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Christian history abounds with the names of women like Evie who had a tremendous influence on the spread of Christianity and on the entire tone of civilization. Great Women in Christian History tells the stories of 37 of these notable women-women who have served God's kingdom as missionaries, martyrs, educators, charitable workers, wives, mothers and instruments of justice.
- The slave girl Blandina endured torture rather than deny her faith
- Katie Luther and Susannah Wesley influenced their husbands and children with their faith and prayers.
- Fanny Crosby believed her blindness helped her write hymns that would lead many would to Christ.
- Harriet Tubman respected slaves by leading them through the Underground Railroad
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Great Women in Christian History tells the stories of 37 notable women-women who have served God's kingdom as missionaries, martyrs, educators, charitable workers, wives, mothers, and instruments of justice. With its colorful anecdotes, biographical facts and actual words, this book will enrich, inform and motivate history enthusiasts, teachers, homeschoolers and the general reader alike.
Daniel Graves is the webmaster for Christian History Institute and holds a master's degree in library science from Western Michigan University. He is the author of iDoctors Who Followed Christi and iScientists of Faithi. Dan also is the co-editor of iThis Day in Christian Historyi. He and his wife, Paula, live in Michigan.