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from women missionaries to woman’s mission and ministry – Helen Hanson and Edith Picton-Turbervill

The connection between missionary work and first wave Christian feminism was strong.  By the turn of the 20th century, the female missionary movement was one of the leading religious movements of the day, and larger than any other mass women’s … Continue reading

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shaking the Establishment from within – Lady Frances Balfour

Successful social and political movements are typically broad-based, engaging people at all levels of society.  Sometimes, as in the British women’s suffrage struggle,  more militant figures get undue attention.  Yet without patient and persistent work of all kinds there is … Continue reading

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