Faith Cook, daughter of Stanley and Norah Rowe, missionaries of the China Inland Mission (now OMF), was born in north–west China. After missionaries were evicted from the country in 1951, she returned to the UK and attended Clarendon School in North Wales before proceeding to teacher training college in Bromley, Kent. She married Paul Cook in 1961, and they served several evangelical churches in the Midlands and Yorkshire before his retirement. Faith is well known for her wonderful book ministry, and Roger Carswell went to chat with Faith about her life, her faith and her friendship with Patricia St John.
Faith’s books would make wonderful Christmas gifts, and are available here