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Digitising Amy Carmichael's "Rose from Brier"
Amy Beatrice Carmichael [16 December 1867 – 18 January 1951] initially served in India as part of the Church of England Zenana Mission before founding her own ministry, the Dohnavur Fellowship. She worked with girls and young women, many of whom has been rescued from temple prostitution. Amy Carmichael is one of many missionaries who were deeply influenced by the Keswick Convention. There she heard Hudson Taylor, founder of the China Inland Mission, invite those present to consider missionary service, and was moved to respond.
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