A common trait of those walking down the “back side of the mountain of life” is a willingness to reflect back on the course of life. Many who were born into a Christian home know what it is to be touched at an early age by God’s love, only to drift away from the faith, falling prey to the temptations of this materialistic world.
The Land of Milk and Honey is the memoir of such a young man, who had always been a free-spirited risk taker. He knew that it was neither rebellion nor anger that drove him, but a relentless desire for more—more success, more independence, more of the good life.
This is the story of his journey, one that would take him west from a comfortable home in Hong Kong into a crowded tenement in New York City’s Chinatown, on to the sprawling campuses of prestigious universities, and finally to the executive suite of one of the largest financial institutions on Wall Street.
It is also a story of spiritual transformation, one that would require a series of divine interventions to bring him back to the God he loved so much.
It would be in China that he finally embraced the true purpose of his life.
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