Kenan Araz knew that coming to Christ would carry a cost. Belonging to a culturally Christian minority in Turkey, the faithful witness of persecuted believers had been part of the very foundation stones of his childhood home. But when he discovered the infinitely kind and compassionate God of the Bible – his ‘Big Father’ – nothing could stop him from sharing the wonderful news.
Then, suffering from acute kidney disease, he experienced God’s miraculous provision when he became the first Turk to undergo a successful kidney transplant, and gained four more years to share the love of God before he died prematurely aged just thirty-four in 1975.
Combining Kenan’s story with the inspirational history of the Turkish Church, and a new epilogue highlighting its recent growth among Muslims, this faith-building updated edition encourages us all to trust our ‘Big Father’ and tell others about Him.