He was strung up by his arms in an Asian prison when the man came up to him and asked to know about his Jesus.
“If I tell you, they will beat me even more,” the Christian — who’d been beaten and electrocuted repeatedly — replied.
But the man told him the coast was clear — he’d put something in the drinks of the other guards to knock them out for a little while. He had to know about Jesus, he said — because earlier when the guards had beaten the Christian, his face glowed. (continued…)
Read the full story from The Alabama Baptist newspaper here: http://www.thealabamabaptist.org/flashpoint-conference-aims-to-get-back-to-making-disciples-like-jesus-intended/