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Meeting the Chief

Prebendary Wilson CarlileCaptain Ray Lewis traveled to South Africa which is now the southernmost sovereign state in Africa but during a time of racial tension to encourage the church there. Finally, he returned to Britain to meet the founder of the Church Army, Prebendary Wilson Carlile (1847-1942 AD) and to engage in mission work with English and Irish colleagues. Wilson had a conversion experience after reading a little pamphlet and later wrote, "I have seen the crucified and risen Lord as truly as if He had made Himself visible to my bodily sight. That is for me the conclusive evidence of His existence. He touched my heart, and old desires and hopes left it. In their place came the new thought that I might serve him and his poor and suffering brethren."

Chapter Seven "South African Tension"

African Racial Tension
100
America Christians Care
101
Catechist James Kalauma
102
South West Africa
103
Damaraland Doors Open
104
James Kalauma Handicap
105
Gospel Song Books
106
Cape Town George
107

Chapter Eight "English Colleagues"

Meeting Wilson Carlile
108
Archbishop Lang Meeting
109
Wilson Carlile's Monument
110
Hyde Park Meeting
111
Festival Hall Rally
112
Church Army Trek
113
Rich Papal Vestments
114
Chester Jail Cell
115
England Christian Work
116
Liverpool's Hope Street
117
Liverpool Rescue Mission
118
Christ's Working Glory
119
Amsterdam Drug Hippies120
Blackpool Seaside Mission
121
Holy Ghost Healing
122
King George's Flag
123

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