[Editor's Note: Paul Kent is a writer and editor in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His book Oswald Chambers: A Life in Pictures (Discovery House) released in November for the one hundredth anniversary of Chambers’s death.]
Many recognize Oswald Chambers for the classic daily devotional My Utmost for His Highest—or about four dozen other books that carry his name. Some may know he was born in Scotland and died in Egypt (at age forty-three) while serving as chaplain to British troops in World War I.
But you might be less familiar with the following ten facts from Oswald Chambers’s life: