C. T. Studd: Cricketer & Pioneer [Norman P. Grubb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The definitive biography on the life of C.T. Studd, the. C.T. Studd missionary to China, India, and Africa biography. Studd was the youngest of three sons born to Edward Studd, a wealthy retired jute and indigo Erskine, John T. Millionaire for God: The Story of C.T. Studd.

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Soon they were in the very heart of Africa, after nine months of arduous traveling, living in tents. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

God’s ideal of a saint is not a man primarily concerned with his own sanctification: He was very fond of sports of all kinds. Final Grade – B. Studd had asthma, recurring malaria, dysentery, chills, pains of gallstones ever with him in varying combinations, yet he continued 8 to 18 hours per day to address, often for hours, thousands of black creatures, telling them of Jesus Christ.

He decided the rest of his life would be spent with this challenge.

Share your thoughts with other customers. This would be Studd’s last day home in England. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: The day after Studd left in his wife got off the invalid’s bed never to return. The Autobiography Of George Muller. In early prayer meetings seemed to be the only encouraging thing going for Studd as he was having a terrible irritation of arms and legs with many bad ulcers on his feet and ankles.


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.

Studd was the youngest of three sons born to Stjdd Studd, a wealthy retired jute and indigo planter in Wiltshire, England. After reading this book it’s clear to me that Studd was a person of great passion and a disciple of Christ.

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Many might soon be forgotten unless their challenging stories are brought to the attention of the Christian world afresh. His village was the center of a great population.

In April some 50 now wanted to go and preach plus they just baptized 81 more converts. Add both to Cart Add both to List.

On Sunday, July 12,Studd seemed fit, conducting a five-hour meeting at Ibambi.

C. T. Studd Gave Huge Inheritance Away

As a result of biograph brother’s illness and the effect it had upon him, he decided to pursue his faith through missionary work in China and was one of the ” Cambridge Seven ” who offered themselves to Hudson Taylor for missionary service at the China Inland Missionleaving for there in February Buxton met a new party of five to open the work at Napa, plus reducing the language to writing.

A combination of both inordinate materialism along certain financial realities of our modern world has prevented biohraphy young people from taking on the challenge of fill commitment biohraphy the ministry of the gospel.

The children knowing only Chinese now had to learn English culture and tongue. He spoke as much as six times a day, seldom under an hour, had endless interviews with students. He was buried in a simple grave.


While he was an extraordinary athlete, he was still an ordinary person, but his life was used by God to have an extraordinary impact. Soon ibography others from Cambridge University joined him in this goal and the “Cambridge Seven” became well known. However, beginning in new workers began to be sent and by the missionary population had grown from six to 40 including daughter Pauline and her husband.

Studd and his wife. The Life Story of C. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

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Nearly 2, blacks, including four chiefs, were at the funeral the next day. Ibambi became the name given the place.

These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have sudd life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God. There are some amazing stories in this book and I’ve used some in my teaching.

Priscilla made a short visit to the Congo in Hebrews 10 calls on us to spur one another on to love and good deeds. He did murmur “heart bad” and when asked if he was going to leave said, “very likely.

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