John Stott’s Right Hand

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Frances Whitehead was working for the BBC in London when Stott asked her to become his secretary. For 55 years she was his right hand: gatekeeper, administrator, typist, encourager and enabler. In his Will, Stott named her as his ‘friend and Executor’. Their partnership – unique, effective, and not without humour – has been described as ‘one of the greatest Christian partnerships of the 20th century’. But what lay behind the dogged determination, fiercely protective streak, occasional imperious tone, and ready, warm laughter Frances brought to her role? This book tracks her life and glimpses her ancestry to find the answer.

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Description

Frances Whitehead was working for the BBC in London when Stott asked her to become his secretary. For 55 years she was his right hand: gatekeeper, administrator, typist, encourager and enabler. In his Will, Stott named her as his ‘friend and Executor’. Their partnership – unique, effective, and not without humour – has been described as ‘one of the greatest Christian partnerships of the 20th century’. But what lay behind the dogged determination, fiercely protective streak, occasional imperious tone, and ready, warm laughter Frances brought to her role? This book tracks her life and glimpses her ancestry to find the answer. This is an inspiring story of a dedicated life, which has been expertly researched and is full of fascinating details about the wider evangelical movement.

About the Author

Julia E M Cameron (MA Aberdeen) served on the boards of three of John Stott’s initiatives. For 25 years she has written obituaries for the UK broadsheets, and is a contributor to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Julia is honorary Director of Publishing for EFAC, and lives in Oxford.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 15.2 × .3 × 22.9 cm
Format

Paperback

Language

English

Imprint

Faithbuilders

Writer

Julia Cameron

Publication Date

4th May 2020

ISBN

978-1-913181-31-4

Pages

228

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