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‘ve always found missionary biographies to be a rich source of stories that are both true and inspiring. One I’ve just read and found to be filled with fascinating illustrations is Steel In His Soul: The Dick Hillis Story by Jan Winebrenner (Overseas Crusades, Milpitas, California, 1985). Dick Hillis grew up in Monroe, Washington and at age 17 stole money from his employer to run away to China to find wealth and adventure. But that plan bombed out and God led him back home within a few months to repay the money to his employer and then to enroll in the Bible Institute of Los Angeles along with his twin brother Don. After a profound spiritual conversion in Bible School where he graduated in 1933, Dick went to China as a missionary as a young man of twenty. He was the youngest missionary the China Inland Mission had ever sent to China. The stories of how he got to China and…

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