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Amy Carmichael: Let the Little Children Come

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The story of Amy Carmichael and her remarkable life as a young missionary in Japan and India. Amy Carmichael worked in street missions for several years before serving for two years as a missionary to Japan. At twenty-eight, she left for India, with high hopes of spreading the good news of Christ to the Indian people. This is the story of her significant and remarkable work, her main accomplishment being rescuing Indian children as young as five or six from a life of temple prostitution, disease, and certain death. Amy's ministry testifies to the power of the God whom she loved, and for whom she gave up everything.

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The story of Amy Carmichael and her remarkable life as a young missionary in Japan and India. Amy Carmichael worked in street missions for several years before serving for two years as a missionary to Japan. At twenty-eight, she left for India, with high hopes of spreading the good news of Christ to the Indian people. This is the story of her significant and remarkable work, her main accomplishment being rescuing Indian children as young as five or six from a life of temple prostitution, disease, and certain death. Amy's ministry testifies to the power of the God whom she loved, and for whom she gave up everything.
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Arriving in India, Amy Carmichael sees little children married to pagan priests for temple prostitution. Amy rescues these children and provides a safe, healthy home for them.

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Lois Hoadley Dick

Dick's writing career spans thirty years, with biography and history as her special interests.

Table Of Contents

  • arriving In India, Amy Carmichael Sees Little Children Married To Pagan Priests For Temple Prostitution. Amy Rescues These Children And Provides A Safe, Healthy Home For Them.
  • 2. The Miner(1867-1888, Ireland, England, Japan)
  • 3. The Keeper Of The Jewels(five Thousand Years Of Hinduism)
  • 4. The Search For The Jewels(1901-1904, India)
  • 5. Jewels Stripped Off(1899, India)
  • 6. Jewels Of Victory(1899, India)
  • 7. Broken Jewels(1915-1927, The Years Of Public Outcry)
  • 8. A Choice Jewel(1902-1938, Dohnavur's Growth)
  • 9. Polishing The Jewels(1902-1929, The Father's Children)
  • 10. Jewels Of The Ledger(1900-1935, The Father's Provision)
  • 11. Crown Jewels(1900-1935, The Father's Silence)
  • 12. The Jeweler(1931-1951, The Father's Plan)
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  • Catalogue Code 330947
  • Product Code 9781575678665
  • ISBN 1575678667
  • EAN 9781575678665
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Sep 1984
  • Sales Rank #75994
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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