Amy Carmichael By: ben royse

Amy Carmichael was born on December 16, 1867.
Amy was the oldest of 7 children, After her father's death, she was adopted by close family friend Robert Wilson.
When she was young, Robert Wilson tutored her.
The Keswick Movement sent her to Japan where she first started her missionary work.
She then went to India, and spent the rest of her life and did the rest of the missionary work there.
She was never married, since she focused all of her time on her missionary work and the children she was with.
She died on January 18th, 1951.
The legacy she left behind had a big impact on the Indian children. She acted as a mother for them and was their mentor. There were also many movies made about her.

Quotes from Amy Carmichael

White, Lisa Beth. "Carmichael, Amy Beatrice (1867-1951)." Carmichael, Amy Beatrice (1867-1951) | History of Missiology. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2017
"Amy Wilson Carmichael." Biography of Amy Wilson Carmichael. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2017.
Sharpe, Eric J. "Legacy of Amy Carmichael." Scribd. Scribd, n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2017

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