys as well). There are significant gaps in details that suggest the only informant for this book was Rochunga himself. What about comments from his fellow students in Glasgow or Wheaton? Or information from his co-workers in the mission? Or fellow Hmars who have known him for a long time? There's nothi

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GraceWastheAnswer
This book was a very good book, about a young boy, growing up in India, trusting in Jesus, and then coming to America as a missionary. It is not your normal missionary book, and is a little alien by just the difference in culture. Many of the stories contained withing are simply amazing, and miraculous.
GraceWastheAnswer
This book was a very good book, about a young boy, growing up in India, trusting in Jesus, and then coming to America as a missionary. It is not your normal missionary book, and is a little alien by just the difference in culture. Many of the stories contained withing are simply amazing, and miraculous.
Sarah
I had to read this for school - good story, Rochunga was an amazing person, but it still read like a grade six biography rather than a ten/eleven one. Slightly insulting.
Harriette
This account of a man determined to serve God by reaching his tribe in the state of Munipuri, India despite the obstacles of finances and location. Inspiring.
Anna
I did not enjoy this book as much I have enjoyed another books by the same author, Peril by Choice .
Juliana Marez
A book I could read over and over.
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