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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Third Estate and Children's Home Summary

Norman Grubb
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Third Estate and Children's Home Summary and Analysis

There is always great need at the college but the needs are always met. Just as a massive building project is completed, Rees reads about the needs of housing for missionaries' children whose parents are in the mission field. God guides Rees to be patient and faithful and they obtain the perfect estate for the home right next to Derwen Fawr. The children's home along with the additional buildings provide for students and families to come to the College and be blessed, often finding salvation.

Rees struggled previously when he was called to start the college and leave his mission work behind. However, with God's plan Rees continues to serve the mission field by taking care of the children. The College has also become a new mission field, providing the opportunity for salvation for all those who...

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