Hymn singing has always been important in Christ worship.
From the time of the unaccompanied singing on the Mount of Olives after the Last Supper to the modern "worship bands" people have expressed their love of God in song. The hymns of Francis Ridley Havergal have been part of this long and loved tradition.
The questions are though, is it possible to re-dedicate our lives with her "Take my Life and let it be" to march triumphantly with "Who is on the Lord's side?" or to rest in God's peace with "Like a river glorious?"
Like each of the books in this unique series, Travel with Frances Ridley Havergal, is both carefully researched and a valuable travel guide.
With over 150 colour photographs, drawings and map it will guide the traveller to many of the key locations associated with the English hymn writer and poet.