On the Road to Siangyang
Covenant Mission in Mainland China 1890–1949
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Those interested in China missions will find this book an eye-opener. I learned much about the many missionaries that I had known as a small boy, and received a deep understanding of the abiding faith in Jesus Christ they had in order to endure their many hardships and disappointments. The final chapter about Chinese churches after 30 years of communist suppression proves how the seeds planted by those dedicated people fully flowered."
--J. Edward Anderson, son of China Missionaries Oscar and Ruth Anderson
"Jack Lundbom presents a fresh and engaging narrative of the evangelistic, benevolent, and educational work in central China begun by Swedish Americans in 1890, and extending through six decades of generational change. Seeds that were sown by dedicated and sacrificial Mission Friends to build indigenous congregations and leaders are today bearing fruit, recounted in the author's personal experiences."
--Philip J. Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Church History, North Park Theological Seminary