Iona Wearyall is the pen name for an author who has studied the Holy Bible in depth for more than 25 years. While not formally trained by an Christian college or seminary, this author has found the narrow path followed by the few who find it. The author now dedicates her retirement years to sharing the Truth learned through earnest study and spiritual communion with GOD THE EVERLIVING.
Iona is a small island called "the cradle of Christianity in Scotland" off its western coast. Iona plays a significant role in the development of Christianity in the British Isles. Wearyall is taken from the name Wearyall Hill, now called Glastonbury Thorn, where Joseph of Arimathea, uncle of Jesus Christ, jammed his staff (walking stick) into the ground and it grew into a tree.