Here is the story of an unusual missionary who laboured for more than 51 years in Andhra, a state in South India. Is the Great Commission relevant today? Is God to be depended on for the supply of temporal needs, even without the support of a missionary society? Is there a place for the independent man in the service of God? Can God use the ordinary man in an extraordinary way? Can East and West be joined in an enduring fellowship of love? As you read this biography of Silas Fox, you will be encouraged to say yes to these and other questions. As a young man, some 60 years ago, Silas left Canada with his wife and was soon preaching the Word fluently in his second tongue, Telugu, “The Italian of the East”. They saw the beginning of a work that is still going on today. Silas began his missionary career by breaking a mission rule and then went on to break many hearts through the power of his preaching. His story renews the challenge of the great unfinished missionary task and shows what God can do in a yielded life. About the Author: Donald S. Fox was born and raised in South India and educated at a boarding school for missionary children. After serving four years with a construction company in England, he saw service overseas in the Royal Army Medical Corps in the Second World War. After graduation from the London Bible College (1949) and London University (1950), he sailed to India, spending most of the first missionary term as principal of the Hindustan Bible College, Madras. Upon obtaining a teaching certificate during a short furlough in England, he returned to India to serve as principal of his old school for 9 years. During this time, he and his wife Barbara ran a hostel for boys. He also edited the All-India Bible Commentary sponsored by the Evangelical Fellowship of India and took a degree from Madras University in his spare time. In July 1969 he left India with his wife and his son Mark for Canada and now makes his home in British Columbia
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