Audrey Featherstone, I Presume?
Author Tim Shenton
God takes an ordinary lady (by her own admission), a 'nobody', and uses her for his glory and the extension of his kingdom. A gripping story of conversion, experiences during the second world war and her adventures during twenty five years in the Congo. Here is danger, excitement, romance, fear, heartbreak and so much more!
Gordon M. Guinness, in his foreword to Elizabeth Pritchard's work, For such a time, speaking of the Regions Beyond Missionary Union (RBMU), Audrey's mission, says, 'Although there are great figures in the story, like Henry Grattan Guinness and F. B. Meyer, for the most part it is the account of what God had done with ordinary people, who dared to take Christ at his word and to follow him faithfully, whatever the consequences, in the power of his Spirit'.
Tim Shenton is the head teacher of St Martins School and an elder at Lansdowne Baptist Church, both in Bournemouth. He is married with two daughters.