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“A Bridge to the Mountain”, the autobiography of Southeast Asia’s missionary pioneer, Rev Paul Chang. How the family members of a servant of God have faithfully served Him from generation to generation, even in an ever changing age.

“A Bridge to the Mountain” employs a narrative style that stretches back from as early as the eighteenth century, during the time of the grandparents of Rev Paul Chang; right up to the second millennium. The main narrative spans half a century, with China, Hong Kong, Europe, America and Southeast Asia as the backdrop.


This book depicts how a family of a servant of God faithfully served Him from generation to generation, even in an ever changing age. It opens with the time when the Gospel was first introduced in China and the narrative continues amidst China’s tumultuous modern history – from the Sino-Japanese war, to the struggle between the Nationalists and the Communists and right up to the Communist victory. Included are many enthralling snippets of the history of the Chinese Church. Later, it traces Rev Chang’s footsteps to offer a peek into how he as a Chinese man lived and served in America during the sixties and the seventies. There are various familial testimonies, including the struggles of two of his children and the culture shock that they had to deal with. The account moves into the eighties as Rev Chang ventured into the many remote mountainous areas in Southeast Asia and pioneered church after church and evangelistic outreach efforts one after another … The book is informative, incredibly rich in detail and makes for a substantial read. One can’t help but be touched by the testimonies and awed by God’s amazing work through the ages.

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