Guided by Grace: The Kathleen Mallory Story
Kathleen Mallory, the woman who led Woman’s Mission Union for a remarkable thirty-six years, was lovely, graceful and charming—the epitome of Southern graciousness. But it was the depth of her spiritual gifts that influenced a generation of women and, indeed, the entire Southern Baptist Convention. Deceptively dainty, never pushy yet amazingly resilient, she led WMU through two world wars and the Great Depression. With her incisive skill and tenacity, she led women to rescue the denomination’s two mission boards from crushing debt. Over her tenure, Mallory came to be known among leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention as the “Tiny Dynamo.” Get your copy of her story now.