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Hurrying to the chief's house, Ma found the natives blowing smoke into the dying lad's nostrils, shouting into his ears and rubbing ground pepper into his eyesISBN90-04-10713-4HomeschoolingBibleAfricaFaithHeroesForwardWant to help your children learn about missionaries? Click here for a review of Mary Slessor: Courage in Africa!His life becomes oursis passed from death unto life."Presently a woman who was a visitor from another village entered the chief's harem and said to his wives, "Through the forest at Ekenge there lives a white Ma who by her magic can cast out the demons who are killing your chiefMary Slessor successfully fought against the practice of killing twins at infancyEventually, her father died of pneumoniaYears passed by and the white Ma's name was known far and wideMany Christians have been challenged to follow and serve Christ by Mary Slessor, who began her missionary work under such unfavorable circumstances, but finished it after bringing multitudes to Christv t e Protestant missions to Africa People Roland Allen William Anderson Frederick Stanley Arnot John Arthur Samuel Bill Joseph Booth Daniel Coker Daniel Kumler Flickinger George Grenfell Carl Hugo Hahn Joseph Hardcastle Joseph Crane Hartzell Johannes Ittmann Franz Heinrich Kleinschmidt Johann Ludwig Krapf Margaret Nicholl Laird Christian Ignatius Latrobe David Livingstone Mary Livingstone (ne Moffat) Alexander Murdoch Mackay Joseph Merrick Robert Moffat Andrew Murray Helen Roseveare Hans Paludan Smith Schreuder John Philip Martti Rautanen Orishatukeh Faduma Alfred Saker Heinrich Schmelen William Henry Sheppard Mary Slessor John McKendree Springer Charles Studd William Taylor Gottlieb Viehe Missionary agencies American Board Africa Inland Mission Berlin Missionary Society Bethel Mission BMS World Mission Congo-Balolo Mission Christian and Missionary Alliance Church Mission Society Echoes of Service Finnish Missionary Society Heart of Africa Mission Livingstone Inland Mission London Missionary Society Mission Africa Mission to the World Paris Evangelical Missionary Society Rhenish Missionary Society USPG WEC International Wycliffe Global Alliance Pivotal events Slave Trade Act 1807 Slavery Abolition Act 1833 See also Christianity in Africa Timeline of Christian missions Slessor suffered failing health in her later years but remained in Calabar, where she died in 1915.From her very first contact with the natives her heart was deeply touched because of the cruel treatment they received from their chiefIn the mission compound she held services; she daily taught the children at school, and visited the homes of the natives to instruct and comfort themThe litigants emphatically got justice, sometimes, perhaps, like Shylock, 'more than they desired'; and it was essential justice, unhampered by legal technicalities."Instead, she sat with the people and talked to them in a conversational styleList of female adventurers Mary was accepted and assigned to Calabar as a teacherHer field was to be in the city of Calabar, where the United Presbyterian Church had done missionary work for many yearsMa nursed and fed the forsaken victims, tenderly pointed them to Jesus, and, without assistance, buried the many who diedChurch Work As a youth, Mary was active in her churchMary bounced right back into her ministry after recovering from her illnessBefore Mary Slessor was born, as early as 1846, the United Presbyterian Church had sent missionaries to Calabar, West Africa 48a4f088c3