Reckless Abandon (2nd Edition)
About "Reckless Abandon (2nd Edition)"
Reckless is right when the cause is Christ. God catapulted 20-year-old David Sitton from the beaches of south Texas to the stone-aged tribes in Papua New Guinea. Sitton traded sand and surf for cannibals, giant mosquitoes, crocodile-infested swamps, malaria, and a hostile sorceress in order to advance the Good News of Jesus among unreached peoples. Reckless Abandon is a bare-knuckled dare to count the cost and seize the privilege of working with Christ in His worldwide mission.
Meet the Author
David Sitton was barely a man when he left surfing and partying to live in Papua New Guinea, a faraway, perilous land. Leaving Texas with a Bible, a suitcase (and a surfboard), he took the gospel into cannibalistic areas to people who had never heard the name of Jesus. For thirty-four years God has used him to help train missionaries, spread the gospel and establish dozens of churches in remote regions. Through this book, experience the amazing things God did as David recklessly abandoned his will to the will of God. A