Isobel Kuhn: Lights in Lisuland
In the Trailblazers Series!
There is no nation by the name of Lisuland, but the Lisu are a people group of over one million, who live mostly in China, Burma, and Thailand. When young Isobel Kuhn first went there in 1928, very few of the Lisu people knew anything at all about Jesus Christ.
Today, the Lisu have some of highest numbers of true Christians of any people-group on the globe! The story of Isobel Kuhn is one of history’s greatest incidents of God using a single young woman, despite all her self-doubts, as she relied upon Him to use her to share the love of Christ.
Recommended Reading Level:
Read to me: age 7-8
Read myself: age 9-14
“This book tells of the power of prayer in their lives and of the many sacrifices of creature comforts they endured joyfully and without complaint. It details fascinating descriptions of ship travel to and from China and the Philippines. It could be read profitably by an adult, a student, or read aloud to an entire family. School-aged children would find it an appropriate selection for a book report, too.” — Reformation and Revival magazine
About the Author
Irene Howat is an award-winning author and a talented artist in Ayrshire, Scotland. She is married to a retired minister and they have a grown family. She especially enjoys receiving letters from her readers and replies to all of them. Check out her new stories at www.story-a-month-club.org.uk.