Complete with a provocative new chapter for this revised edition of his popular autobiography, Lesslie Newbigin describes the breadth and depth of his missionary service-as a student, wrestling with problems of faith and vocation; as a Church of Scotland missionary, helping to build the Church of South India; as a bishop in Madurai and Madras; as a midwife of the integration of the International Missionary Council and World Council of Churches; and as pastor in one of Birmingham's toughest inner city areas. With commitment, spirituality, and a happy marriage to support him, he invites the reader to share the joy of his adventure in Christ.
Endorsements & Reviews-
"A fascinating autobiography full of wise comments on the developments in the World Church since 1945 . . ." -Dr. Chris Wigglesworth former moderator of CCOM, Church of Scotland
"Lesslie Newbigin is one of the few great figures of the Church who has both practiced mission and thought deeply about it." -Bishop Hugh Montefiore Bishop of Birmingham