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Page from Raymond Golsworthy’s Bible.
Raymond Golsworthy used some of the notes in his Bible to write Bible studies (e.g. Let us go on). An example of notes for a message on the Son:
I. Who He is …
II. What He did …
III. Where He is …
Occasionaly he inserted a quote of a respected preacher. On this page: TAS for T. Austin-Sparks; FBM for F.B. Meyer.
The White family, 1920/21. Joyce sitting on the left. For all of the names please check this photo on the picture page of Ruth White.
Raymond Golsworthy. Galatians 6:14.
Raymond Golsworthy and Fred Flack. Arrival at Bombay, 1 April 1937.
Joyce White, age 23. Teacher at Moreton Bay Girls High School; 1936. She went to India, to teach at Hebron High School, in 1938.
Raymond Golsworthy; 16 August 1941.
Joyce White and Raymond Golsworthy. Two days after engagement; 16 August 1941.
Wedding Photo (photo copy). 29 November 1941.
Raymond and Joyce Golsworthy shortly after wedding.
Joyce and Raymond Golsworthy after the liberation of the POW camp. Fukushima.
Tea party at Lady Ogle’s bungalow in the Nilgiri Hills.
Click this link – Tea Party Lady Ogle’s Bungalow – to check the photo of the above tea party with most of the names with it.
Raymond Golsworthy; Fred Flack; Watchman Nee
Raymond Golsworthy; Fred Flack
Ruth White with mother and sister. Redland Bay.
Raymond Golsworthy; Fred Flack. Both in the centre with a wreath of flowers.
Bakht Sing (middle), Raymond Golsworthy; Philippines, 1950’s.
Simon Meek, Bakht Singh, Raymond Golsworthy
Raymond and Joyce Golsworthy, with friends.