A single woman setting out for Africa and a medical mission? Fascinating enough. But add to that the single woman building a hospital in India, going back to Africa to reopen a hospital after the revolution in Zimbabwe, and establishment of clinics in Honduras-and you have a picture of a courageous woman. God did eventually provide a partner who has served with her for many years in Honduras. You will enjoy the humor, the adventure, and the deep devotion to God shown in this work. "My wife Margaret and I have known, loved, admired, and respected Madonna Spratt throughout her entire fifty years of missionary service. We have witnessed firsthand the impact of her life and service. Madonna's story is a compelling and inspiring tribute to what God can do through a life that is completely sold out to Him." -David Eubanks "Madonna Spratt is not only a fearless world ambassador for Christ, but also a competent and compassionate missionary nurse who has poured her life into bringing healing to the nations through the grace of the Good Physician, Jesus Christ." - David Grubbs, M.D., Former medical missionary Madonna Burget Spratt has served for over fifty years in Zimbabwe, India, and Honduras in medical missions. But her mission has also been a strong witness to the Person of Christ and His saving power. Born and educated in Indiana through her nursing program, she then attended Johnson Bible College. Following midwifery training, she began her fascinating, faithful, fruitful service to the Lord in overseas settings. Eleanor Daniel is the retired Dean and Dorothy Keister Walker Professor of Christian Education at Emmanuel School of Religion in Johnson City, TN. She and Madonna have shared a long friendship.