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Ann Judson, heroine of Burma

Basil Miller

Ann Judson, heroine of Burma

by Basil Miller

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Published by Zondervan in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judson, Ann Hasseltine, 1789-1826.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Basil Miller.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV3271.J81 M5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination131 p.
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6519785M
    LC Control Number47024760
    OCLC/WorldCa4320596

    Ann Hasseltine Judson: the Good are the Great. The Missionary Heroine: Ann Hasseltine Judson. Anne Hasseltine Judson: A Missionary Heroine. Short biography for young people. Portrait of Ann Judson. Recommended Books: Ann Judson: A Missionary Life for Burma by Sharon James. New ed. Welwyn Garden City, UK: EP Books, , ©   Ann Judson. Ann and Adoniram spent and most of wandering – emotionally, literally, and theologically. Seeking to evade deportation from India and searching for an alternative mission field, in late they obtained passage to Burma and settled in Rangoon. Ann's goal for her own ministry in Burma was to open a school for children.

    Ann H. Judson; Missionary Heroine of Burma [Memoirs of Mighty Men and Women Series] Pitman, E. R. Published by Published by Pickering & Inglis Ltd., 29 Ludgate Hill, London First Reprinted Edition. Abstract: In , Ann Hasseltine Judson was one of the first two American women to go abroad as missionary wives. Despite general opposition to foreign missions as well as to women‘s involvement in the missionary movement, Judson believed it was her duty to God to sacrifice her home, friends, and family forever in order to evangelize "heathens.".

    Pitman, E. R. , Ann H. Judson: missionary heroine of Burma / E.R. Pitman Pickering & Inglis London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for . Ann H. Judson.: a memorial by Walter N Wyeth (Book) Golden boats from Burma: [The life of Ann Hasseltine Judson, the first American woman in Burma] by Dawn Langley Simmons (Book).


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Ann Judson was a true pioneer and sacrificed so much for the people of Burma. She did so with love and grace beyond mortal comprehension. Although I knew she had been dead for more than a century, I still cried at her passing. My Heart in His Hands made me want to book passage on the next steamer headed for Berma to help in their work there/5(19).

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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. My Heart in His Hands is a biography on Ann Judson, wife of Adoniram Judson one of the first four missionaries sent out by America.

Ann and Adoniram left America in to evangelize to the heathen in Burma, a cruel, arrogant people/5(28). 12 books based on 1 votes: Ann H. Judson of Burma by Emma Raymond Pitman, Memoir of Ann H.

Judson by Ann Hasseltine Judson, Ann H. Judson by Walter Newto. Ann died at Amherst, Lower Burma, of smallpox in Hopia tree near the grave of Ann Hasseltine Judson circa She wrote a catechism in Burmese, and translated the books of Daniel and Jonah into Burmese.

She was the first Protestant to translate any of the scriptures into Thai when in she translated the Gospel of Matthew. More than a missionary’s wife, Ann herself felt the call to the mission field, especially international, before marrying Mr.

Judson. She gave her life to God for service wherever He might call her. Ann Hasseltine was born in Bradford, Massachusetts in As a young girl she spent much of her time reading religious books and praying.

Buy Ann Judson, heroine of Burma, by Miller, Basil William (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Basil William Miller. All for Burma: Adoniram and the three Mrs. Judsons.

Adoniram Judson couldn’t sleep. In fact, the noises coming from the room next door were so disturbing that he feared for the life of the person there.

When morning broke, year-old Judson learned from the innkeeper that a man had indeed died of an illness in the neighboring room overnight.

by Sharon James. Evangelical Press: Durham, England,pgs. The book is an account of the life of Ann Judson, wife of Adoniram Judson. Born Ann Hasseltine in in the New England town of Bradford, Ann was converted from nominal Christianity into a vital spirituality and a true faith in during the Second Great Awakening, and formally joined the Congregationalist church.

The Heroine of Burma. by Thomas Ray. Ann Judson was more than a missionary’s wife; she is one of the noblest and heroic women who has ever bore the Christian name. Every Baptist should be aware of the life and the ministry of the heroine of Burma.

Ann Hasseltine was born in Bedford, Massachusetts, on Decem During that time, he married and buried two more wives, Sarah and Emily, each of whom had been inspired to pursue missions by reading the writings of her heroine: Mrs. Ann Hasseltine Judson. The Trail She Blazed Well, we've been introduced to our dear sister in the faith, but we've barely scratched the surface of her grace-drenched story.

Ann Judson. Missionary to the Far East. Ann Hasseltine Judson and her husband Adoniram Judson, were the first Americans to establish a mission in the Far East. More than a missionary's wife, Ann herself felt the call to the mission field, especially international, before marrying Mr.

Judson. Memoir of Mrs. Ann H. Judson: wife of the Rev. Adoniram Judson, missionary to Burmah, including a h Hasseltine, Judson, Ann Published by BiblioBazaar (). Title: Ann Judson: A Missionary Life for Burma By: Sharon James Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Evangelical Press Publication Date: Dimensions: X (inches) Weight: 12 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WW   Ann Judson: 1st American Woman Missionary Many of her friends and neighbors thought Ann was wild and romantic when she went off to India in It was unthinkable then that a young woman would travel to some little known spot on the.

Previously published as My Heart in His Hands, this book is fully revised and updated and is the best modern biography of Ann Judson available. If you only read one biography this year, read Ann Judson: a missionary life for Burma. If you're going through trials or suffering you need to read this book .Lives Of The Three Mrs.

Judsons: Mrs. Ann H. Judson, Mrs, Sarah B. Judson, Mrs. Emily C. Judson--Missionaries to Burmah Stuart, Arabella W. Published by Lee & Shepard, Boston ().Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.

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