Glimpse of Their Greatness

Glimpse of Their Greatness is a compilation from First Wave, the author’s first book, leaving out all reference to her personal stories. The book highlights four Papua New Guinea teachers and their great love for the Faith, and the way each one broke the deeply ingrained beliefs and traditions regarding the superiority of the white race — they took great risks in so doing. The book is especially for their children, their children’s children, and ‘their line’.

Glimpse of Their Greatness is a compilation from First Wave, the author’s first book, leaving out all reference to her personal stories. The book highlights four Papua New Guinea teachers and their great love for the Faith, and the way each one broke the deeply ingrained beliefs and traditions regarding the superiority of the white race — they took great risks in so doing. The book is especially for their children, their children’s children, and ‘their line’.

  • Contributors:: Leila Deighton (Author)
  • Format: Softcover book | 60 pages
  • Dimensions: 191 x 235 x 4 mm | 153 g
  • Publisher: Independently Published, 2021
  • Source: Printed with permission by Bahá'í Distribution Service of Australia
  • ISBN: 9780648109181
  • SKU: DEIGH_GLIMP@p
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  • Contributors:: Leila Deighton (Author)
  • Format: Softcover book | 60 pages
  • Dimensions: 191 x 235 x 4 mm | 153 g
  • Publisher: Independently Published, 2021
  • Source: Printed with permission by Bahá'í Distribution Service of Australia
  • ISBN: 9780648109181
  • SKU: DEIGH_GLIMP@p

About Leila Deighton

Leila Deighton came to the craft of writing later in life, but since joining the Rose City Writers in 2009 she has honed her skills and deiced to write First Wave, a memoir detailing her years as a Bahá’í pioneer, focussing particularly on Papua New Guinea.

Leila was born and raised in Warwick (Queensland), but while living in Darwin decided to dedicate her life to the Faith.

Titles by Leila Deighton

Pioneer Stories

Modern Believers