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One of the most prolific and talented hymn writers in the history of Christendom, Fanny Crosby has served millions with her music. This biography tells the tale of her life as a young, blind girl who eventually was able to use her gift to serve the church. 172 pages with "thinking further" questions. Softcover.

You already know her songs---now learn about Fanny Crosby's life! Medical mistreatment left her blind shortly after birth, but Fanny's handicap did not hinder her from becoming a wife, mother, teacher, nurse, friend of U.S. presidents, and more. An exceptional person by any standard, her legacy lives on in the more than 10,000 hymns she wrote. Approx. 46 minutes.

DVD Features:

  • English and Spanish
  • Chapter Points
  • Out-takes and extended scenes
  • Director's commentary
  • Widescreen format

    Herein are the great hymnwriter Fanny Crosby's memories of eighty years. Told in her own words,this book relates her story of a life characterized by great spiritual depth and profuse creativity. Though blind since infancy, Fanny Crosby overcame great prejudice to become a poet and teacher, much beloved and respected. She lived a remarkable life and her passion for God infused her lyrics with evangelistic zeal that points people to a loving and welcoming Lord. Hardcover. Hendrickson Classic Biography.