Barbara Howe

Forgotten Voices (ch12): Ada Noble

Forgotten Voices (ch12): Ada Noble by Barbara Howe
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  1. 01 A Beloved Alliance Pioneer.mp3
  2. 02 Living Conditions.mp3
  3. 03 Fire.mp3
  4. 04 A New Assignment.mp3
  5. 05 Transferred to Barrhead.mp3
  6. 06 Percy.mp3
  7. 07 The Cupboard.mp3
  8. 08 New Challenges.mp3
  9. 09 In Conclusion.mp3
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Happy 75th Birthday, Barbara! This download is a complete recording of chapter 12, "Ada Noble," from Forgotten Voices by Barbara Howe. It is accompanied by a special, large-print edition PDF of the chapter, with photos from Ada Noble's life and ministry. Forgotten Voices tells the stories of 40 amazing women who had a significant role in the history of The Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada. From these women who served as evangelists, church planters, pastors and teachers we can... •be inspired by their unimaginable trust and faith as they served God •learn how to trust God's leading for our lives •be encouraged to see that our lives can influence countless others •discover the effectiveness of prayer and perseverance •be challenged to find our place in God's kingdom Accompanied by nearly 90 photos, this well-researched book is a compelling and inspirational read for anyone interested in the role of women in the church today. The paperback and ebook are available for purchase from Barbara's website,
Author: Barbara Howe Reader: Carol Heynen "Forgotten Voices allows us to hear from women who served Christ in the Canadian Alliance. They endured poverty, cold and criticism but were not deterred. They planted churches, brought aid to the suffering and won converts to Christ. We are privileged to have had these anointed women among us and we are blessed to hear their stories." ~ Franklin Pyles, Former President, The Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada "How thankful I am that Barbara Howe has penned the stories of these heroic women. Their lives, marked by steadfast determination and indomitable spirits, serve to remind us of what has been done to build God's kingdom on earth and what can be done when devoted followers consecrate themselves fully to the Lord's work." ~ Shauna Archer, District Missions Consultant/Seamless Link Advisor, C&MA Canadian Midwest District, Regina
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