A. Hope Goldie 1896-1964: a very suitable name for a missionary. by Marjorie Morkham

Hope by name and hopeful by nature, Hope Goldie grew up on a farm in a small country town; after training, she went to India in 1927 to join the Australian Presbyterian Mission in Sholinghur , South India, where she stayed for 30 years until 1957. Hope moved from her mission quarters to live amongst the Indian people in a weavers’ village called Ramakrishnarajupet. She spoke the Tamil language fluently, was responsible for building a nearby church and with an Indian doctor conducted a wayside clinic from a van which she secretly funded.

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Hope by name and hopeful by nature, Hope Goldie grew up on a farm in a small country town; after training, she went to India in 1927 to join the Australian Presbyterian Mission in Sholinghur , South India, where she stayed for 30 years until 1957. Hope moved from her mission quarters to live amongst the Indian people in a weavers’ village called Ramakrishnarajupet. She spoke the Tamil language fluently, was responsible for building a nearby church and with an Indian doctor conducted a wayside clinic from a van which she secretly funded.

ISBN: 9780646577937

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Weight 0.805 kg
Dimensions 29.6 × 21 × 1.2 cm

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