Strangers Corrie Lee and Keiko Suzuki have just graduated from university and moved to China to start their first jobs. Corrie believes that God has called her there, while Keiko is in it for the work experience. No matter the reason, life in China quickly becomes about more than just that.
Through a friendship over email, Corrie and Keiko agonise, laugh, share, and commiserate over the big and small things in life.
- What does it mean to have a fulfilled and meaningful life?
- How can we be faithful to God, especially in difficult circumstances?
- How do we know whether a bad situation is our cross to bear or something to walk away from?
This book challenges the next generation to real faith. Hannah Lau has wrapped God-centered truths in honest, authentic, yet delightful dialogue, discussing issues all of us are struggling with but are often too afraid to talk about. You’ll find yourself easily drawn into the lives of the characters but soon reflecting on your own journey as well. A must-read for all young people!
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In addition to her writing, Hannah Lau also speaks on the topics that are covered in the book. If your group would be interested in hearing from her, she can be reached at HLau@chinasource.org
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Hannah Lau is a marketing consultant for ChinaSource, managing external communication and marketing processes including social media. Originally from Canada, Hannah served for a time in China where she began her career in advertising. A few years ago she left the corporate sector and took her skills to the non-profit... View Full Bio