Norman Percy Grubb was born Aug. 2, 1895 in England. Although his father was an Anglican pastor and he was raised in a Christian home when he was a teenager he was asked by a family friend if he belonged to Christ. It was then that he asked Jesus Christ to be his savior.

He was educated at Trinity College in Cambridge and while there had the vision for Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, now known as Inter-Varsity Fellowship. He served in WW I and was injured and sent home to recover. While in the hospital he was given a tract telling of C. T. Studd’s work in the Belgian Congo. He knew God’s call for him to join this work.

In the months to come he met and married Studd’s daughter, Pauline and they sailed for Africa to join her father. After serving the Africans Norman found himself in a dire predicament. He found he could not love them as he knew God would have him do. It was then that God gave him and Pauline a verse that would be the cornerstone for the rest of his life’s work… Galatians 2:20

 “I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.”

Norman and Pauline remained in the Congo for ten years. Their first child, Noel, died there. God gave them three more children, Paul, Priscilla and Daniel. Norman remained with the mission group began by C. T. Studd, Worldwide Evangelization Crusade, until his retirement in 1965.

His retirement turned out to be God’s redirection for his life. He traveled the U.S. and England until he was 95 years old sharing Paul’s mystery of the gospel. Christ in you, the hope of glory…presenting every man perfect in Christ coupled with Gal 2:20 was the foundation for him to give to the body of Christ their full inheritance in their salvation.

He was bedridden the last three years of his life and God took him home on December 15, 1993.

Norman wrote many books in his lifetime of a theological nature and also biographies of great men and women of faith as well as numerous articles for magazines, booklets and forwards in others books. Some of his most popular books are Rees Howells Intercessor, C. T. Studd Cricketeer and Pioneer, God Unlimited, Who Am I?, Spontaneous You,  Law of Faith, Touching the Invisible and Yes I Am.   

This is just the beginning of this website. In the future we plan to have writings, some of which have only been available on a limited basis and some new ones; audio tapes and video tapes. All material will be by Norman Grubb.

There is currently a book of his letters being compiled for publication. If you have any letters that you would share and have not been contacted about them you may contact DeeDee Winter at

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Writings by Norman Grubb


Continuous Revival

Obedience of Faith

Touching the Invisible

The Key to Everything

The Law of Faith

Thoughts and Articles





























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