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Safely Home 2002 Gold Medallion Award Winner Fans Of Randy Alcorn Will Applaud This Soul Stirring Story Of Two College Friends Who Reconnect After Twenty Years One Is Living Life Apart From God In Comfortable Corporate America While The Other Is Living For Christ Under Intense Persecution In China This Stunning Page Turner Will Convict The Hearts Of Readers To Live In The Light Of Eternity Royalties From Sales Of This Book Will Be Donated To Support The Persecuted Church.


About the Author: Randy Alcorn

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Safely Home book, this is one of the most wanted Randy Alcorn author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Safely Home

  1. says:

    I ve seen a number of Randy Alcorn s books around and have read a few of his non fiction in the past, someone recommended this book which looked interesting Alcorn s focus in most of his writing tends to be on heaven one of his better known books is simply entitled Heaven Although, this is fiction it deals with the same subject from a slightly different a...


  2. says:

    MY REVIEWNever did I think I would sayYou HAVE to read thisabout a fictional bookbut neither had I read Safely Home This book is about two men who were roommates and friends in college but now are two worlds apart and haven t been in touch for twenty years When their paths finally cross once again t...


  3. says:

    Fiction, a story of two Harvard roommates one American, one Chinese re united to let Randy Alcorn spin out all this wonderful information about what God is doing in the Chinese Church which seems to behealthy that the American church.I found myself refering to Jesus as Yesu his Chinese name after reading this book out of my love and awe for the Lord of the Chinese church I wanted to follow this wonderful master after reading about his faithfulness to Chinese saints.My copy loaned f Fic


  4. says:

    Quite a powerful book and very eye opening I kept wondering if these things are still going on today in China and other countries It is one of those books that makes you want to take some time to look at yourself, assess your relationship with God, and make some changes.


  5. says:

    Life changing fiction at its best.


  6. says:

    This is one of the most impactful books I ve read in my life If you are a Christian and you read at all, or even if you don t usually read, this is one book you must read It will challange you.


  7. says:

    Thank you Jamie for this book I loved it It was very well written and the message was beautiful As Christians we know that in the days prior to the Second Coming of the Savior that there will be persecutions of the righteous It helps us remember that the fight against Satan is real...


  8. says:

    I read this book about 10 years ago, and have just finished reading it aloud a second time to my daughter Generally I would only read a book twice if it were a stellar classic I cannot say that about this book fine literature it is not But it strips away my complacency on the issue of persecution of political and religious dissidents in China It is successful in that it will not allow me to forget those imprisoned for their faith, those who desperately need to be brought before the public I read this book about 10 years


  9. says:

    Randy Alcorn is one of my favorite writers and I really enjoyed this novel of his It mostly takes place in mainland China , or Communist China It tells of the persecution of underground churches by the atheistic government I used to live in Taiwan and I also understood some of the Mandarin Chinese used by the people of Taiwan and by the mainland Mr Alcorn mentions some the Chinese characters which brought back memories of my experience among the Chinese people It has beenthan 20 year Randy Alcorn is one of my favorite writers


  10. says:

    I appreciated the uncomfortable focus of this book on the persecuted church Never read a novel on this theme before and I was moved and challenged by the end to prayfor those who don t have as many freedoms as I do As usual, Alcorn s writi...


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