Bob Hiley Retires as Director of Book Aid

Bob HileyAfter twenty-seven years of founding and leading the Book Aid ministry Bob Hiley is standing down from leadership. Well known for his vision, energy and pioneering spirit he will be greatly missed. His legacy of over 300 containers of Christian literature sent by Book Aid to places of need across the world is evidence of God’s hand on this work. It will be difficult for Bob to give up work entirely so you may still see him helping where he can in the days ahead.

Interim Director Appointed

The Trustees have appointed Mrs Christine Pulsford as Interim Director as from 17th March 2015. She will lead Book Aid through a period of transition as work continues apace, handling the tide of Christian books that arrives daily. Your prayers are valued at this important time.

Thank you to all who have helped or are still helping in this exciting programme. By the grace of God we will carry on. More information will follow via the Book Aid website.

The Trustees of Book Aid Charitable Trust, 18th March 2015

3 thoughts on “Bob Hiley Retires as Director of Book Aid

  1. I have many happy memories, Bob and Ada. You were an inspiration when I was a candidate in 62 ( I believe ) ( I was a candidate when your youngest daughter was born !)
    Lots of love to you both, may the Lord bless you and give you health and joy !
    Love Maddie

  2. We would like to thank Bob & Ada for their sterling work at Book-Aid over many years and for the support they have given us in Ghana for the last fourteen,
    They are an inspiration, encouragement and challenge for anybody who is in the early days of mission life and learning to live by faith.
    God bless you in your retirement

  3. It was a joy to fellowship with you in the early days of Book Aid and to see your vision fulfilled and so many blessed across the world through your ministry. God bless you and Ada richly in your retirement and may the work of Book Aid long continue.

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