An evangelist of India named Mocha tells of his life story, how he went from faith in Christ as a boy to becoming a teenager with flaming Communist ideas, putting him at odds with almost everyone. Through the prayers of his Christian parents in their native state of Kerala, he was able to return to the Jesus who loved him so. His realigning with Messiah led him to his calling: to travel throughout India, preaching the gospel. In the process he found out about suffering on a new level and learned about what God was doing in other parts of India. The successes and failures of his spiritual sojourns morphed into a chance to come to America, where he found that the God of India is also the God of America.
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About the Author
Rhett Vorster has come a long way since throwing the discus as a teenager. As a native South African and American citizen, his experiences led him to writing about all manner of things, slowly building up a collection of fiction and nonfiction (some of which can be found on Amazon). His faith in Christ, eccentricity, travels on foot, and bouts with homelessness have all contributed to his writing style. As a US veteran, he now lives with his wife in the Seattle area.