I’d Do It Again

When the young nurse sailed out of New York Harbor on the Queen Mary in 1950, she couldn’t have imagined that 32 years later she would receive, in an impressive ceremony, Central African Republic’s highest honor for her service to their people. Margery Benedict has written a candid and caring account of the many African friends who found spiritual and physical healing during her forty-five year ministry. This is a life changing account of one person’s experiences as she followed the path the Lord laid out before her – sometimes through frightening circumstances, sometimes through heartbreaking sadness, sometimes through indescribable joy – but always knowing the Lord was at her side.

Author: Margery Benedict

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