Jesus lived and breathed compassion. He was and is compassion itself. A Call to Compassion is your personal invitation to discover the joy of committing your life to a cause higher than your own personal desires and learn to be a reflection of God's steadfast love. Be inspired by the stories of these eleven great women: Catherine Booth, cofounder of the Salvation ArmyNancy Ward, hero and "last beloved lady" of the Cherokee NationFlorence Nightingale, reformer and pioneer of health care and a well-trained nursing professionGladys Aylward, missionary to the sick, orphans, and poor in ChinaMother Teresa, devoted servant to the poor in Calcutta, India, and the worldAmy Carmichael, missionary in India, serving girls offered as temple prostitutes by their parentsCatherine Drexel, nun who gave away millions of dollars to help Native Americans and African AmericansPhoebe Palmer, mother of the Holiness MovementHannah More, well-known writer who worked for the abolition of slaveryElizabeth Fry, prison reformer in England and EuropeHeidi Baker, passionate missionary "compelled by love" to the poor in Mozambique, Africa, and the world God wants to express His heart through you in new and creative ways. Be a pioneer of compassion in your world today!
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|Size: ||2.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Broad Street Publishing Group LLC|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781424551866 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|