First published 1915.
|Statement||by W.P. Livingstone.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 352p. ;|
|Number of Pages||352|
Jun 01, · The Benge's book about Mary Slessor is enticing and horrifying all at the same time. Mary has always wanted to be a missionary and after her two older brothers die, she is the one that must put the Slessor name into the missionary records/5. This book blew my mind. I had never heard of Mary Slessor, nor read any accounts of 19th century missionary work. I finished the free digital version on my Kindle with a deep sigh - how rapidly human memory fades, history and experience lost, natural consequences obscured by the progressive, godly hopes of the individual/5(12). When the founding of the Calabar Mission on the West Coast of Africa was creating a stir throughout Scotland there came into a lowly home in Aberdeen a life that was to be known far and wide in connection with the enterprise. On December 2 Mary Mitchell Slessor was born in Gilcomston a suburb of the city. Mary Slessor biographies, Scottish missionary to Nigeria, Africa. Mary Slessor () was a Scottish missionary who served the Lord Jesus Christ in .
Book Review Mary Slessor: Queen of Calabar. Have you received Christ as your Lord and Saviour?. Find out how to do so on our page: Plan of Salvation _____. Tell others about Jesus, and live your faith like Mary Slessor did. Mary Slessor Academy Supports Calabar Preparatory Nursery School Sports. Whenever it is time for sports and games at 74 Eta Agbor Road, Calabar every thing must wait until it is over. This was the case when our great Calabar Preparatory International Nursery School, Calabar had . Mary Slessor; the white queen of Calabar, by Evans, Alec Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at larep-immo.com Mary Slessor was a hard working Scottish mill girl and an unorthodox Sunday School teacher, who, inspired by David Livingstone, became a missionary in Calabar, Nigeria, an .
Before Mary Slessor was born, as early as , the United Presbyterian Church had sent missionaries to Calabar, West Africa. Thirty years later, Mary Slessor, one of the most heroic women in the history of missions, came to Calabar. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Mary died in Africa in and was buried in Calabar, near the mission where she first served. Fun Facts About Mary Slessor. Mary had blue eyes and red hair, which she wore very short. Mary was known as “Ma” and “the White Queen of Okoyong.”. Mary Slessor: Forward into Calabar Video Book Review. When I saw there would be a month of book reviews for the Heroes Then & Now series, I immediately knew just the person to call for the job: my daughter, Sophia! Sophia has been completely enthralled by the inspiring story of Mary Slessor’s courage and faith, so who better to give a book.