Amy Carmichael: Missionary to India

Amy Carmichael was a missionary to India who rescued hundreds of children from temple slavery, providing them with a home, education and the gospel. She saved them from lives of domestic and sexual slavery, and founded the Dohnavur Fellowship.

 

Buy a copy of the Remarkable Lives book on Amy Carmichael here. Not only a biography, it’s also a reference tool that includes all her most famous quotes, writings and anecdotes. And at the end of each chapter there are learning summaries, sharing life lessons from her in spiritual leadership.

 

You can also book a free seminar on her life and legacy from the author for your church or organisation.

This book is unique… a great resource for both individual and small group learning.

Jani Rubery

Executive Coach

A story that informs, inspires and weaves threads of prayer and work, struggle and achievement, opposition and determination, pain and joy into a beautiful tapestry.

Revd Roy Searle

Leader, Northumbria Community

For an example of the book’s content, read these blog posts on Amy Carmichael:

Joanna Williamson is a gifted storyteller who is able to weave together the narrative of Amy Carmichael’s life with excerpts from her writings which draw the reader intimately into one of the most well-known missionaries ever to enter India. This story is filled with life, conviction, pathos and poignancy and is engagingly presented.

Dr Timothy C. Tenant

President, Asbury Theological Seminary

Free Amy Carmichael Seminar

The seminar is free, but travel expenses from SW London are requested.

Click here to request a free seminar on Amy Carmichael for your organisation

Remarkable Lives

Other biographies and seminars in the Remarkable Lives series are available on John Wesley, Hudson Taylor and William Wilberforce.

John Wesley

Revivalist. Founder of Methodist Church. Planted over 500 churches across Britain and Ireland.

Hudson Taylor

Missionary to China. Founder of China Inland Mission, now called OMF.

William Wilberforce

Politician. Led the parliamentary campaign to abolish the slave trade.