David Livingstone was born on 19 march, 1813, in Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, and died on May 1, 1873 in Northern Rhodesia.
Neil Livingstone and Agnes Livingstone were his parents. He had fourteen siblings.
Worked 12 hour days with his closest brother by age as a piercer and teetotaler. He did not spend much time at home besides sleeping, and he and his siblings worked so they did not spend much time together.
David Livingstone was raised in a Christian home that went to church twice a week. They intensely practiced the customary religious beliefs.
David went to school at Charing Cross Hospital, and he went to college at the University of Strathclyde.
He was raised as a Christian and grew up going to church and being taught that the best way to spread the gospel was by the missionary services, and so he went in to missions when able.
David Livingstone was a Scottish Congregationalist pioneer medical missionary with the London Missionary Society and an explorer in Africa, one of the most popular national heroes of late 19th-century in Victorian Britain.
David Livingstone, although he set no records, he set a path and an example for others to go out and serve not only in Africa, but any community and any way possible, and to make everything a service to the Lord.
David Livingstone's favorite verse was believed to be John 3:16, because if God can give His one and only son's life, then David can give his. David also had a famous quote "If you have men who will only come if they know where is a good road, I don't want them. I want men who will come if there is no road at all."
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