Over 10 million copies sold, and countless distributed in 3rd World Countries,God’s Smuggler is a missionary biography that speaks for itself. It is the true life-story of Brother Andrew, who at an early age, was called out of the slums of a purposeless life into a fulfilling, walk-by-faith journey with God – leading him to become a daring missionary to places that others would never imagine going. It is truly a story that appeals to a vast range of audiences, no matter the age, around the globe. As well as being an easy read, it also has the page-by-page suspense-feel that many New York Times Bestselling thrillers are famous for.
The reader may journey into the era of communism as Andrew smuggles Bibles beyond some of the most strictly totalitarian countries’ borders – from Eastern European countries under the shroud of the Iron Curtain, to Communist China. His ministry spread wherever God took him, and his cause grew as anorganism of close-knit believers, working together for the advancement of the gospel. Andrew’s journey was one led by faith alone – in finances, family matters, even the smallest aspects of life were entrusted to God. It is amazing what can happen when you fall into the arms of your Heavenly Father, without the anxiety and distrust that the people of our world so often hold.
Brother Andrew covers a vast plethora of religious subjects and life-matters within God’s Smuggler. He reveals a philosophy of emphasizing the positive, and never being anti-religious, or anti-philosophy toward other beliefs, but rather being pro-Christ. Enabling a person to spread the Good News without the boundaries that are often created by prejudice.
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