"Go to the Nepali-speaking people," God said. Thino responded and went to West Sikkim at the foothills of the magnificent Himalaya Mountains, where the hardy people inhabit the majestic mountains that have lain unreached for years from the Good News of Jesus Christ. Through this intrepid missionary, the Good News was permeated to the Sikkimese people who live in this rugged and impenetrable terrain. You'll learn Thino's amazing life and ministry among the Hindus and the Buddhists, and his selfless devotion to the King of kings in sharing the Gospel. His story will take you through crises, rugged wilderness, trials, miracles, warfare, and victory. See the Sikkimese people through Thino's eyes when he was called to share the greatest story that has ever been told. Through it all, you will see the mighty hand of the Lord and will praise for His marvelous works. V. Leno Peseyie-Maase was born in Jotsoma, Nagaland, N. E. India. She received her PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, in 2002, and her ThM and BRE degree from South Korea and India respectively. During her fourteen years of service as an evangelist in Nagaland, she filled many leadership positions: Secretary of the Women's Promotional ministries, President of the Nagaland Baptist Women's Union, Chairperson of the checking committee for the Angami Old Testament Project, and editor of the monthly denominational publication, "Angami Mission Dielie." She was also heavily involved in leadership training of the Church. Writing is one of Leno's gifts and passion. She has written five books, both in English and in Tenyidie, including Nehemiah's Principles of Leadership and Development, and From Headhunter to Soul Winner. Leno and her husband Chaplain Robert L. Maase, live in Atherton Baptist Homes, 214 S. Atlantic Blvd. Alhambra, California 91801.