The Story of Ida Robinson

The Story of Ida Robinson

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Bishop Ida Robinson (1891-1946) only lived fifty-five years, but her spiritual legacy still continues to this today. Growing up in a society where women weren't often allowed to serve as church leaders, she trusted the call of God when she began preaching before the age of twenty-six. Ida was thankful to be ordained as a minister into The United Holy Church, but sad that there were still so few women recognized as Christian leaders. Led by the Holy Spirit, Ida founded Mount Sinai Holy Church of America Inc. in an effort to give female preachers equal standing with their male counterparts. She was consecrated as a bishop in 1924, and by the time she died there were more than eighty Mount Sinai churches planted across the United States, Cuba, and South America. A must-read for young girls, The Story of Ida Robinson is an inspiring Christian biography that encourages all children (and their parents) to trust God and faithfully follow whatever they're called to do regardless of the limits and obstacles in their way.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 203.2 x 254 x 2.03mm | 117.93g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507790910
  • 9781507790915

About Vivian E McIver

Vivian E. McIver is a retired educator living in Philadelphia with her husband James and their daughter Elaine. She holds degrees from Cheyney University and the University of Pennsylvania and worked for over thirty-five years in the Philadelphia public school system. Passionate about providing children with fun educational experiences, she has also enjoyed working with children in her local church and community as well as at the national youth convention for Mt. Sinai Holy Church of America Inc. The Story of Ida Robinson is McIver's first book.show more