Printed on paper
7.5 × 5.1 × 0.9 in. (19 × 13 × 2.4 cm)
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Wilfred Grenfell was a British physician who established a medical mission in Newfoundland at the close of the nineteenth century. Inspired by the faithful service of his mother to her family—which Grenfell viewed as a practical manifestation of the love of Christ—Grenfell dedicated his life to medicine and the practical service of others. His work began small, but it eventually blossomed into the International Grenfell Association, which provided not only medical care but also food, education, and other forms of social and economic assistance in Newfoundland. In 1910, Grenfell published What the Bible Means to Me, an account of his faith and calling to the medical profession.
Published in 1926 by Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., London, England. Acquired by 2020 by Ted Steinbock, private collector, Louisville, Kentucky; Privately purchased in 2020 by Museum of the Bible, Washington, DC.