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Never Say Die : The Story of David Yone Mo and the Myanmar Young Crusaders
by Douglas Hsu




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His father wanted him to become an engineer. His mother wanted him to become a doctor. But David Yone Mo ended up becoming the leader of Burma's number one street gang. Never Say Die tells the story of one of the greatest human miracles in 20th century Asia: the transformation of Burma's most reckless gangster into one of the country's most outstanding preachers and social workers. After God healed him supernaturally on his hospital deathbed, this ex-heroin addict became a father to thousands of drug addicts, orphans, lepers, and HIV-AIDS patients across his nation. A true story guaranteed to stir your heart and your spirit Author Douglas Hsu is the former Executive Editor of ANM. A graduate of Princeton University and Denver Seminary, he lives with his wife Indira and two children in Richmond, Virginia.

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His father wanted him to become an engineer. His mother wanted him to become a doctor. But David Yone Mo ended up becoming the leader of Burma's number one street gang. Never Say Die tells the story of one of the greatest human miracles in 20th century Asia: the transformation of Burma's most reckless gangster into one of the country's most outstanding preachers and social workers. After God healed him supernaturally on his hospital deathbed, this ex-heroin addict became a father to thousands of drug addicts, orphans, lepers, and HIV-AIDS patients across his nation. A true story guaranteed to stir your heart and your spirit Author Douglas Hsu is the former Executive Editor of ANM. A graduate of Princeton University and Denver Seminary, he lives with his wife Indira and two children in Richmond, Virginia.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780971534612
  • ISBN-10: 0971534616
  • Publisher: Advancing Native Missions
  • Publish Date: October 2009
  • Page Count: 176
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.41 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.59 pounds


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