When Others Shuddered
When Others Shuddered: Eight Women Who Refused to Give Up is the story of eight women called to serve God and who, in doing so, changed the world. They lived at the turn-of-the-century, rubbing shoulders with the well-known men...
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When Others Shuddered: Eight Women Who Refused to Give Up is the story of eight women called to serve God and who, in doing so, changed the world. They lived at the turn-of-the-century, rubbing shoulders with the well-known men of their time like John Rockefeller, Marshall Field, and Dwight Lyman Moody.
Each of these women was unique. They were single and married, black and white, wealthy and poor, beautiful and plain, mothers and childless. Yet, each felt called to make a difference and to do something - to meet a pressing need in her world.
These women wanted to live lives less ordinary. Their stories inspire us to follow God's calling in our own lives. They teach us that each individual person can make a difference. These eight women will show you how God can use your life to change the world.
- <div><p><b>foreword<br></b><b>chapter 1: They Refused To Give Up<br></b><b>fanny Crosby (1820-1915)<br></b>chapter 2: Longings Of A Blind Girl<br>chapter 3: Learning And Love<br>chapter 4: Hymns And Heaven<br><b>"emma" Emeline E Dryer (1835-1925)<br></b>chapter 5: Typhoid Fever And God's Call To Service.<br>chapter 6: The Chicago Fire Brings A Fresh Start<br>chapter 7: Building A Bible School<br><b>chapter 8: Women And Education<br></b><b>"nettie" Nancy (fowler) Mccormick (1835-1923)<br></b>chapter 9: Love And Marriage<br>chapter 10: Tremendous Riches And Devastating Loss<br>chapter 11: The Wealthiest Woman In Chicago<br><b>sarah Dunn Clarke (1835-1918)<br></b>chapter 12: A Life Of Privilege<br>chapter 13: Mother Of The Mission<br>chapter 14: To Win One Soul<br><b>amanda Smith (1837-1915)<br></b>chapters 15: Finding Freedom<br>chapter 16: From Camp Meetings To Africa<br>chapter 17: Caring For Chicago's Orphans<br><b>chapter 18: Women And Missions<br></b><b>virginia Asher (1869-1937)<br></b>chapter 19: Women At The World's Fair<br>chapter 20: The Fate Of Fallen Women<br>chapter 21: A Light For All Women<br><b>evangeline Booth (1865-1950)<br></b>chapter 22: Called To Serve<br>chapter 23: San Francisco And Soapy Smith<br>chapter 24: The World For God<br><b>chapter 25: Women And Politics<br></b><b>mary Mcleod Bethune (1875-1955)<br></b>chapter 26: Longing To Learn<br>chapter 27: Florida: The New Africa<br>chapter 28: A Legacy Of Hope<br><b>chapter 29: Being That Kind Of Woman<br></b><b>discussion Questions</b></p></div>