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Carver Foreign Missions

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Lausanne World Pulse - IN THIS ISSUE...

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Montrose WaiteMontrose Waite was a Jamaican-born minister who helped build support in the African-American church for foreign missions.A member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, Waite was committed to finding channels through which black American missionaries could go to Africa. Because of his skin color, Waite suffered numerous setbacks in his attempts to go to Africa as a missionary.He finally made it to Sierra Leone, where he and his wife served before suffering more opposition while on furlough to the United States. Waite founded the Afro-American Missionary Crusade in 1947, but later joined Carver Foreign Missions.He served as a missionary in Africa until 1962.He remained active in ministry until his death in 1977.


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But also by God's amazing grace can reach great heights as African Americans, like Chief of Neurosurgery Ben Carson at Johns Hopkins Medical Center, or Atlanta's successful pastor and family man, Dr. John McNeal, missionary Montrose Waite, and sixty-year marriage of Walter and Alma Jones.


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