Christina Moir Forsyth: Women Worth Knowing

By August 18, 2020September 18th, 2021Podcast, Uncategorized

Christina Moir Forsyth (1844-1919): Erroneously called “The Loneliest Woman in Africa,” Scottish missionary Christina Forsyth never felt alone with the Lord by her side as she served faithfully among the Mfengu people of South Africa for 30 years. In spite of discouragement and oppression, Christina experienced the fruitfulness of faithful and consistent discipleship among the people she so dearly loved. Hers is a beautiful testimony you won’t want to miss!

    • Christina Forsyth of Fingoland by W.P. Livingstone


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