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Happy Birthday Henrietta!  While Henrietta Mears went home to Heaven in 1963, if she were still on earth with us, she would be celebrating her 124th birthday.  So, "Who is Henrietta Mears?"  She was one of the most influential Christian teachers/leaders of her day.  I will say no more.  I encourage you to do a little research on Miss Mears.  You might just be surprised at the continuing impact that a Christian Education Director at a local church can have on world evangelism.  Thanks Lauren Libby for reminding us about Henrietta Mears.

(Photo of Lauren Libby, President of TWR)