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Addie Goes to China

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Addie Goes to China by Bonnie Gates Windle

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It is my desire to share about the life and work of Addie Estelle Cox, a friend of my grandmother, Cecil Harper Gates. The more I know about Addie's work, the more I appreciate her and what she and others have done in going to other countries and other cultures to share about the love of Jesus. It was my pleasure to know her when I was a young girl, as she visited our church during furloughs back to the States. Her bundle of energy, her serious commitment to sharing God's Word, and the discipline that was obvious in her life made an impression upon my life. May her memory and her devotion to Jesus be kept alive in the generations to come, and may God use this book to call out other people to mission fields still "ripe unto harvest." Bonnie Gates Windle grew up on a farm in rural Alabama, where she learned to love God, her family and God's people.

Author Biography

Bonnie Gates Windle grew up in rural Alabama on a small family farm and learned early to love God's creation. Her favorite spot today is looking out her kitchen window at the dogs, cats, chickens, beautiful birds and the squirrels at play. That is where her desk is located and where she works and continues her reading through the Bible. She has a strong love for God, family and people. Having had the opportunity to meet people in national settings, her worldview is broader than it might have been. She has been a passionate reader since she was twelve years old, and much of that reading has given her a greater love for God and for His mission work. Having spent over forty years in a legal office, she used most of her vacation time in mission work, often in Brazil, and other times in local and North American missions. The new federal women's prison in Aliceville, Alabama, has opened a new field of service for area residents, and she has been active in that work and hopes to continue to minister there. She has two children, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Having recently lost her husband of sixty-one years, she has entered a new phase of life and continues to seek God's direction.
Release date NZ
April 20th, 2020
  • General (US: Trade)
40 illustrations
Courier Publishing
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