Luther rice by Edward B. Pollard After his conversion in 1802, Luther Rice (1783-1836) evidenced a burden for the lost of the world for the remainder of his life. When his health failed in an attempt to be a missionary in India, he came back to America to stir others for the cause of missions. He never returned to India, but that did not keep him from being an instrument in God’s hand to promote the cause of world evangelization. He helped organize the General Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States for Foreign Missions. He founded Columbia College in Washington DC. Above all, Luther Rice was a godly man who sensed the reality of his own sin and the grace of God manifested to sinners. He was a man of conviction and prayer, full of power and devotion.
Luther rice by Edward B.Pollard
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