Jean Purcell

Jean Purcell was a member of Baltimore, Maryland, First Church of the Nazarene. Her husband James N. Purcell, Jr. worked for the United States Government and helped to develop the Bureau of Refugee Programs which he directed from 1982-1986. He also served as Director General for the International Organization for Migration in Geneva, Switzerland.

Information gathered from Herald of Holiness - July 1, 1986 and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_N._Purcell_Jr.

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Herald of Holiness - July 1, 1986

William E. McCumber
John A. Knight
C. Neil Strait
Yvan Beals
William Folprecht
Jean Purcell
Wendell Wellman
Bob Woodruff
William Goodman
Jay Harold Keiser
Nina Beegle
John F. Hay
Arnold E. Airhart
Ron Jordan
Evelyn Stenbock Ditty
The Statue of Liberty against a clear blue sky.
The Statue of Liberty

IN THIS ISSUE:
2 Realigning our Priorities, General Superintendent: John A. Knight
3 The Potential for Commitment, C. Neil Strait
4 Letters
5 Liberty and God’s Word – For All Mankind, Ivan A. Beals
6 God is on the Night Shift!, William Folprecht
8 No Place to Call Home, Jean Purcell
10 She Received Her Prayer Language, Wendell Wellman
11 Holiness in Action, Bob Woodruff
12 An Aids Victim Saved, William Goodman
13 Chaplains and Changed Lives, Jay Harold Keiser
14 Church Planter Extraordinaire, Nina Beegle

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