With Daring Faith: Amy Charmichael - BJU Biography

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SKU #: 2A-01124
This biography begins in England when Amy’s mother tells her young daughter that God gave her brown eyes for a reason. Amy would find her place of ministry caring for the thousands of Hindu children, children whose eyes were as brown as the eyes Amy had once wished were blue.
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Bob Jones Press JourneyForth Novels
Rebecca Henry Davis
Grade Level/Age:
Grades 5 - 12
196 pages



In 1903 Amy Carmichael's book 'Things as They Are' shocked many Englishmen and Americans into taking a close look at India. Unafraid of public criticism, Amy Carmichael had revealed to the Western world the spiritual bondage of India as well as the suffering of thousands under the supposedly "benign" religion of Hinduism. She raised a plea for the little children who were being sold into lives of shame as slaves in Hindu temples. In Amy Carmichael's victories in India, we see the victory of the Lord Jesus Christ over the powers of darkness. She was used by God to care for thousands of abused Hindu children.

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