Sound the Trumpet is the story of Samuel Dhlamini, one of missionary Harmon Schmelzenbach’s first converts. Raised in a Swazi village, steeped in the pagan culture, proud, haughty, and adventurous, Samuel scorned the missionary at first. But when God encountered this Swazi youth, even before he understood who this God was, Samuel knew he wanted to belong to Him. This began a lifetime of devoted, trusting service that took him far afield and in the process made him a devout child of God who became a beloved leader of the Swazi Christians. God uses people all over the world to accomplish His purposes. Read the inspirational story of one man who shared God’s love with the people of Swaziland.
Helen Temple has more than 60 titles to her credit. From 1951 to 1985 she authored one or more books annually, only failing to meet this intensive writing agenda one year. She has been commissioned by Beacon Hill Press to prepare the Helen Temple Classics series, a collection of her best writings, which will include one book per year for the next four years. Helen Temple is a beloved author and devoted servant of the Lord with an irrefutable passion for missions.
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