Reflections of Being Knife Attacked in South Asia

Many of you know that I just returned from a trip to South Asia. A friend of mine, Joey Shaw was also there, having arrived a few days before me for the same event. The day before I arrived, Joey and two other friends were attacked and Joey was knifed across the face ending up with 35 stitches. I am posting this link to Joey’s blog about the event. http://www.austinstone.org/current/god_gospel_mission/lessons_from_a_razor/ It is more than inspirational to read Joey’s reflections on what happened. This is Provocative Christianity at its finest. Joey my friend, you continue to be a hero in my book. When I grow up I want to be more like you than I am like me.

6 thoughts on “Reflections of Being Knife Attacked in South Asia

  1. Yeah, I just returned from Nigeria facilitating a crisis response workshops for missionaries who encounter these types of events. They happen so much and most folks in the West are unaware.

  2. dear dan,

    you are a hero in my book!! seriously! please keep “provoking” all of us to cut clear of cultural religion and stay focused on the written Word and on our Master!

    onward,

    joey

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