God’s Double Agent by Bob Fu and Nancy French

God's Double Agent: The True Story of a Chinese Christian's Fight for Freedom, Books For Evangelism, booksforevangelism.orgGod’s Double Agent: The True Story of a Chinese Christian’s Fight for Freedom tells the amazing and riveting story of Bob Fu who stood up against Communist Chinese leaders, was once imprisoned, and escaped to America. This is an excellent book to give to almost anyone, especially to those who are curious about the persecution of Christian in China. Additionally, you can recommend this book to spiritual seekers who wants to learn about Bob Fu’s conversion to Christianity and how God’s using him to save His children from persecution.

God’s Double Agent recounts Bob Fu’s story, beginning when he was a child living in an impoverished village in China and had no any exposure to Christianity. Growing up, he was recognized by his leadership skills and his intelligence so it was not suprising that when he entered college, he lead a group of students to join the protests in Tiananmen Square. Fu converted to Christianity shortly after the Tiananmen Square massacre. His friend gave him biography of a Chinese intellectual who embraced Christianity and performed good works. Later on, Bob Fu lived a double life: he was a teacher in a communist school, then a preacher in an underground house church network when night comes. Fu and his wife fled China and were exiled to the US afted being tipped off that the police were about to arrest them. Fu’s wife was already pregnant with their child and being pregnant without the approval of family-planning authorities will be forced to undergo abortion. Moreover, they had already spent time in prison for their illegal religious activities.

Despite living in the United States today, Bob Fu runs a nonprofit organization called “ChinaAid” where they continues to fight and protect Christians in Communist China from persecution, imprisonment and death.

  • “Fu provides evidence for God’s providence and encouraged me to consider my own faith.” – Mike, Goodreads
  • “Highly recommended for Christians and non Christians alike. It brought tears to my eyes and I learned a lot. You won’t be disappointed, you will be informed, rejoicing as well as saddened but it will also lift your own heart to the plight of the Chinese people and the Christian church there.” – Pepper, Amazon
  • “This is an excellent book. It is a true story. In the U.S, we take our freedom, including religious freedom, for granted. In China, and other countries, they risk persecution, torture, and death in order to worship. This is a real eye-opener. We need to help in whatever way we can, especially praying.” – Dkovlak, Goodreads

ISBN 0801017068, 336 pages, Publisher – Baker Books


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