Chasing Faith Among Yaks and Nomads is a brutally honest memoir depicting seven years of living alongside the Tibetan Buddhist people. While celebrating the journey’s many joys, it does not shy away from the more difficult aspects of life while sharing Jesus in a foreign land. As it tells the story of adjusting to a new culture and language and then moves on to deeper work and meaningful relationships with the Tibetan people, it also wrestles with questions that every cross-cultural worker must face; questions of impact, significance, and what to do when things don’t turn out as expected. This vulnerable account of dreams accomplished and dreams stripped away does not hold back and leaves nothing to the imagination. If you’ve spent time in the Tibetan Buddhist world, we hope this book captures part of your story as well, giving you the feeling that you are surrounded by others who understand the strange mixture of intense joy and acute sorrow this lifestyle carries with it. It also opens up the inner world of a cross-cultural worker to those curious to know what it is really like to live among an unreached people group.