chasing god,finding faith
Roger Huang came to San Francisco from aiwan in 1970. Tere, afterescaping from an abusive home and living on the streets, he met Maite,a young French woman who became his wife, and the two of thembegan an earnest search for meaning in their lives. After a personalencounter with God, they became drawn to the city’s enderloinDistrict, where they discovered the power of prayer, fasting, and hands-on service in a community starving for hope. Nearly three decades later,they continue to experience the power of God’s provision, healing, andtransformation—gifts available to us all. With refreshing tendernessand gritty, heartfelt examples,
will inspire you to run therace of faith, not as a sprint, but as a marathon of miracles.
serves as pastor of San Francisco WorshipCenter and founder of City Impact Ministries. ogether with his wife, Maite, Roger has ministered in the city’s enderloin Districtfor nearly thirty years, providing food, shelter, education, and jobtraining to thousands in response to God’s call on their lives.
susanna foth aughtmon
writes full-time while raising three children with her husband, Scott, pastor of Pathway Church in Palo Alto, CA. She holds a BA in Social Science fromBethany University. She has published several books, including her most recent,
I Blame Eve
also available as an ebook