Beryl Ramsey Sand
Singing I Go!
BERYL RAMSEY SAND heard the Spirit's call to serve as a missionary in Africa at the age of fifteen. Ten years later, in May of 1944 and in the midst of World War II, she arrived in Africa, where she met and married Rev. Lloyd Sand.
Beryl Sand worked as a nurse, as a literacy teacher, and she assisted in writing the first Bible teaching material in the Gbaya language. Beryl is the mother of three daughters and one son.
Endowed with the gift of music, Beryl and Lloyd translated and performed many Gospel songs in the Gbaya language as part of their ministry in Africa and their mission presentations during furlough in the U.S. In this book Beryl chronicles her life in Africa through her memories and letters as she continues "Singing I Go!"