Lisa Misraje and her family went to China to build an orphanage in a village near Beijing. Soon after their arrival, a 6-week-old baby boy, covered with third- to fourth degree burns on over 70% of his body, was found in a field. The tiny infant shrieked in agony in a cold village field on the outskirts of Langfang, China. Horrified villagers gathered around him, then walked away. But one older man stayed behind, gathered the child in his arms and went for help. His compassion and courage sparked a momentous chain of events: The baby left to die would bring together people from different countries, faiths, and social backgrounds in the successful battle to save his life and secure his future. This is a book about the value of life and a loving God who uses whomever He pleases to accomplish His will.
“To the world you might be one person, but to one person, you just might be the world.”
— Author Unknown