Beverlee Chadwick’s Interview with Lloyd Hildebrand about Spurgeon, Lake, Guyon, and Other Pure Gold Classics

Beverlee Chadwick is a freelance non-fiction editor for Bridge-Logos and author of “The Bridge Exhaustive Biblical References to the Father, Son, & Holy Spirit.” She has edited many non-fiction books for Bridge-Logos, especially in the Pure Gold Classics series. She is currently compiling and editing a new Charles H. Spurgeon Pure Gold Classic, Spurgeon on the Holy Spirit. For one of her books, Interior Castle by Teresa of Avila she also narrated the audio excerpts. A licensed minister, Beverlee co-founded two ministries with her husband. She also operates an internet bookstore that features Bridge-Logos Foundation books,

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