Missionary women are no strangers to the ecstasies, horrors, and humor of the human condition. June M. Dunn, RN-MSN was the
20th-century missionary in Haiti, Honduras, Guam, Russia, Saigon, Saipan, and Thailand. Her American family upbringing, science-based
healthcare training, and humanistic effort allowed her to be an exemplary teacher and caregiver to the poverty-stricken. Her
recollections offer inspiring, frightening, and sometimes comical aspects of missionary work. Select quotations and hymns
give meaning to the spiritual and emotional impact of her calling. Personal photographs and paintings beautifully illustrate
a life well-spent. In the final chapters, chronicled are five not-to-be-forgotten missionary women: Charlotte Moon; Mary Slessor;
Amy Carmichael; Gladys Aylward; and Mother Teresa. These six heroic women (i.e., sheroes) and their missionary achievements
are a testament to living for His glory with love and self-sacrifice.