|Birth: ||1905, England|
|Death: ||May, 1990|
Hannah was the only child of Quaker parents. In young womanhood, she became a faithful believer and follower of Jesus Christ after deep and personal revelations of her purpose in life. She felt called to be an independent missionary to Haifa, Israel in 1932; work which lasted 50 years.
Traveling between Israel, Switzerland and England during these times, she wrote many inspired Christian books -- some of which are: "Kingdom of Love," "Hearing Heart," "God's Transmitters," "Winged Life," the "Mystery of Suffering," and the series: "Hinds Feet on High Places," "Mountains of Spices," and "Eagles Wings to Higher Places." This three book series has had millions of readers and remains classic.
Her writing is easily read and most inspiring. She is a person I would have liked to have met.
Saint Mary Cemetery
Created by: msb
Record added: Apr 04, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18763675
You are remembered Hannah.|
Added: Feb. 2, 2008
Your extraordinary life and books are a continual encouragement to me. Thank you.|
Added: Apr. 4, 2007