C. T. Studd: Cricketer and Pioneer

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World-Wide Revival Prayer Movement, 1935 - Missionaries - 260 pages

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Nurtured in the lap of comfort, educated at Eton and Cambridge, the hero of the British as a cricket star created a stir in the secular world by renouncing wealth and position to follow Jesus. The ... Read full review

Contents

A Visit to a Theatre and Its Consequences
15
Three Etonians Get a Shock
21
An AllEngland Cricketer
25
The Crisis
36
A Revival Breaks Out Among Students
46
T Becomes a Chinaman
56
He Gives Away a Fortune
68
An Irish Girl and a Dream
74
A Mans Man
126
The Greatest Venture of All
130
Through Cannibal Tribes
144
The Very Heart of Africa
157
T Amongst the Natives
171
Forward Ever Backward Never
192
The God of Wonders
199
When the Holy Ghost Came
210

United to Fight for Jesus
87
Perils and Hardships in Inland China
95
On the American Campus
104
Six Years in India
120
Bwanas House and Daily Life
224
Hallelujah
232
God Enabling Us We Go On I
249
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