• “Whatever weakens your reason, impairs the tenderness of your conscience, obscures your sense of God, or takes off your relish of spiritual things; in short, whatever increases the strength and authority of your body over your mind, that thing is sin to you.” – Susanna Wesley

Helen Roseveare

Give Me This Mountain: An Autobiography

Enough

Living Stones – Sacrifice, Faith, Holiness, Fellowship

Living Sacrifice: Willing to be Whittled as an arrow 

Living Faith: Willing to be stirred as a pot of paint 

Living Holiness: Willing to be the Legs of a Galloping Horse 

Living Fellowship: Willing to be the third side of a triangle 

He Gave Us A Valley 

Digging Ditches: The Latest Chapter Of An Inspirational Life 

Doctor Returns to Congo: After the Rebellion! 

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  • Rev. Dr. Ed Hird says:

    Thank you for remembering Dr. Helen Roseveare. We commend to you our newest Light Magazine article on the well-known WEC missionary Helen Roseveare. https://engage.lightmagazine.ca/2022/08/12/dr-helen-roseveare-the-fellowship-of-his-sufferings/ Jesus is Lord! Rev. Dr. Ed Hird www.edhird.com

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