Lillian Dickson was a little lady with a great vision and big heart (as introduced by the Reader’s Digest July 1962 issue.) She was born 1901 in Minnesota. A graduate of Macalerter College, Lillian married to James Dickson, a Canadian studied at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1927. Soon they accepted the missionary duty from Canadian Presbyterian Church.
The story of Lillian Dickson and the organization that she founded while living in Taiwan as a missionary's wife, The Mustard Seed, is a long and well documented one. Her first years living in Taiwan from the late 1920s to the early 1940s were that of adjustment and bringing together their family while her husband, the Rev. James (Jim) Dickson, conducted missionary work on behalf of The Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC)...
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