The British Brethren missionaries Ernest and May Trenchard devoted their lives to serving the Church in Spain. planting congregations and forming leaders at a time when much activity in evangelism, teaching, and publishing had to be undertaken clandestinely. Such service came at significant personal cost, and this book explores what it meant to minister in such a context. At a period when it was claimed that Protestantism was merely a foreign import, the Trenchards sought to immerse themselves in local culture so that Brethren congregations would emerge whose ethos was genuinely Spanish.
By Tim Grass
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