Ever since the story of C T Studd: Cricketer and Pioneer was published in 1933, WEC has told its story through books. Norman Grubb also shared teaching that challenged the church to live a life of faith and complete dedication to the Lord Jesus. Today we continue to tell that story and share our values and challenge, cooperating with a number of publishers. Books by the late Dr Helen Roseveare in particular share the heart of WEC. Our books are now stocked and sold by CLC, our sister literature mission. Some older books are available as free e-books here. Contact us for a list of what is currently available.
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