In The Blue Enamel Cup, Rosalie Hall Hunt, the third-culture missionary kid readers first got to know in 6 Yellow Balloons: An MK’s China Story, is all grown up and embarking with her husband and their two little MKs for mission service in Asia. Along for the journey is Rosalie’s birth gift, a small blue enamel cup that will travel with her to eight countries over the next thirty years.
Theirs will be an adventure marked by danger, joy, anxiety, uncertainty, excitement, failure and, occasionally, success. From earthquakes to typhoons, robbers and floods, there is no time to be bored. The Blue Enamel Cup: An MK’s China Legacy traces the Hunt family’s missionary life, culminating in some unexpected and astonishing reunions with childhood friends in China.
Come along on the odyssey and witness the hand of God opening doors and transforming lives.
Praise for The Blue Enamel Cup:
Rosalie Hall Hunt has a tenacious conviction to run toward God with all her heart. You will be inspired by these stories of living vibrantly through radical obedience to His call. — Sandy Wisdom-Martin, Executive Director-Treasurer, Woman’s Missionary Union, SBC
The Blue Enamel Cup is exhilarating, inspiring and deeply touching. I cried as I read sections of it. — Taylor Field, Send Relief Missionary, North American Mission Board
Rosalie Hall Hunt pulls back the curtain and invites you into the intimate details of living a missionary life. Your heart will be overwhelmed. — Candice McIntosh, Executive Director, Alabama Woman’s Missionary Union
You will laugh, you will cry, you will again fall in love with Rosalie’s writing. — Ruby Fulbright, Executive Director Emeritus, North Carolina Woman’s Missionary Union