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UCB Radio discuss Alison Daunton-Fear’s teaching ministry from the 20th Century

UCB Radio discuss Alison Daunton-Fear’s teaching ministry from the 20th Century
Paul Hammond

Paul Hammond

UCB Radio

Andrew Daunton-Fear speaks about 'Treasures from a Deep Mine'

Andrew Daunton-Fear, son of Alison Daunton-Fear, was invited to speak about his mother’s ministry on Paul Hammond’s morning show (UCB Radio). A new book containing 40 of her talks, Treasures from a Deep Mine, was also discussed. The book will be published on 1st January, 2021.

Alison was trained at Ridgelands Bible College in Wimbledon, and clearly had a gift for public speaking which enabled her ably to complement the ministry of her husband Richard Daunton-Fear, an ordained priest of the Church of England and later an Archdeacon in Australia.

Her 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.

About the Book

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.

Other Media Mentions

BBC Radio Somerset discusses ‘Treasures From a Deep Mine’

BBC Radio Somerset discusses ‘Treasures From a Deep Mine’

Andrew Daunton-Fear was interviewed on Radio Somerset, on February 21, by presenter Charlie Taylor. Charlie first set the scene about the book being a collection of talks written by Andrew's late mother, Alison Daunton-Fear, and how Andrew and his sister came about...

Newslink promotes book resource for lent

Newslink promotes book resource for lent

Thrapston in Northamptonshire was the first parish that Andrew Daunton-Dear was in charge of.  St. Peter's Henleaze in Bristol is the church where he and his wife worship now (currently on Zoom!)  With welcomed approval, the vicar Rev. Canon Mark Pilgrim gave the go...

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