A Woman's life for Kashmir by Ashley Wilson
The great missionary biographies are the records of incompleted lives. This life of Irene Petrie is another illustration of this fact. She spent four years in missionary service and died at the very beginning of her work. Petrie was one of the first representatives of the missionary movement among students to fall at the forefront of foreign missions. The call came to her in 1891 and in 1893 she sailed for India. In 1897 she passed away at Leh in the Himalayas. Here is the first biography of a Student Volunteer.
Publisher - Gulshan Books
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