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Breakthrough: The documentary of Missionary James O. Fraser and the Lisu people

Above is a trailer of documentary of James Fraser:

James Fraser was only 22 years old when he left his engineering career and went to China. From the very first time he saw the Lisu tribespeople of Yunnan Province, he was filled with God’s love for them. He spent the rest of his life laboring to bring them the gospel. Breakthrough came only after his partners back home took up the challenge to pray. “I am not asking you just to give ‘help’ in prayer as a sort of sideline, but I am trying to roll the main responsibility of this prayer-warfare on you. I want you to take the burden of these people upon your shoulders. I want you to wrestle with God for them.” The Lisu now have a strong body of believers who are also sending out workers to other groups around them.

If you get to watch the full documentary let me know what you think.

HT Breakthrough: The docudrama.

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One response to “Breakthrough: The documentary of Missionary James O. Fraser and the Lisu people

  1. Mary Ann August 15, 2016 at 18:48

    I have seen the Asians receiving a Bible.. they hold it to their heart while tears fall.. in many country’s one page from a Bible is gold to them.. We are so blessed.. Thank you for posting 🙂

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