Local Chinese women began to play a vital role in the spread of the gospel in the early 1920s because of social reforms in China. Boarding schools were established by missionaries where local Chinese women were educated so that they could help spread the gospel. These women were known as the Bible women. Dora Yu was one of the most well-known of these women. Dora held many gospel meetings and began to travel throughout many provinces as a prevailing witness of Christ testifying of His great love and wonderful salvation. Her words were powerful and caused many to be convicted and turn to Christ. In this podcast, we cover Dora Yu's testimony and we end with the very interesting circumstances in which Watchman Nee's mother and later Watchman Nee himself were saved in one of her gospel meetings.