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Pandita Ramabai: Mother of India – Part Two of Two

Read Part One In 1898, Minnie Abrams, a Methodist Episcopal missionary, joined Pandita Ramabai’s expanded work in Khedgaon, Mukti Mission. Together, these women labored to offer daily religious teaching. A revival was arranged with Rev. W.W. Bruere. After three days of preaching, 67 were converted to Christianity; and at a subsequent baptismal service, 108 women and […]

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Pandita Ramabai: Mother of India – Part One of Two

In 1905, Pentecostal revival spontaneously exploded at the Mukti Mission in India. Pandita Ramabai, an Indian widow, began the mission as a refuge for widows and a school for girls.  The remarkable life and ministry of Pandita Ramabai is a testament to God’s sovereignty, and the outpouring in India can be attributed to this woman’s […]

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