From his boyhood days, Ronald W. Taylor, was interested in mission adventure in the Pacific Islands. His heroes were missionaries. Educated in church schools and the Australasian Missionary College, he decided to prepare for mission service as a nurse. He took the nurses’ training course at the Sydney Sanitarium and Hospital, and while there, met a nurse who became his wife.
Together, the Taylors went to the island country of Samoa to spread the light of God’s message to its inhabitants. This is the fascinating story of their mission work and the life and customs of the South Pacific, and how God’s message transforms the island people.