I was born in England in the middle of WWII. I am a retired Spanish and French teacher, and in later years I became a Bible School lecturer. My husband and I celebrate our Golden Anniversary at Christmas 2019. We have three children and three grandchildren.

The most important choice I have made in my life was to ask Jesus Christ to come into my heart and be my Saviour. I was born again during my first term at Leeds University, Yorkshire in 1961, after searching for the truth for several years. Jesus has brought me into a beautiful, close, intimate walk with Him and I chat to Him often during the day. The most precious part of my day is when I take Holy Communion each evening; Jesus makes that very special for me. I have learned how much it means to Jesus if we spend as long as we can worshipping Him every day. Those periods are also highlights of my busy day. Jesus speaks so tenderly during those times.

When my husband and I took early retirement, we worked as missionaries in India. We were privileged to see healing miracles, and many lives transformed by the power of God. I have also worked for Jesus in Spain, France and South Africa as well as the UK.

It is very much on my heart to write about the breathtakingly wonderful things I have seen Jesus do, and to encourage others to trust Him for themselves. The Lord has always been there for me throughout the fifty-eight years I have known Him. He has never let me down, and His grace is always sufficient in times of need. I am an Intercessor and consequently am sometimes on High Alert for weeks on end, praying for critical world situations.

I am disabled through severe Osteo Arthritis, and housebound now. I walk indoors with a walker. I spend all day in my recliner chair and, as I’m a night owl, I often continue working until midnight. I am writing an autobiography on my amazing life. That idea was given me by Jesus and we are writing it together. There’s so much to share. Jesus shows His boundless love for me in very many ways. Truly, I am So Greatly Loved.

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