C. T. Studd: Cricketer & Pioneer [Norman P. Grubb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The definitive biography on the life of C.T. Studd, the. C.T. Studd missionary to China, India, and Africa biography. Studd was the youngest of three sons born to Edward Studd, a wealthy retired jute and indigo Erskine, John T. Millionaire for God: The Story of C.T. Studd.
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Like Hudson-Taylor, Studd believed that funds for the work should not be directly solicited. Some 2, Christians gathered to meet her.
The natives had always been told that their Bwana’s wife was at home, so busy getting white srudd and women to come out and tell them about Jesus, that she could not come herself. He hardly slept except bioggaphy 2 and 4 AM. Studd died in Ibambi, Belgian Congo 16 July Studd’s health began to fail badly. They went to an inland City, Lungang-Fu and the only house they could get was one considered stdd. Go Ye into the world and preach the Gospel sttudd every creature She got in with set face biogeaphy eyes straight ahead in front of her and was gone.
That was the last time they met; she died the following year. He encouraged Christians to take risks in planning missionary ventures, trusting in God to provide. He had already determined it would go into the work of the Lord. Studd, now 50 felt the call to Africa. Studd, as a Bible believing Christian, knew that his place in Heaven was secured by repentance toward God and faith toward the Lord Jesus Christ and the blood He shed for our sins when He died on the cross of Calvary.
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Primary Studd, Charles Thomas. All that being said, I did enjoy this book and I have a respect for Studd because of it.
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Within two years the heart of Africa biograpjy surveyed, four strategic centers chosen, covering some hundreds of miles and involving about eight tribes. Studd arrived home in late to find his wife very ill, but faithfully carrying on the home-base operations. Studd spent a good deal of time with an opium refuge for the victims of this drug.
Studd, C[harles] T[homas] (1860-1931)
Every Christian man should read this book. Ibambi became the name given the place. A combination of both inordinate materialism along certain financial realities of our modern world has prevented numerous young people from taking on the challenge of fill commitment to the ministry of the gospel.
Read reviews that mention jesus christ norman grubb gave away read this book great book used of god studds life book on the book missionary inspiring lord christian gospel serve walk africa men passion subject today. They talked together about opening Africa from the Nile to the Niger to Christian missionaries. He was probably the best known athlete of his day in England. We would like to introduce you to the Saviour, and welcome you to this wonderful eternal family.
This was an excellent biography written by the son in law of Studd. Returning home briefly he visited Cambridge and stirred people to the depths with a challenge of the unevangelized world.
Studd and his wife. Write a customer review. Quotations from the Letters of C. Studd’s daughter Edith married Buxton. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
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So they went, a better climate also appealing to them. In he came and stayed for 18 months. There are some amazing stories in this book and I’ve used some in my teaching.
The health of the parents was poor, but soon Studd began to take meetings. Competition Test First-class Matches 5.