I chose this book because of personal contact with the Naga people, their faith excites me so I wanted to know some background. God has looked with favour on this people! They were commended by General Slim, who commanded the British 14th Army in Burma, for their assistance in turning back the Japanese offensive on India at Kohima in 1944. They were then savagely persecuted by the Indian people so it is not surprising that God heard their pleas for help and sent a Welsh style revival which has diminished today but still evidences itself in real miracles. A book for those who want truth, the kind the media turn their backs upon.
From Head-Hunters to Church Planters by Paul Hattaway, 2006 documents the `amazing spiritual awakening in Nagaland'. The book is small at just 130 pages but packs a real punch. It is very well researched and covers both the advancement of missions to the Nagas and the revivals they have seen. The ups and the downs, the spiritual heights, the persecution and opposition and the workings of God amongst the different tribes. Appendices includes a few charts and tables of statistics
Excellent book on the Nagas of Nagaland (India) and the work of God