The Silk Road (Briefings Series)
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Many have asked thequestion "Can I findmeaning in life" This isbecause we as humanbeings need to feel thatour lives count forsomething that they aresignificant. It is linked toour selfesteem. To feel unimportant is to feelinadequate and this is a difficult burden to bear.Enjoying a meaningful life is therefore a preciousthing and something that is worthwhilesearching for. However if our existence isultimately meaningless if there's no God to obeyand no immortality to enjoy then our individualactions become utterly futile. This book is apersonal apologetic that is thoughtprovoking forboth Christians and nonChristians.
In the past few years more and more people from Western China, Central Asia, Iran and Turkey have turned to Christ. Drawing on history, contemporary accounts and interviews with front line workers, the Silk Road Briefing sketches this remarkable story. Book jacket.
Glenn Myers is an English missions journalist with WEC International, and has authored the 'Briefings' series of profiles on various regions of the world. Glenn is a true internationalist, having home addresses in the UK, Cote d'Ivoire, Singapore and the USA. He writes: "Through my journalism, and through life, I have seen the Christian faith sustain people with happiness and hope in the most horrible situations."