Jacqueline Bryony Lucy ‘Jackie’ Pullinger, MBE (born ) is a British Protestant Christian charismatic missionary to Hong Kong and founder of the St Stephen’s Society. She has been ministering in Hong Kong since The early years of her Hong Kong ministry are chronicled in the book Chasing the Dragon (). Read “Chasing the Dragon One Woman’s Struggle Against the Darkness of Hong Kong’s Drug Dens” by Jackie Pullinger with Rakuten Kobo. Inside Hong Kong. Read a summary and reviews of Chasing the Dragon by Jackie Pullinger.
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You submitted the following rating and review. The presence of God and the power of Jesus are undeniable in her accounts. But Willem’s latest conviction is quickly becoming the trial of the century.
The first half was especially interesting as the author shows how many misconceptions she had about God and how He works. His Holiness the Gyalwang Drukpa reveals that the secret to happiness lies in the mind.
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At one point, Jackie sells her prized oboe to redeem a pkllinger. We are facing one of the greatest crises in the history of religion. Jackie Pullinger has had a crazy life. I was asked to read this by a Christian friend. Strangers were not welcome there. How to Get Your Prayers Answered. Acts of Love Talulah Riley.
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Is this because they are so easily influenced perhaps? The book heavily suggests only young men were preferred. Nothing else I can say. Unfortunately I found it rather repetitive – I would go as far as suggesting it to be a holy version of “50 shades of grey”! The People vs Muhammad – Psychological Analysis. Apr 11, Jolene rated it it was amazing Shelves: Why would an all-good and all-powerful God create a world full of pain and suffering?
Dec 13, Sherry rated it it was ok. I have begged them to love the people and stay, just like Sai Di did of me of 30 years.
At first she wanted to go to Africabut then she had a dream that impressed upon her the idea of going to Hong Kong. It could easily have been 5 stars as the story vhasing simply amazing; Jackie Pullinger must truly be a vessel of the Lord.
Jan 21, Emily rated it it was amazing.
Chasing the Dragon: One Woman’s Struggle Against the Darkness of Hong Kong’s Drug Den
I can count on her characters to keep me guessing, and caring, from the beginning of the book to the very end of the last chapter. I found it inspiring and refreshing. I especially love the strong female character that drzgon come across as silly or sappy, but smart and adaptive – great way to portray a young woman! CTD is one of those generally-not-recommended styles of missionary work: Then I thought it might be in the last chapter, but that too was full of more highlights and then it just ends abruptly dragn another person getting miraculously healed.
To people locked in a room of fear he said ‘Hello,’ welcoming them to a place puklinger deep encounter: When he arrived, his father, who had come off opium himself and become a pullunger, said simply, “Now that Jesus has made my sons good, I’m ready to go to heaven.
Face to Face with Jesus. At the age of 22 she wanted to be a missionary, so she wrote to various missionary organizations.
He says it is Jesus who did it.
Whether they continued to be in any kind of relationship with Jackie is not known. Equally amazing has been the reach of this ministry, now detailed in this updated and revised edition. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
I was blown away by this book. The most compelling missionary biography I’ve ever read. Faith Has no Feelings.
Ah Bing’s father was so pleased to see the change in his son-in-law that he too became a Christian and was baptized with the Spirit. Pullinger’s two final chapters put the first part of her story into some perspective. Charged for his involvement in multiple assassinations, including that of his former partner and brother-in-law, Willem is finally being put on trial for murder, all due to the shocking and incriminating testimony of his own family.
Her storytelling is very clear and brings the characters and surroundings to life. The writing is poor and reads like a bunch of journal entries.