Susan has written an excellent book on her journey and work with the Pygmies of the Democratic Republic of Congo...beyond just the information, is to see the hand of God on her missionary work and the journey she undertook. This book for me shows His Amazing Love as we choose to walk in obedience to the call - Grant Mahoney, Co-Founder, Mo'ed Ministries, New Zealand The hand of God is really on the work that you are doing - Doctor Yoshana Hubert, Tondo General Hospital, DRC, following the resurrection of Makutu, a Twa woman The BaTwa - original inhabitants of sub-Saharan Africa and the largest line of Pygmies in the DRC - make up a quarter of the population of Equateur Province, yet they are in great need. "These people are small of size but not small of stature. They have an aptitude for God that causes them to be large in stature...They once knew God intimately." Ranked lowly, usually mistreated, and downtrodden now Father God comes for them intentionally. Everywhere the BaTwa meet and welcome Him joyfully. Enjoy reading how the Call of God to the BaTwa is framed and walked out against the backdrop of challenging life conditions in the DR Congo. You will be amazed at God's supernatural intervention that breaks through for the poorest of the poor. Learn about the Call - our priestly, intercessory role as His vessels, conductors of God's miracle-working power, and portals that bring God's Kingdom as it is in heaven to earth. With God, there is always a way Susan McGregor has lived and taught English for twenty-one years in Taiwan, China, the DR Congo, and Japan. She is passionate about praying for others, and sharing stories of Jesus and His signs and wonders. She currently resides in Auckland, New Zealand.