Episode 198: The Amy Carmichael Episode

This week Jaquelle and Sean talk about the life of Amy Carmichael, a missionary who devoted her life to sharing the gospel and rescuing children from slavery and prostitution in India. They also talk about Sean dry brining steak, Jaquelle’s return to the coffee life, and where hasselback potatoes got their name.

Episode Highlights

06:32: Transitioning to this week’s topic
09:22: Amy Carmichael’s early years
12:40: Amy’s call to missions
19:28: Amy’s missionary work in Japan and India
31:52: The end of Amy’s life and ministry

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  1. Dear Sean and Jaquelle,
    I think it’s so cool that you decided to do an episode on Amy Carmichael! Thank you for creating this! I thought it was so cool that Jim Elliot thought of Amy as his missionary role-model. I did not know that! Elizabeth Elliot (Jim’s wife of course!) actually went on to write a book about Amy Carmichael called a Chance to Die, and I have not read it yet, but now I am going to. 🙂 Thanks again for your amazing podcast! You guys have Biblical truths that apply to all teens. Thanks again! 🙂

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