With a busy schedule, I decided that reading one or two chapters from Red Ink each day would be manageable. Never did I dream I would stay up until 1:30 a.m. to finish Red Ink, the third book in Kathi Macias’ Extreme Devotion Series of Fiction with a Mission.
The story of Zhen-Li’s love of God, her heart for evangelism regardless of the consequences and her incarceration made me realize I take freedom of religion for granted.
Kathi Macias has woven the stories of Zhen-Li in China, the two women at River Manor in the USA and of Maggie, the young girl caught up in a nightmare of drugs and human trafficking. Maggie is the granddaughter of Margaret at River Manor.
Kathi Macias shows how the power of prayer changes lives. The hope throughout this book is in contrast to the horrendous religious persecution. I highly recommend this book.