• A Friend to Africa’s Orphans: An Interview with Rosemary Jensen Article by Rosemary Jensen

    FROM TABLETALK | March 2013

    Tabletalk: How did you become a Christian, and what ministries have you been involved with over the years? Rosemary Jensen: It seems as if I literally grew up in church. My parents were Southern Presbyterians in Jacksonville, Florida, during the time when that branch of the church was very conservative. By God’s grace, I heard the gospel preached faithfully every Sunday morning and every Sunday evening. I put my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ early in life, and at age seventeen, after hearing a missionary speak, I committed my life to “foreign missions” in Africa. My pastor helped … View Resource

  • Treasures in Heaven Article by Rosemary Jensen

    FROM TABLETALK | August 2009

    As my husband and I were preparing to go to Africa as missionaries more than fifty years ago, we eagerly sought wisdom from those who had gone before us. One such retired missionary doctor who had served the Lord for many years had a lasting impact on our lives. We knew him as a kind and gentle man who was more interested in encouraging us to go to Africa than in talking about himself. It was his relatives who told us about his habit of giving. Apparently the IRS frequently investigated his income tax statements because they could not believe … View Resource