Lady Huntingdon and Her Friends


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Books on Church history generally focus on the exploits of the great preachers, but little is written of the impact that women made during times of revival. This account of the life of Selina, Countess of Huntingdon recounts the significant role she played during the Great Awakening and in the tremendous expansion of Gospel work that followed. Lady Huntingdon could have had a glittering career at the heart of the eighteenth century English nobility but, saved by grace, she lived modestly and poured her resources into the promotion of evangelical Christianity. Churches were built, together with a college for training ministers, all under the patronage of the countess. As we follow Lady Huntingdon, we find ourselves also in the company of Isaac Watts, John Wesley, George Whitefield, Philip Doddridge, William Romaine, John Berridge and Henry Venn. Their ministries were all enriched by her counsel and generous support.


Publisher - Counted Faithful

Language - English

Author(s) - Helen Knight


Published Date - September 13 2017

ISBN - 9781788720212

Dimesions - 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.1 cm

Page Count - 204

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