Audrey Featherstone, I Presume?
Through her faith in Christ, Audrey Featherstone (born 1922) overcame a broken home, the privations of wartime London, and her own shyness and lack of confidence to become a dedicated servant of God in one of the most strife-torn regions...
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Through her faith in Christ, Audrey Featherstone (born 1922) overcame a broken home, the privations of wartime London, and her own shyness and lack of confidence to become a dedicated servant of God in one of the most strife-torn regions of Africa - the Congo. Audrey became a Christian in London during the turmoil of World War II, and succeeded in training for overseas missionary work with the evangelical "Regions Beyond" missionary union (RBMU). In late 1946, Audrey set sail for Congo, and spent the next 23 years there ministering alongside her husband Elleea, enduring the hazards of equatorial living conditions and the upheavals of Congo's anti-colonial struggle.
The story of Audrey Featherstone will inspire all who read it.
This is the story of Audrey Featherstone - her dramatic conversion, her experiences during the Second World War at the time of the London bombings, her adventures on the way to Congo and her twenty-five years' service in that nation make captivating reading. We all love an adventure story and that is what we have in Audrey's life - danger, excitement, romance, fear, heartbreak and so much more.
Tim Shenton is the head teacher of St Martin's School and an elder at Lansdowne Baptist Church, Bournemouth. He is married with two daughters. He has researched and written extensively on church history, specializing in the eighteenth century, and is also author of Forgotten heroes of revival and two books for younger readers - Readings from James and The life of Abraham, all published by Day One.