The Diary of a Missionary Wife


In stock (can be backordered)

In a time where Sacrifice is no longer a much talked about subject preached in Christian circles, the average believer is tempted to forget those who have left their comfort zones to go fulfill the Great Commission in foreign lands.

This book was written to remind us that there are some workers in the body who have been forgotten and need to be strengthened. However, as a compilation of testimonies and personal experiences, the author seeks to exalt God and His miraculous involvement in the life of anyone who dedicates to serve Him and fulfill this mission calling.

It will empower missionaries to continue believing and trusting a God who is ever present and it will remind believers of the forgotten ones.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg


Year Published


Esi Barnsley

Maame Esi Barnsley has served with her husband as pastors for the past 19 years. Having served as missionary wife, she focuses her ministry of Prayer, Philanthropy and guiding and counselling women in diverse ways to be more God-conscious and work for the Lord.

With a degree in Management and a Master's in Human Resource Management, Maame Esi has worked as lecturer in various subjects in Management and also held positions in Human Resource, Finance and Sales in various organisations.

She lives in the United Kingdom for some years before the Lord called the couple as missionaries to Cameroon where they lived for 14 years. God helped them to plant 10 churches for the Lighthouse Chapel International.

As a conference speaker, she has travelled extensively in Europe, USA and Africa to share the Word of God and use her life as a testimony to encourage many.

She is happily married to Bishop Kevin Barnsley and is blessed with three children: Lois, David and Tirzah.

Be the first to review “The Diary of a Missionary Wife”


There are no reviews yet.

Main Menu

The Diary of a Missionary Wife


Add to Cart