History of the Women's Missionary Association of the United Brethren in Christ

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United Brethren Publishing House, 1921 - Home missions - 158 pages
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Page 35 - For not with swords loud clashing, Nor roll of stirring drums ; With deeds of love and mercy, The heavenly kingdom comes. 3. Lead on, O King Eternal, We follow, not with fears, For gladness breaks like morning Where'er thy face appears ; Thy cross is lifted o'er us, We journey in its light; The crown awaits the conquest ; Lead on, O God of might.
Page 74 - It is about three miles long, and from a mile to a mile and a half broad.
Page 19 - I know that my Redeemer liveth,' "Mindful that vast millions of women and girls can never hear the 'tidings of great joy' unless a Christian woman be sent to them. "Remembering that Jesus made loving obedience the supreme test of discipleship, and that his last, most solemn command was, 'Go, teach all nations...
Page 127 - Mrs. Ellen Sickafoose, of Buchanan, Michigan, was appointed to take charge of the mission.
Page 16 - By the terms of the constitution, the Association is under the direction of the General Conference, and submits quadrennial reports to that body.
Page 14 - October 21 and 22, 1875, were spent in faithful, prayerful work. A constitution that had been previously published was discussed, amended, and adopted, and "The Woman's Missionary Association" was organized and the following officers elected : President, Mrs.
Page 36 - Board and missionaries then on the field, it was decided to establish schools up the Bompeh River, in a thickly populated territory that was calling for light, and was without any missionary work. The...
Page 36 - The head-man built a barra for worship, and the Association a mud house for the missionary on a beautiful elevated site near the town.
Page 38 - Lord, and the people responded by subscribing one hundred and sixty acres of land at Palli, five binkeys of rice...
Page 52 - Its object is to promote grace and Christian fellowship among its members ; to aid them in practical Christian service, and especially to carry the gospel of Jesus Christ to the untaught native people of Freetown.

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