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Lonely Missionaries

The following is an extract from the letter received from a missionary in Africa:

a I shall be grateful for the opportunity of corresponding with anybody who is prepared to share even their prayers with my work. It is particularly lonely and isolated where my mission is. . .

Will you, yourself, befriend one of these heroic men, or, better still, form a group among your relations or friends to adopt one ?

Over 100 missionaries of different societies have been linked to helpers in this manner, Will you be such a friend ? If so, write to me and I will give the name and address sent to me for this purpose by one of the Mission Societies. —MISS DORIS BURTON, 475 Kensington Close, London, W.8.

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