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Women leaders in the Student Christian Movement, 1880-1920 / Thomas A. Russell.

By: Russell, Thomas Arthur, 1954- [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: American Society of Missiology series: no. 55.Publisher: Maryknoll, New York : Orbis Books, [2017]Description: xiv, 274 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781626982567; 1626982562.Subject(s): Student Christian Movement (Great Britain) -- History | Student movements | Missions -- Societies, etc | Women in church work | Women in missionary work | Church work with college students | College students -- Religious lifeAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Women leaders in the Student Christian Movement, 1880-1920.DDC classification: 267/.13
Contents:
Obeying God’s Call -- The "Whys" of SCM Women Leaders -- Committee Members and Officers -- General and Assistant General Secretaries -- Introducing the Traveling Secretary -- The Ministry of the Traveling Secretary -- Basic and Long-Term Pioneers -- Pioneers of Targeted Student Groups -- "Warp and Woof" Pioneers -- Conference Speakers -- Ecumenical Pioneers -- Intellectual Pioneers -- Social Gospel Pioneers -- Pioneers of the Women’s Movement -- The Benefits of the Women’s Movement -- Conclusion: Final Thoughts.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Obeying God’s Call -- The "Whys" of SCM Women Leaders -- Committee Members and Officers -- General and Assistant General Secretaries -- Introducing the Traveling Secretary -- The Ministry of the Traveling Secretary -- Basic and Long-Term Pioneers -- Pioneers of Targeted Student Groups -- "Warp and Woof" Pioneers -- Conference Speakers -- Ecumenical Pioneers -- Intellectual Pioneers -- Social Gospel Pioneers -- Pioneers of the Women’s Movement -- The Benefits of the Women’s Movement -- Conclusion: Final Thoughts.

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