China Lamb

by Sandra Moats



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/11/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 252
ISBN : 9781425926632

About the Book

     China Lamb is an inspiring true story, of God's miraculous power and love in the life of a China orphan.  Faith, born to persecuted Christians, was nutured by a prison guard, later was in the worse orphanage that could be thought of in China.  Prayers were said by a faithful China Christian, and God sent a vision to Sandra Moats.   He said "Go get her!"

     This book is not only inspiring, but it is informative.  The back part of the book is packed with information on the process of a China adoption, agencies that handle them along with grants and loans that are available to help finance adoptions.  There are China orphanage, and orphan fact sheets, and a list of excellent works within China that receive donations to help the orphans.

About the Author

      Sandra has been married to her husband Ralph since 1962.  Together they have four biological children who are grown, and four adopted daughters, and one son from China.  Sandra home schools their younger children.  She holds a Master's Degree, and is working towards her Doctorate Degree in Biblical Counseling.  She is a liscensed Assembly of God minister on Staff of New Hope Assembly of God in Pinehurst, Idaho where Ralph is the Senior Pastor. 

      Sandra writes historical articles for The Morgan Horse Magazine, and inspirational articles for national magazines such as Women's Touch.  For three years she  wrote a semi- weekly inspirational column for newspapers called  Moats' Musings . 

      Sandra  published The Classic Old Line Morgan Horse, a historical book about The Morgan Horse, in 1999.  She continues to update that book, and republish because of the demand.

      Sandra writes a monthly newsletter called The Trumpet that has readership to many parts of the world both through e-mail delivery, and snail mail.

       Sandra began traveling in China after receiving a vision of Faith on November 10, 1996.  During her travels she became involved with the Underground Churches where she taught, counseled, and helped train Christians.  She has worked in various China orphanages during the past ten years.

       Sandra has led missionary teams into various areas, including China, Iceland, Mexico, and cities in the United States.