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A.L.O.E. (Charlotte Maria Tucker)
CHARLOTTE MARIA TUCKER (1821–1883). She was a teacher and many of her books were written to educate.
Amy Le Feuvre
AMELIA SOPHIA LE FEUVRE (1861-1929). She wrote many books and stories that are filled with Biblical principles. Visit the Amy Le...
CHARLES HADDON SPURGEON (1834–1892). He was a well-known preacher and is regarded as the "Prince of Preachers." Visit the Charles Spurgeon...
ELIZABETH PAYSON PRENTISS (1818–1878). She published "Stepping Heavenward" in 1869 and it became very popular. Visit The Elizabeth Prentiss Author Page.
Frances Ridley Havergal
FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL (1836–1879). She wrote many devotional books and hundreds of hymns and poems. Visit The Frances Ridley Havergal...
GEORGE WHITEFIELD (1714–1779). Gifted with a prodigious voice and untiring energy he preached to huge crowds with great consequence. Visit...
HANNAH MORE (1745-1833). She wrote "The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain" and many other colorful tales.. Visit the Hannah More Author...
SARAH SMITH (1832-1911). She wrote "Jessica's First Prayer" in 1867, which became one of her most beloved stories. Visit the...
ISAAC WATTS (1674-1748) was an industrious hymn writer who wrote over 600 hymns, among many other works. Visit the Isaac...
JOHN BUNYAN (1628-1688). He is a favorite among the Puritans and wrote the famous "The Pilgrim's Progress." Visit the John Bunyan...
JOHN NEWTON (1725–1807). He is most known for writing the hymn "Amazing Grace." Visit the John Newton Author Page.
JONATHAN EDWARDS (1703–1758) He is a pillar of Christian theology. Visit Jonathan Edwards' author page.
LEGH RICHMOND (1772–1827). On the Isle of Wight he met The Dairyman’s Daughter, Little Jane, and The African Servant. Visit...
MATTHEW HENRY (1662-1714) He is known for his popular commentary of the Bible. Visit the Matthew Henry Author Page.
ISABELLA MACDONALD ALDEN (1841–1930). She was dedicated to communication of the Gospel through writing. Visit The Pansy Author Page.
William Cowper Esq.
WILLIAM COWPER (1731–1800). His sensitive soul was an advantage for his poetry, but he also endured much distress. Visit the William...