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Widening Horizons: The Story of Interserve

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Katherine Makower (Author)
The history of Interserve, from its centenary in 1952 to the present day, is presented in a celebration of the work of this long-standing missionary society. Interserve began its work as a woman-only mission bringing medical relief and the Gospel to women in India. Since then, it has evolved and expanded both in its methods and its geographical location, but the fundamental aim remains the same: to share Christ in word and action. In this sequel to John Pollock's "Shadows Fall Apart", Katharine Makower explores the directions taken by Interserve since its centenary in 1952, looking at its increasing emphasis on co-operative ventures. Mention is also made of Britain's new place as part of the mission field, with workers coming from as far away as Korea, Malaysia and India.

Additional Details

  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publish Year: 1993
  • ISBN: 9780340580455
  • Vendor: MRC