Margaret in Singapore
Margaret in Singapore is a book about the faithfulness of God in Margaret Seaward’s life. It tells the real life story of the Seawards and their pioneering work in Singapore and Malaysia from the 1950s. The book takes the reader, through riots, miracles, deliverances and other adventures as God continues to be faithful in every circumstance. Whether it is facing difficulties, the challenges of life or a loss, no one can deny the Seaward’s undeniable willingness to do whatever it takes to accomplish the will of God.
This book reads like a continuation of the book of Acts, as God’s miraculous power appears evident page after page. It will challenge the reader to want to depend on God’s faithfulness, and to be a willing vessel to do all that He has called them to do.
About the author:
Connie Seaward Ong is Letta T. Hansen’s granddaughter and the daughter of Rev Drs Fred Seaward and Margaret Seaward. Connie has been a missionary for more than 40 years. Connie and her husband, Daniel Ong, have planted churches in various countries. They were missionaries in East Malaysia, India, Scotland, Nepal, Japan and Ghana, and are presently located outside of Seattle, Washington, where they planted a cross-cultural church. The Ongs have 3 children and 11 grandchildren.