Mary Slessor: Heroine of Calabar #2020

Mary Slessor: Heroine of Calabar By Basil Miller Mary Slessor Heroine of Calabar An incredible story of the courage and compassion of the Scottish girl who became a missionary to Africa A Women of Faith biography
  • Title: Mary Slessor: Heroine of Calabar
  • Author: Basil Miller
  • ISBN: 9780871238498
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mary Slessor: Heroine of Calabar By Basil Miller An incredible story of the courage and compassion of the Scottish girl who became a missionary to Africa A Women of Faith biography.
    Mary Slessor: Heroine of Calabar By Basil Miller Mary Slessor Heroine of Calabar by Basil Miller Mary Slessor was a remarkable woman whose grit and determination is almost unfathomable to modern minds While this book furthered my admiration of her, I am sure that there are better, thorough books on her life and work. Mary Slessor, Heroine of Calabar Wholesome Words things, God was preparing another humble heart for mission work in Africa Mary Slessor, a Scottish girl, patterned her life upon the career of the He was her hero is dead, and his heart is buried in Africa, Mary s soul thrilled at the challenge he gave, I go to Africa to make an open doorDo you Mary Slessor Missionary Heroine by Basil Miller Mary Slessor book Read reviews from world s largest community for readers Missionary to Calabar, West Africa, Late s t early s Heroines of History Mary Slessor A heroine is defined in the dictionary as a woman who is well known for courage and daring action With fiery red hair, as well as an equally fiery spirit, and a petite frame, Mary Slessor wasn t exactly who you pictured to be braving the dense African jungle to share the Good News Such was the case with Mary Mary was the second Women of Faith Ser Mary Slessor Heroine of Calabar by Find many great new used options and get the best deals for Women of Faith Ser Mary Slessor Heroine of Calabar by Basil Miller , Mass Market, Reprint at the best online prices at eBay Free shipping for many products Mary Slessor Lessons from a Queen indeed Chiomah s Blog Apr , Mary Slessor is a true heroine and her impact was felt throughout south eastern Nigeria Many think all her work was focused on Calabar but that s far from the truth Although stationed in Calabar she moved to different areas and as a result killing of infant twins was wiped out all over the south eastern Nigeria.
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    About "Basil Miller"

    1. Basil Miller

      Basil William Miller was born in Laconia, Indiana, February 26, 1897 He moved with his family to Indian Territory now Oklahoma in 1905, and nine years later entered a small Christian college in Greenville, Texas, to earn A.B and B.D degrees.After pastoring churches in Oklahoma, he was called to teach at Pasadena College in California He married Esther Kirk and they had four children He earned a master s degree at the University of Southern California and five graduate degrees the M.A S.T.M Th.M S.T.D and Ph.D were earned while he was holding pastorates in San Diego, Pittsburgh, New York City, San Antonio, and Pasadena.In 1939, Dr Miller was involved in a serious car accident and suffered a severe concussion which kept him bedridden for a year and partially incapacitated for the next four Then, in 1947, he suffered a heart attack During his convalescence he began his writing career and, over a period of 35 years, produced 200 books and thousands of articles for Christian publications.Two wartime biographies caused a publishing sensation Martin Niemoeller Hero of the Concentration Camp appeared in 1942 while the German pastor was still confined in Dachau The other bookk was Generalissimo and Madame Chiang Kai shek The Chinese leaders were at the height of their popularity and the book generated prepublication orders than any previous Zondervan title Some 950,000 Basil Miller books were in print by mid 1951 He had published 136 titles by 1955 and his final count probably tops 150 Until his death on May 7, 1978, at the age of 81, he was driven almost beyond endurance with the knowledge that there is so much to do, and so little that I can accomplish.

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    1. Hers is one of the interesting stories in Christian history It is amazing what God enabled her to do She was not perfect, and I would have preferred if the author had taken time to address her faults, but she helped open the interior of Africa up to missionary work and to make amazing strides against such practices as killing twins Proverbs says that the heart of kings is in God s hands and so are the hearts of cannibalistic tribal chiefs steeped in witchcraft as this story makes clear Mary oft [...]




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