God's Tribesman: The Rochunga Pudaite Story

God s Tribesman The Rochunga Pudaite Story This is the story of the Rochunga Pudaite Tribe

  • Title: God's Tribesman: The Rochunga Pudaite Story
  • Author: James C. Hefley Marti Hefley
  • ISBN: 9780882076546
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the story of the Rochunga Pudaite Tribe.
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    • GraceWastheAnswer says:

      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.

    • Morgan Miller says:

      I had to read this book for school and I actually enjoyed it. Honestly, I thought it would be dreadful because of the dozens of missionary stories that I've heard already but it was actually very interested and unlike any I've heard before. The story of Ro's life was lovely and I felt like his and his wife's relationship was depicted beautifully. I even teared up a few times, lol. But anyway, I'd probably even read this if it wasn't for school because it was pretty entertaining and I read it in [...]

    • Belanie says:

      I must admit that I didn't have the time to savour this book properly but the short time I had it I didn't enjoyed it at all. It is true that I found certain parts highly enjoyable and interesting but other were simply dull and monotone, not to mention the ending which I think wasn't "worthy" of the book itself. Perhaps, if the next time I read it more calmly I'll find it more interesting and enjoyable that this short and somewhat forced experience.

    • Euna says:

      I love it

    • Neil Coulter says:

      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 [...]

    • Sarah Bell says:

      This book was very interesting. I really liked how it was written it felt like a biography but it also felt like a fiction story. Like I said before it was somewhere in the middle. But I really enjoyed this story all in all. For it being a school book for English it was a pretty good one. It was also really easy and quick to read, I was never really bored during it which is always good in my book. It never had those lagging parts like some books do. Of course it was a very short book which also [...]

    • GraceWastheAnswer says:

      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 says:

      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.

    • Harriette says:

      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.

    • Juliana Marez says:

      A book I could read over and over.

    • Sarah says:

      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.

    • M.K. Aneal says:

      Awesome, inspiring story!! Worth every moment of my time!!

    • Anna says:

      I did not enjoy this book as much I have enjoyed another books by the same author, Peril by Choice .

    • Cortney Joy says:

      Fantastic biography

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