ILL-HEALTH caused Gillian March to abandon medical studies, but,
as she tells in this autobiography, One Goal: Whatever the
cost (New Wine Press, £7.99 (£7.20);
978-1-903905-76-0), she found her vocation in a prophetic,
Bible-based ministry, and in marriage to her clergy husband, Tony.
"There is nothing more difficult or challenging than to be called
into the Prophetic Ministry, especially if one is a woman. A
prophet's lot is to be misunderstood, silenced or in some manner
slain." Her struggles, setbacks, and triumphs are recorded in
poetry as well as prose. Now, at nearly 80, her ministry lies, she
says, in encouragement, exhortation, and intercession.