Letters From a Martyred Christian

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by H.L. Hussmann (Advocate Christian Products)

Foxe’s Book of Martyrs meets fiction in this compelling collection of Letters From a Martyred Christian. The story begins in AD 67 with a Roman citizen Aulus Aurelius and his family who are killed for their faith. From heaven, Aulus observes others who have lived and died for Jesus. To embolden the believers, he writes letters to the modern church of a Vietnamese Christian who searches through prison latrines for the Bible, an orphan who dies and a girl saved from suicide, among others. Each story reads like a parable, with thought-provoking content intended to move the reader to action.

How this brings more to life: Letters From a Martyred Christian is page-turning fiction that will grip readers from the first sentence but also encourages practical application.

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  • 10/05/2012
    Reginaldo said:

    I’m so glad you’re feeling bteetr — hope you no longer have to deal with that issue. And I know how hard those holiday birthdays are (seems like you and I started that thing!), but in a way, they also enrich the Special Days. And thank you thank you thank you for reaching out to that very unique and wonderful DMB. Hope DramaBoy had a fantastic birthday and likes being five — and I love you all!

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