William Carey

William Carey Author : Janet Benge
Release : 2001
Publisher : YWAM Publishing
ISBN : 9781576581902
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These guides turn great adventure reading into an even greater learning experience. With international breadth and spiritual depth, they provide the Christian school teacher and homeschooling parent with countless ways to teach and reinforce diverse curriculum areas as they relate to the life of a Christian missionary. Each unit study is designed for a wide variety of learning styles, grade levels, and abilities and for both individual and group study."

William Carey College

William Carey College Author : Donna Duck Wheeler
Release : 2006
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
ISBN : 9780738542621
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William Carey College is ideally located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to serve all of South Mississippi, from Jackson to the Gulf Coast and from the coastal borders of Alabama to Louisiana. Originally named South Mississippi College, the school was established in 1906 as Hattiesburgs first institution of higher learning. After an immense fire destroyed the college in February 1910, local businessman W. S. F. Tatum acquired the property and offered the site to Mississippi Baptists for the establishment of a college for women. Mississippi Womans College opened its doors in 1911 and continued operation until the trustees voted in favor of coeducational status for the college in 1954. Pres. Irving E. Rouse chose the name William Carey College in honor of an Englishman who became known as the father of modern missions. Today William Carey College has an enrollment of over 3,000 with branch campuses in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Gulfport, Mississippi. Although many of the archives of the college have been destroyed, it is hoped this book will present the interesting story of William Carey College and its predecessors, faculty, alumni, and students. William Carey College is ideally located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to serve all of South Mississippi, from Jackson to the Gulf Coast and from the coastal borders of Alabama to Louisiana. Originally named South Mississippi College, the school was established in 1906 as Hattiesburgs first institution of higher learning. After an immense fire destroyed the college in February 1910, local businessman W. S. F. Tatum acquired the property and offered the site to Mississippi Baptists for the establishment of a college for women. Mississippi Womans College opened its doors in 1911 and continued operation until the trustees voted in favor of coeducational status for the college in 1954. Pres. Irving E. Rouse chose the name William Carey College in honor of an Englishman who became known as the father of modern missions. Today William Carey College has an enrollment of over 3,000 with branch campuses in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Gulfport, Mississippi. Although many of the archives of the college have been destroyed, it is hoped this book will present the interesting story of William Carey College and its predecessors, faculty, alumni, and students.

Memoir of William Carey

Memoir of William Carey Author : Eustace Carey
Release : 1836
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The Journal and Selected Letters of William Carey

The Journal and Selected Letters of William Carey Author : William Carey
Release : 2000
Publisher : Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc.
ISBN : 9781573121972
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William Carey, an English Baptist pastor, has been called the "Father of the Modern Mission Movement". For the first time, his letters and journals are compiled and made available as a tutor for missionaries today. This book contains the edited version of Carey's complete journal written from 1793-1795, his first years in India, along with excerpts from letters addressing mission strategy, support, struggles, daily life, spirituality, and other important issues missionaries faced. The Journal and Selected Letters of William Carey reveals William Carey's unique understanding of the mission task. It allows insight into the character and personality of one of the most famous Christian missionary heroes.

William Carey University

William Carey University Author : Joshua Wilson
Release : 2017-09-18
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
ISBN : 1439662649
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In 2006, William Carey College celebrated 100 years of serving students in south Mississippi. To accompany the centennial, alumni director Donna Duck Wheeler wrote William Carey College: The First 100 Years. In the 11 years following 2006, the school's enrollment increased to nearly 1,500 students and more programs, such as the College of Osteopathic Medicine, have been established. The span between the first volume and this updated one also includes the name change to William Carey University and the discovery of an additional predecessor institution, Pearl River Boarding School, founded in 1892. This expanded volume, published in commemoration of the institution's corrected 125th birthday, tells the next chapter of Carey's history--a history filled with faculty, staff, students, and alumni living out the words of the university's namesake, William Carey, and "expecting and attempting great things for God."

The Life of William Carey, D.D

The Life of William Carey, D.D Author : George Smith
Release : 2011-06-30
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
ISBN : 1108029183
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A fascinating account of the life of William Carey, one of the nineteenth century's pioneers of Protestant mission in India.

The Legacy of William Carey

The Legacy of William Carey Author : Vishal Mangalwadi
Release : 1999-05
Publisher : Crossway
ISBN : 9781581341126
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William Carey did more for the regeneration of South Asia in the 19th and 20th centuries than any other individual before or since. The Legacy of William Carey will help readers not only understand the impact he made, but is a charge to all Christians to respond in kind within their own cultures. In following Carey's example of taking the gospel into all of society, not only will hearts be changed and entire cultures transformed for Christ, but lives will be bettered.

William Carey

William Carey Author : Janet Benge
Release : 1998-01-01
Publisher : Y W A M Pub
ISBN : 9781576581476
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William Carey takes an amazing journey as a missionary to India.

Dorothy Carey

Dorothy Carey Author : James R. Beck
Release : 2000-04-11
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN : 1579103413
File Size : 31.47 MB
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James Beck tells the profound story of the life of Dorothy Carey, whose difficult journey as a missionary paved the way for women in the field of missions. Using his background in psychology, Beck gives a unique perspective to understanding the sacrifices made by Dorothy in the cause of world evangelism and how she was unjustly treated by history.

William Carey

William Carey Author : James Culross
Release : 1881
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William Carey

William Carey Author : Renee Taft Meloche
Release : 2002
Publisher : Y W A M Pub
ISBN : 9781576582367
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Illustrated, rhyming text describes the life of William Carey, the eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century Christian missionary known as the "father of modern missions," covering his work in India.

William Carey

William Carey Author : Thomas Schirrmacher
Release : 2018-05-10
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN : 1532655266
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This volume reprints essays by seven authors from three continents, including two authors from India, who tell the story of British missionary to India William Carey (1761- 1834), whose famous ‘Enquiry’, An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens (1792), changed history and made him not only the ‘Father of Protestant missions’, but also a forerunner of William Wilberforce, fighting against social injustice and preserving historic Indian languages for the people through research and printing. Even though Carey’s story has been told often, this volume concentrates on areas otherwise neglected: Carey’s theology and vision, Carey’s role as a social reformer, and Carey’s role as a leading linguist of Indian languages.

The Life of William Carey

The Life of William Carey Author : George Smith
Release : 2008-05
Publisher : Standard Publications Incorporated
ISBN : 9781605976105
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...On the death of William Carey In 1834 Dr. Joshua Marshman promised to write the Life of his great colleague, with whom he had held almost daily converse since the beginning of the century, but he survived too short a time to begin the work. In 1836 the Rev. Eustace Carey anticipated him by issuing what is little better than a selection of mutilated letters and journals made at the request of the Committee of the Baptist Missionary Society. It contains one passage of value, however. Dr. Carey once said to his nephew, whose design he seems to have suspected, "Eustace, if after my removal any one should think it worth his while to write my Life, I will give you a criterion by which you may judge of its correctness. If he give me credit for being a plodder he will describe me justly. Anything beyond this will be too much. I can plod. I can persevere in any definite pursuit. To this I owe everything...