Letta In China
Letta in China tells the true life story of Letta T. Hansen, a pioneer missionary to China in the early 1920s. The book chronicles Letta’s life in China. It follows her through trials in a Japanese Internment camp and concludes with her ministry in old age. Even in the midst of suffering we see God’s continued faithfulness and love. This book not only reveals God’s faithfulness to Letta, but it also confirms that God is a faithful God to all who follow Him. This book will challenge your heart and cause you to believe God for great things in your life.
About the author:
Connie Seaward Ong is Letta T. Hansen’s granddaughter and the daughter of Rev Drs Fred Seaward and Margaret Seaward. Connie has been a missionary for more than 40 years. Connie and her husband, Daniel Ong, have planted churches in various countries. They were missionaries in East Malaysia, India, Scotland, Nepal, Japan and Ghana, and are presently located outside of Seattle, Washington, where they planted a cross-cultural church. The Ongs have 3 children and 11 grandchildren.