"'The hundred-fold' Mark 10.29-30. Our home at Grassy Park. Our home on right, church hall on left, and invalid's home in behind church hall. bro. S. and one helper built the church hall on to our house and also the outside chimney at right after he was 70. He has built 22 houses in Africa of two or more rooms and several of one room, all made of some kind of bricks. The 12 room "Namwranga Home" was the largest and next is the school and church building at Sinde mission. It has large auditorium and four class rooms and both still in full service. Since July 4th 1944 this home has been ours. We tried hard for six months to rent, lease or buy any kind of room or roof over us. Ho this ever came about only the Lord knowns. It has been a wonderful blessing to us, to the missionaries passing, a school for 4 years, and a church for ten years." Description very likely written by Augusta Brittell.
Jimmie Lovell Papers, Center for Restoration Studies, Milliken Special Collections, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas.
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