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Lottie Moon : changing China for Christ (Trail Blazers) / Nancy Drummond.

By: Drummond, Nancy [author].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Trail blazers (Fearn, Scotland): Publisher: Fearn, Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland : CF4K, Christian Focus Publications, [2014]Copyright date: ©2014Description: 157 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781781915240 (paperback).Other title: Changing China for Christ : Lottie Moon [Other title].Subject(s): Moon, Lottie, 1840-1912 -- Juvenile literature | Southern Baptist Convention -- Missions -- China -- Juvenile literature | Missionaries -- China -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Women missionaries -- China -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Missionaries -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literatureOnline resources: View pdf of sample pages. | Wikipedia about Lottie Moon.
Contents:
A Training College Trickster -- Facing the Future -- Resistance is Futile -- A World at War -- Post-War Practicality -- The Makings of a Missionary -- To the Edge of the World and Beyond -- Evangelistic Excursion -- Mrs. Lan’s Missionfield -- Setbacks and Struggles -- The Challenge of Change -- For the Record -- A New Network -- The P’ingtu Project -- Sharing in Sha-ling -- Fear versus Faith -- Christianity in Crisis -- Running from the Rebellion -- The Relief of Return -- Battlefield Bravery -- A Lasting Legacy -- Bibliography -- Lottie Moon Timeline -- Thinking Further Topics -- Author’s Notes.
Summary: Lottie Moon was a dark eyed, raven haired mischief at school. She played pranks, cracked jokes and skipped church as often as possible. Her mother longed for Lottie to trust in Christ but Lottie didn't want anything to do with God - she felt she didn't need him. So how did this young girl have her life transformed so that she lived through the American civil war, taught at school and finally went to China as a missionary to share the good news of Jesus Christ with thousands of people on that great continent? This is her story, so read it and find out.--Back cover.
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Includes bibliography: page 147.

A Training College Trickster -- Facing the Future -- Resistance is Futile -- A World at War -- Post-War Practicality -- The Makings of a Missionary -- To the Edge of the World and Beyond -- Evangelistic Excursion -- Mrs. Lan’s Missionfield -- Setbacks and Struggles -- The Challenge of Change -- For the Record -- A New Network -- The P’ingtu Project -- Sharing in Sha-ling -- Fear versus Faith -- Christianity in Crisis -- Running from the Rebellion -- The Relief of Return -- Battlefield Bravery -- A Lasting Legacy -- Bibliography -- Lottie Moon Timeline -- Thinking Further Topics -- Author’s Notes.

Lottie Moon was a dark eyed, raven haired mischief at school. She played pranks, cracked jokes and skipped church as often as possible. Her mother longed for Lottie to trust in Christ but Lottie didn't want anything to do with God - she felt she didn't need him. So how did this young girl have her life transformed so that she lived through the American civil war, taught at school and finally went to China as a missionary to share the good news of Jesus Christ with thousands of people on that great continent? This is her story, so read it and find out.--Back cover.

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