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Australian News site shares ‘Victory Through Faith’ sermon

Australian News site shares ‘Victory Through Faith’ sermon

Australian news website shares 'Victory Through Faith' sermon

Published by Bible Society Australia, Eternity is a national news service for Australian Christians, who has shared one of Alison Daunton-Fear’s sermons, titled Victory Through Faith, from the recently published book, Treasures From a Deep Mine.

The article introduces Alison as, “An English Christian who moved to Australia … a gifted preacher with a ministry spanning a large part of the last century, including World War II.”

It shares about the time in which Alison spoke, where women were not allowed to be ordained in the church of England, which led Alison to prodominantly speak at women’s groups, especially the Mothers Union.

“Her work complemented that of her ordained husband Richard, who worked as an Archdeacon in New South Wales and South Australia during the 1960s.”

One of Alison’s talks is then introduced and shared. “Victory through Faith is one of the sermons she delivered during the Second World War, and contains pearls of biblical truth and wisdom for today.”

To read the full article, click HERE.

She gave nearly half the talks in Australia.

Eternity News

This is the victory that has overcome the world – our faith

1 John 5:4

About the Book

READINGS FOR LENT AND DAILY LIFE

This book is a collection of 40 talks by Alison Daunton-Fear, a gifted preacher whose ministry spanned a large part of the twentieth century, including during the years of the Second World War. As the Church of England did not allow women to be ordained at that time, she mainly preached to women’s groups, especially the Mothers’ Union, but her powerful sermons speak to us all today. Her work complemented that of her ordained husband Richard, who eventually became an Archdeacon in Australia.

Alison’s talks reflect her radiant Christian faith and beauty of spirit, her extensive knowledge of the Bible, and her deep love and understanding of the needs of humanity. They are concise but packed with spiritual truth with practical application that both challenges and encourages.

Presented as daily readings, each with a scripture to meditate on, this book can be used as a daily devotional (for example, during the 40 days of lent), as a resource for small group studies or as a treasury of teaching material for church leaders.

Treasures from a Deep Mine

Available formats:
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ebook (ePub edition)
ebook (Kindle edition)
ebook PDF

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