Good, James I.
The story of Bethan, Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones' wife
A story of faithfulness
First ever biography of Bethan Lloyd-Jones
The galleries of the great heroes of faith contain many inspirational women; although not always placed in as prominent a position for all to see, their service has been invaluable in God's kingdom. The wife of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones was such a woman. Bethan Lloyd-Jones' portrait has long been hidden in a part of the gallery known only to her family and certain close friends. Lynette G. Clark brings this portrait into view, capturing the wit, wisdom and faith of a godly wife, mother and friend.
Lynette G Clark has been a minister's wife for thirty-two years and has lived in different parts of Wales. She is married to Stephen and they have three children, and four grandchildren. During the last ten years, while caring for her parents, and her mother-in-law, she has found time to write, and speak at ladies' conferences.
"What a rich and colorful portrait, of a godly woman who served her Savior with wit and wisdom...This is a portrait worth stopping to relish and study." - Kathleen B. Nielson, Director of Women's Initiatives, The Gospel Coalition
"A lovely portrait of a lovely woman of God!...The wisdom and insight drawn from Bethan's life will be of great encouragement and help to today's pilgrims." - Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Author, Revive Our Hearts radio host, Niles, Michigan
"... a fascinating insight into the loving and sacrifical support which Mrs. Lloyd-Jones gave to her husband over more than 50 years of sharing together in ministry." - Peter Milsom, Director of UFM Worldwide and director of Affinity
"...a beautiful portrait of a wife, mother, and friend emerges to reveal a woman of excellent character and piety whose price is far above rubies." - Steven J. Lawson, President of OnePassion Ministries and Professor of Preaching at The Master’s Seminary, Sun Valley, California.
"What an enjoyable read! This is a well-researched, well-written book. It is hard to put down until it is finished... that she was prone to anxiety endears her all the more to the reader." - Mairi Harman, Ocean Grove, Australia