In 1964 Nola Warren was a young missionary with three small children, a wonderful marriage and a growing ministry. One day her husband, Jerry Witt, flew away in his airplane to do what he loved to do in his ministry--distribute Bibles to the most remote villages of Mexico. Jerry never came home. He was killed in an airplane crash that has never been completely explained or resolved.Even though she spoke very little Spanish at the time, Nola obeyed God and remained in Mexico to continue the work Jerry had begun. She felt very inept and could not understand why God has chosen her. But God reminded her that "the foolishness of God is wiser than man's wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than men's strength"(1 Cor. 1:25, NIV). About the author: Nola Warren and her second husband, Frank live in Durango, Mexico, where they are supervisors of more than twenty congregations. Together they have helped develop many ministries, and they continue to do missionary work in many parts of Mexico. Nola is also recognized as an international speaker and has authored two best-selling books in Spanish.
Nola Warren is an internationally recognized conference speaker and Bible teacher, and the author of two best selling books in Spanish. She married Francisco Warren three and a half years after the death of her husband Jerry and has resided in Mexico since that time. Nola, Francisco and her sons have dedicated their lives to the work of the ministry. They have founded more than 20 churches and trained up pastors for those congregations through their school of ministry, Bethel Bible Institute. Although all of her children are in ministry, the most recognized is Marcos Witt, who is known worldwide for his ministry in music.