|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Yun go when his work with the doctor's family was finished?
2. During Yun's time at home, how did he feel like God wanted him to order his priorities?
3. Yun heard that his mother died in what year?
4. What did Yun say was common for Western Christians to give in an offering for missionaries?
5. How did Yun react to a recording played during his trial?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Yun's relationship to the woman who ran the tiny store in the prison?
2. In Chapter Twenty, how did the church experience disunity?
3. In Chapter Twenty-Five, what did Yun describe as the difference between the Western church and the Chinese church when it came to financial giving for missions?
4. In Chapter Nineteen, Yun had a realization about family and ministry. What was it?
5. In Chapter Eighteen, how did Yun and Chaun become "unofficial pastors" of the prison?
6. In Chapter Sixteen, what were the conditions of Yun's release?
7. While Yun was in prison, his wife and mother worked their family fields. What did they do, and what was the result?
8. What was the Prophet Samuel Training Centre?
9. What devastating news did Yun hear in Chapter Twenty-Five?
10. How did Brother Xu reach out to unify the Christians?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Yun noted that 1985 was "a powerful year" for Christianity in China. What did he mean by this? Discuss how the attitudes of some of his guards began to change, and note what you think might cause those changes. Was the attitude of the government changing as well? Discuss two different circumstances where Yun was shown that the intolerance towards Christianity might be waning.
Essay Topic 2
As the book ends, Yun recounted his life and his many struggles as well as his triumphs. Looking back, do you think he had any regrets? Was there anything he would have changed or done differently? Provide any quote(s) from Yun to support your argument.
Essay Topic 3
Although Yun was imprisoned many times over the years, his mission remained the same whether he was in prison or free. What did he consider to be his main objective? Could the prison walls silence him? Cite two examples from the book where Yun reached out with the Gospel to men with whom he would ordinarily not have contact. What was the outcome? Do you think this helped Yun to understand God's plan for him?
This section contains 892 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)