Xhanga draws its readers into the adventures that Marcie, a recent Bible school graduate, faces when she follows a calling—a burning passion—to share her witness to Jesus Christ. She discovers accounts of the Xhanga, a mysterious tribe thought to live in the remote reaches of northern Brazil, who are known for hostility to westerners. This discovery beckons her to take action to follow her calling.
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R.D. Sadok brings Marcie’s missionary journey to life as she digs into the history of the Xhanga and uncovers an account of their suffering a grave atrocity at the hands of a Portuguese fort captain five hundred years ago. Moved by this legacy of pain, Marcie commits herself to her ministry. Along the way, she discovers the true depth of the Xhangans’ travails and it tests the strength of her faith.
Xhanga sets out to tell a story about a woman and a mission that matters both to her and to the mysterious members of the Xhanga tribe. If you find yourself drawn to accounts of people who live by their convictions, if you enjoy reading how differing cultures interact with one another, and if you desire to be inspired in your Christian faith, then Xhanga will prove itself worthy of your time.