IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE by Grace Nies Fletcher

IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the story of life in a Methodist personage, with the tale the personality of ""Dad"" otherwise known as Rev. Lee Nies, one of the in New England Methodism in the past fifty years. It is an told by his daughter, who with Myrtie (Mrs. Nies) and a main supporting roles. But the main character is Lee, a background, who developed into a man just for the a man of no unusual intellectual attainments nor outstanding but one who naturally loved people and inevitably become involved how to make religion real to them. Starting starvation wages, Lee was moved frequently in always it was to a larger that he moved, of some of the largest Churches in New England and in Bosten. Their trials and tribulations trying to .

Pub Date: May 25th, 1955