(Malcolm Lawrence’s autobiography, "Something Will Come Al...)
Malcolm Lawrence’s autobiography, "Something Will Come Along: Witty Memoirs of a Foreign Service Officer with Nine Children," is filled with numerous vignettes, revealing Lawrence’s dry wit, and the comedic impact that his family has had on his life. This wit is highlighted in his storytelling ability, wonderfully detailing the events of his life and allowing them to come alive on the page. From his tales of early boyhood adolescence to his sojourn in England as a Foreign Service Officer, and ultimately, his stories of rearing nine children throughout his many travels in Europe, his life’s tale both entertains and allows readers a chance to relate and relive their own life story.
A.A., Belleview College, 1936. Bachelor of Arts, Alma White College, 1941. Master of Arts ColumbiaU., 1963.
Vice president Pillar of Fire Church Society, Inc., Brooklyn, 1969, London, 1971, Cincinnati, 1969, Denver, 1969, Zarephath, 1972, bishop, since 1974, president, general superintendent, 1978-1984. Violinist, vocalist and interviewer radio stations, president Pillar of Fire Christian Network.
Vice president Pillar Fire Church Society Inc., Brooklyn, 1969, Cincinnati, 1969, Denver, 1969, London, 1971, Zarephath, 1972, bishop, since 1974, president, general superintendent, 1978—1984. President Pillar Fire Christian Network. Violinist, vocalist and interviewer, Radio Stations.
Member of New Jersey History Society, National Religious Broadcasting Association, International Platform Association, National Trust History Preservation, American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetic Association, Washington Campground Association.
Married E. Jerry Lawrence, September 10, 1941 (deceased 1983). Children: Arthur Evan, Verona Kathleen Lawrence Friedly.