Jackie Pullinger is one of the most inspiring missionary pioneers of the twentieth (and now the twenty-first) centuries. She went to Hong Kong in the 1960s as a twenty-something music graduate and found herself working with addicts, prostitutes and Triad gangsters in the notorious Walled City.
Here she is (interviewed by Nicky and Pippa Gumbel of Holy Trinity, Brompton, London) talking about what it was like, what she and her teams are doing today, and what we can learn from her example and experience.
It’s a story of love in radical and powerful action – appropriate for Valentine’s Day. (Look out for what she says about the parable of the Good Samaritan.)