Joyce E. Owens always felt a calling upon herself to serve God in Africa. Ever since she was a little girl, she felt this pull on her life and knew it was what she needed to do. Though she faced a myriad of deterrents-- such as life threatening situations, illnesses, surgeries, earthquakes, wars, and more-- she never regretted anything she endured while living deep in the jungle of Africa. The Call to Africa is the powerful biography of Joyce E. Owens, written by author and sister Glenda Owens. Discover Joyce's deep love of the African people and how she followed the call God placed on her life. During her time in Africa, Joyce discover a kindred spirit in her love for Africa, and she and her co-worker, Maxine Gordon, always wanted to hurry back any time they had to leave. It was also important to them that God receive all the glory for whatever they accomplished. Joyce was a wonderful example of what a life of serving God can provide and accomplish. Glenda was born and raised in Galveston County, Texas and this is her first book to author. She traveled to Africa several times to visit and take supplies to the missionaries there. Glenda became their correspondent secretary sharing new with family, friends, and their supporters worldwide.