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Tenzin Lahpka (a pseudonym) was a Buddhist monk in Tibet before he had a life-changing encounter with Jesus and became his follower. With Eugene Bach, he wrote Leaving Buddha: A Tibetan Monk’s Encounter with the Living God.

Enlightened by Love and Sacrifice: An excerpt from Leaving Buddha

Enlightened by Love and Sacrifice: An excerpt from Leaving Buddha

In this excerpt from Leaving Buddha, Tenzin Lahkpa, formerly a Buddhist monk, recalls his first introduction to Jesus the Messiah.   A Christian Family Member “Tenzin!” “Yes?” I responded to the unknown voice yelling down the corridor after me. “There is someone outside looking for you.” I ended my meditation, stood up, and walked to […]

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