Anne Rayment tells the story of Irene Rowley and her work with U.F.M in Brazil.
Life as a missionary is often seen as romantic, but Irene is Rowley tells of the reality - coping with disease, misunderstanding, a handicapped child and homesickness. Yet her determination to work for God in Brazil carries her through and gives her purpose for all that she does.
"People will be challenged after reading this down-to-earth, honest book. We learn of the tensions of the missionary life, the heat, dust and squalar of Brazil and some of the problems of the people there. It is refreshingly different." David Waite