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A week later, the relevant edition of the Sporting Times included a mock obituary which has assumed iconic status:. This was in when Studd was 16 years of age. Christian Biographhy Crusade, n. This was the largest unevangelized region in Africa at this time. In China he married Priscilla Steward, a young Irish missionary, and together they had four daughters.

They had a bioyraphy reception from the Belgian official and were allowed to enter the Congo. Studd had an amazing impact wherever he went and his work was indeed blessed by God.

Arriving at Khartoum he had a delay of some weeks. The Autobiography Of George Muller.

He got a burden for souls, and a call from China seemed to be what he felt God wanted him to do. Add both to Cart Add cg to List. Christianity in Africa Timeline of Christian missions.

Studd continued going miles beyond Bambili to the Congo River, then miles to the mouth, and then on to England to find more recruits.

He also here influenced John Mott. Inhe married Priscilla Stewartand stufd marriage produced four daughters, and two sons who died in infancy.

Immediate work started, clearing, biograpby and building. This is a must read, especially in a day when being a Christian has grown a bit confusing for most. This was March Read more Read less. Its memorable verse states:. Studd’s mentoring and passion for Christ and evangelism is inspiring.


He was buried in a simple grave. The seven Cambridge students who became missionaries known as the Cambridge Seven to China were:.

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By the time he was sixteen he had started to excel at cricket and at nineteen was captain of his team at Eton College ; after school he went to Trinity College, Cambridgewhere he was also recognised as an outstanding cricketer.

He had left a few deserted houses, now there were many Christians and a vibrant work. His answer not being convincing enough, the guest pressed the point and finally down on his knees went C. After reading this book it’s clear to me that Studd was a person of great passion and a disciple of Christ. Let his fire for God melt your heart and start to burn with passion for God and those who don’t yet know Him.

Although, some of the areas he focuses on aren’t particularly necessary and are sometimes just there to quote from a letter. Cricinfo10 June Edward Studd, retired planter had made a fortune in India and had come back to England to spend it. Studd returned to England when Priscilla fell ill, but when he returned to the Congo in she had recovered sufficiently to undertake the expansion of the mission into the Worldwide Evangelisation Crusade with workers in South America, Central Asia and the Middle Biograpjy as well as Africa.

While in China he married Priscilla, in a ceremony performed by a Chinese pastor, and four daughters were born. She said, “Charlie, what did the Lord tell the rich young man to do? Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. And while, Studd was upfront with his wife about what to expect with their lives if she married him, it does not seem like the actions of a loving husband and shows wisdom in Paul’s desire for some to remain unmarried in their service to the Lord.


Studd and his wife. Finally opposition began to subside. Again in poor health, he returned to England in to resume his speaking ministry.

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I also was able to read the flaws in the man’s walk and how he could be challenging to live or work with. In Studd moved his headquarters here. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: That was the last time they met; she died the following year. The danger in missionary books though is the threat of being bitten to serve. While he translated, Jack Harrison typed and at the end of the day would have to gently massage Studd before he could sit up straight again.

They went to an inland City, Lungang-Fu and the only house they could get was one considered haunted. In after ten years of service, the Lord directed them to return home to England, his asthmatic condition being a key factor. Supported by his wife’s work at home, Studd built up an extensive missionary outreach based on his centre at Ibambi in Budu territory.

Study had been somewhat backslidden since his conversion, and it took the Moody-Sankey team meetings of at Cambridge University to straighten him out. He finished at Eton in and enrolled at Trinity College, Cambridge, the next year, A By he was considered one of the best cricket players in the world.

God’s ideal of a saint is not a man primarily concerned with his own sanctification: