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Helen Roseveare & Death in the City

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Helen Roseveare & Death in the City

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Hardcover & Paperback
Hardcover & Paperback, 24 pages & 160 pages
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Helen Roseveare: The Doctor Who Kept Going No Matter What: This short biography on the life of doctor and British missionary Helen Roseveare will inspire young children to serve the Lord Jesus Christ faithfully.

Helen was trained as a doctor in England and then journeyed to the heart of Africa in the mid-1900s to care for the sick. Through many successes and trials, Helen remained committed to sharing the Gospel and lived her life in service to the will of God. This brief 24-page book comes in hardcover and is colorfully illustrated.

Access printable activity pages that correspond with the book for your children to enjoy!

Listen to an interview Alistair conducted with Helen Roseveare in 2001.

Death in the City was originally written against the backdrop of the 1960s countercultural upheaval. Author Francis A. Schaeffer was a theologian and pastor who offered a simple response to the rejection of biblical principles seen in his day—a commitment to God’s Word as truth. This commitment is often a costly practice, but it is compassion for a world that is lost and dying without the Gospel. Death in the City makes a bold plea to believers to respond to the changing culture, not by hiding away, but by clearly and lovingly articulating that those who reject God will perish.

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