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Colleen Aalsburg Wiessner

Author of "God's Path" in Sing With Me Associate for Christian Nurture for the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic (Reformed Church in America); a religious education consultant for churches, judicatories, schools, and organizations; holds an M.P.S. in Affective Education

E. F. Wiest

Author of "Attention, Christian soldier, thou warrior of the King"


Author of "Pilgrims and wanderers, hither we come"

Jeremiah Holmes Wiffen

1792 - 1836 Author of "They ask me for some radiant lay"

Frank H. Wiggin

Author of "Such As I Have Give I Thee"

Kate Douglas Wiggin

1856 - 1923 Composer of "[See the shining dewdrops]" in Primary Teachers' Manual nee Kate Douglas Smith

Arch R. Wiggins

1893 - 1976 Author of "Open wide the stable door"

Donald E. Wiggins

Author of "Lift up your head and feel the touch of God"

George A. C. Wiggins

Author of "Fire a volley amen" George wrote many hymns for the Salvation Army between 1880 and 1900. He attended the 25th anniversary of the Salvation Army in London and played the piano for that gathering held in the Crystal Palace. The Salvation Army Heritage centre in Toronto, Canada has copies of his hymns and the International Salvation Army headquarters in London, England also has some of his hymns. Nancy Arnett (great granddaughter)

Iris E. Wiggins

Author of "Let the Savior in"


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