by Phyllis Thompson edited by M.E. Tewksbury
The five years that followed World War II were the most significant in the history of modern missions. They saw the door close on nearly one quarter of the world's population as China, the world's largest mission field, came under communist domination. Now the largest mission in the world, the China Inland Mission, realized that open Christian witness in China had become impossible.
But did the decision come too late? This book tells the inspiring story of their exodus from China.