what made a huge impression on her was Mildred Cable’s autobiography Something Happened, where Cable details her conversion experience as well as her and her sisters’ (Evangeline French, and Francesca French) experiences serving as missionaries in China. When she heard about the meeting to be led by Mildred Cable in London she knew she had to attend. (Above Left: Sisters Evangeline, Francesca, and Mildred)
It was here that she decided to go by the name Wetherell instead of Audrey since there were so many women named Audrye in the United States. Then in 1952 while Wetherell finished a speaking engagement at a church in San Bernardino, California, five women from that church asked Audrey to please teach them from the Book of Colossians.
A Catholic priest attended my class for six weeks and we developed a real friendship. Sometime during the 1960s after Pope John advocated Bible reading, we noticed a great increase in Catholic membership. Priests in one of the Bay Area churches were so impressed with Bible Study Fellowship that any one who taught catechism on Saturday had to be a member of Bible Study Fellowship class.