Tigwa

The Light of Life Comes to Tigwa

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An autobiography penned by Richfield A. Cudal about the missionary work he pioneered among the Manobos of Tigwa from 1958 – 1962. Includes a final chapter telling about his 50th anniversary reunion with the Manobos in 2012.

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Richfield would never forget that fateful and horrific night during WWII when a marauding band of Manobos murdered his father.

Now a young man, Richfield resolves to seek the savage and primitive people of Tigwa deep in the mountains of Mindanao, South Philippines, with the message of love, forgiveness, and salvation.

This is an autobiography of the work he pioneered among the Manobos of Tigwa from 1958 – 1962, and a heartwarming account of seeing the fruit of his labor 50 years later.

Christopher Cone, President, Tyndale Theological Seminary

“Richfield’s story is an evangelistic adventure. His experiences challenge us all to have a heart for sharing God’s love, the courage to make the most of the opportunity, and the perseverance to finish well.”

Richfield Cudal

Richfield is President of HARK Theological Seminary, West Palm Beach, FL, and Cebu, Philippines. A pastor, teacher, and life-long missionary, Richfield is also Professor of Bible, Theology, and Biblical Languages. He remains a missionary at large to Asia.

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Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 in
Author

Richfield Cudal

Format

Paperback

Publish Date

2011

Language

English

Pages

100

ISBN-13

978-0-9847758-0-4

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    Christopher Cone, President, Tyndale Theological Seminary

    “Richfield’s story is an evangelistic adventure. His experiences challenge us all to have a heart for sharing God’s love, the courage to make the most of the opportunity, and the perseverance to finish well.”

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