• “The night I sailed for China, March 3, 1893, my life, on the human side, was broken, and it never was mended again. But He has been enough.” – Amy Carmichael

Moravians 16th-18th ct.

Moravian women’s memoirs: their related lives, 1750-1820  –  By Katherine M. Faull

  – Memoirs of Moravian Women who settles in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania



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  • Adrienne says:

    Having been raised in Bethlehem I have a special appreciation for the Moravians. Their story is one of incredible faith and courage. The book mentioned, "Moravian Women's Memoirs" is excellent. It is one I read and re-read using portions as my devotions. And a Moravian Lovefeast is one of the most beautiful worship celebrations that you can attend. If a church near you ever holds one you would be blessed by attending I know. Thanks for including these wonderful women on this site.

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