Eliza Davis George

By September 29, 2020September 18th, 2021Podcast, Uncategorized

Eliza Davis George (1879-1979): Eliza Davis George may be one of the most remarkable women you haven’t heard of! As the daughter of former slaves, Eliza persevered through innumerable challenges to attend college, become a teacher, and pursue her calling as one of the first-ever female African American missionaries in history. Join us today for Eliza’s inspirational story of resilience and perseverance as she ministered to the tribal peoples and children of Liberia, leaving a legacy that continues to this day!

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Calvary Chapel

Beginning in 1965 in Southern California, this fellowship of churches grew out of Chuck Smith's Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa.

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