When Margaret first started supporting the Mission, we were known as Underground Evangelism and we were smuggling Bibles behind the Iron Curtain.
“I went to a Tom Rees Rally in 1955 at the Royal Albert Hall in London when I was 20 and became a Christian. I was at teacher training college and also went to a number of conferences at Hildenborough Hall. My husband was an elder in the Baptist Church and I still run a House Group. We meet in the house of a lady who is 92!”
“From our earliest days of marriage, we would always give a tenth of our income to Christian charities. It wasn’t always easy as we had three lovely children to bring up, but Mission Without Borders was one of those charities I really wanted to support.”
"What I love about the Mission’s work is that it helps the poor, providing practical support, but it also wants to support children and future generations – with education, school materials and scholarships to go to University.”