Lt Norman Percy Grubb (1895-1993) was born in London, the son of an Irish ordained minister. Norman served in the Gloucester Regiment during WWI. In 1919 he married CT Studd's daughter Pauline, and joined their young WEC mission in the Congo, where he earned the name 'Rubi'.
During his time as the General Secretary of WEC, Grubb began writing. He first produced tracts and magazines for the mission, and then in 1933 he published a biography of his father-in-law: CT Studd: Cricketer & Pioneer. After this came a string of other books, including his autobiography Once Caught, No Escape, and the pamphlet The Key to Everything.
Other books penned by Grubb include Continuous Revival, Touching the Invisible, Rees Howells Intercessor, Law of Faith, The Liberating Secret, The Deep Things of God, God Unlimited, Spontaneous You, Who Am I?, and the controversial Yes I Am.
Several of these titles have been republished by Zerubbabel Press, Amazon, Barnes & Noble.
Books of Norman Grubb's letters, including Knight of Faith (in 2 volumes), and My Dear CUMB: Norman Grubb's Letters To The Cambridge University Missionary Band 1922-1989, have been published and are available through AuthorHouse or NormanGrubb.com
Where to buy in print
After C. T. Studd
by Norman Grubb
This book is a record of the daring adventures of the men and women who followed C. T. Studd - the cricketer-missionary whose life story has thrilled so many thousands of people. It is a straightforward account of how ordinary men and women in many parts of the world learned the secret of turning crisis and calamity into achievement and opportunity.
The Price They Paid
by Norman Grubb
This booklet has a definite objective. It has seemed plain to us for a long time that there are in the Scriptures certain clear principles of spiritual action. These, when fulfilled, are the life-line along which God brings His grace and power to bear on a situation, whether for revival, for the melting of hard hearts, the salvation of souls, or the sanctification of carnal Christians.
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