Photographs depicting people and scenes from my novels on Andrew Murray
The photographs below depict the people and events associated with
Andrew Murray: Destined to Wait
Nevertheless, some of the photographs above are also relevant.
The photographs below depict some of the scenes and people mentioned in this stand-alone novel on Andrew Murray's ministry between 1860 and 1882
The Dutch Reformed Church at Worcester where Andrew Murray served between 1860 and 1864. A wonderful revival broke out here in 1860.
The is the Dutch Reformed Church in Montagu where the the Cape Revival actually started in May 1860, a few weeks before the revival in Worcester.
On the far left is a painting of Catharina van Blerk in old age. The Worcester revival started at the farm Aan de Doorns while she was teaching a Scripture class to the farm workers there.
Alexander McKidd was the first DRC missionary to be sent beyond the borders of the Cape in 1862. When he and his wife died of Malaria, Stephanus Hofmeyr took over from him.
Revival also broke out on the farms near Paarl in 1860, and in Paarl itself in 1861. Gottlieb van der Lingen was the Dutch Reformed pastor there at the time.
Andrew Murray looked like this around 1860.
This is one of the few photographs of Emma, Andrew Murray's wife when young(ish). She's in her thirties here.
Andrew and Emma with their children, taken while he was a minister at the Groote Kerk in Cape Town, and Moderator of the Synod.
Ds J.J. Kotze, the liberal who gave Andrew Murray such a hard time in the Synod by challenging Question 60 of the Heidelberg Catechism.
Wellington Dutch Reformed Church where Andrew Murray was inducted on 21 September 1871. He retired in 1906 after 58 years in the ministry.
Andrew and Emma Murray in later years.
Huguenot Teachers College in Wellington.
Missions Institute in Wellington
PATMOS at Kalk Bay, where Andrew Murray received the vision to start the Huguenot Teachers College for young women after reading the life story of Mary Lyon.
Andrew Murray sitting on the rocks opposite PATMOS cottage.
Andrew Murray just before his death.