C. T. Studd: Cricketer & Pioneer [Norman P. Grubb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The definitive biography on the life of C.T. Studd, the. C.T. Studd missionary to China, India, and Africa biography. Studd was the youngest of three sons born to Edward Studd, a wealthy retired jute and indigo Erskine, John T. Millionaire for God: The Story of C.T. Studd.
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Biographies keep the wonderful ministries of many people alive and fresh before us. Forced home in by poor health, Studd itinerated throughout the United States bipgraphy Britain on behalf of the SVM for six years before moving to India in to serve as minister of the English-speaking church at Ootacamund.
Macmillan Reference USA, Sequel to the Life of the Famous Pioneer-Missionary. Studd’s life and works. Well then, we will start clear with the Lord at our cy. Perhaps Study was biogrwphy in as biographg cannot account for a year.
Read reviews that mention jesus christ norman grubb gave away read this book great book used of god studds life book on the book missionary inspiring lord christian gospel serve walk africa men passion subject today. The family returned to England in The Story of C. Soon the desire of his heart was to see a Spirit-filled church in the heart of Africa.
Things slowed down as the war halted new missionaries from coming and Buxton and his wife took a well deserved furlough Inhe married Priscilla Stewartand their marriage produced four daughters, and two sons who died in infancy.
Naturally there was a royal welcome by Mrs.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. His village was the center of a great population. Showing of 51 reviews. Ibambi became the name given the place. He issued the most stirring appeals that sttudd could write through his magazine. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. All four of his daughters made definite decisions for Christ and were baptized in India.
See all 51 reviews. Like the fact that he left his wife and went to serve in Africa or that his wife seemed to have a mental break and he continued to serve in Africa. CT Studd’s life is still doing that today through this book.
It lights the fires of evangelism and stirs the desire to see God work. He bought, trained and raced horses.
In a few months he gave away several more thousands when he determined the exact amount of the inheritance. A party of eight did go back with him, including his daughter Edith who was to marry Alfred Buxton.
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She said, “Charlie, what did the Lord tell the rich young man to do? He wrote nearly hymns, which he accompanied on a banjo.
Go Ye into the world and preach the Gospel to every creature They had a good reception from the Belgian official and were allowed to enter the Congo. In Studd moved his headquarters here. During seven years some went through the refuge, some saved as well as cured.
All three brothers were won to Christ that biographh day, and all became outstanding witnesses for the gospel.
Only five years previous these natives had been shooting arrows at every new arrival. The children knowing only Chinese now had to learn English culture and tongue.
While trekking in on the Nile they were told that beyond the southern frontier of the Sudan, in the Belgian Congo, between the Nile and Lake Chad were vast masses of people as depraved and destitute as those they had seen, who had never heard of Christ.