Lottie Moon (1840-1912) a brief teaching career in Cartersville, Charlotte Lottie Digges Moon spent nearly forty years (1873-1912) in China as a Baptist missionary. In an extraordinary life punctuated with selfless acts of devotion and faith in God, the teacher and evangelist paved the way for Baptists' traditionally solid support for missions The Lottie Moon House, Cartersville, GA. 275 likes · 2 talking about this · 573 were here. Built in 1856 as the First Baptist Church of Cartersville, the building was destroyed during the civil war..
. Moon also joined the First Baptist Church and ministered to the impoverished families of Bartow County, Georgia. To the family's surprise, Lottie's younger sister Edmonia accepted a call to go to North China as a missionary in 1872 Plaque chronicling the impact of Lottie Moon hung on the Fence of Fame in downtown Cartersville. It is very fitting that the Southern Baptist Convention's annual offering to support international missionaries is named for Lottie Moon. My husband and I were supported by this very offering during our four years in Ecuador Cartersville, Georgia and Lottie Moon Growing up as a Southern Baptist and continuing in that denomination for almost 70 years now, I thought I knew a lot about Lottie Moon. But, last week I learned she has a strong tie to Cartersville, Georgia and that the townspeople are very proud of their connection to her
A lasting friendship developed at the female academy in Danville between Lottie Moon and Miss Anna Safford, which lasted a lifetime. Lottie Moon. In 1871, Moon came to Cartersville, Georgia at the invitation of her cousin, Pleasant Moon, along with her friend, Anna Safford, to own and operate the Cartersville Female Seminary. The school. Lottie Moon, Send the Light: Lottie Moon's Letters and Other Writings, ed. Keith Harper (Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2002) Daniel L. Akin, The Power of a Consecrated Life: The Ministry of Lottie Moon in Five Who Changed the World (Wake Forest, NC: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 57-‐80 I assume it is from Lottie's time in Cartersville, GA where she was called to foreign missions. It's better than the schoolgirl photo. This headshot was lifted from a 1905 photo of lottie with two other missionaries in China Certainly, Lottie Moon's efforts in the 18th and 19th centuries have played a significant role in the growth of Christianity in China. Her work continues to be remembered in Cartersville, GA. Most significantly, the annual international missions offering that Lottie began continues in her name today as the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
Cartersville High School. 320 East Church Street , Cartersville, GA 30120. Phone: 770-382-3200 | Fax: 770-382-070 Lottie set out on a path to teach girls during the early years of reconstruction in the South. Her teaching career led her first to Danville, Ky., and then to Cartersville, Ga., where she started an academy for girls July 15th - Overflow (3) July 17th - Women's Day Out - Toccoa River . August 12th - Overflow (4) September 11th - Prayer Event. October 9th - Women on the Go 5K Walk/Run for Lottie Moon Offerin Trevor Lawrence, quarterback at Cartersville High School (2014-2018), Clemson University (2018-2021) and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Robert Lavette, professional football player; Lottie Moon, Baptist missionary to China; Chloë Grace Moretz, actress and model; Donavan Tate, third overall pick in the 2009 Major League Baseball draft by the San.
770.387.1357 PO Box 200397, Cartersville GA 30120 and Located at Clarence Brown Conference Center 5450 GA Hwy 20, Cartersville GA 3012 subject: lottie moon text: lottie moon dec. 12, 1840 - dec. 24, 1912 charlotte digg[e]s (lottie) moon, southern baptist missionary to china, made public her calling to mission service in feb. 1873 while a members of cartersville baptist church located on this site. lottie moon, school teacher and principal of cartersville femal He developed the Summer Hill area, lots in downtown Cartersville on Public Square, and owned a large amount of property in Bartow and Floyd counties. JJ served as a Trustee of Cherokee Baptist College and Mrs. Brame's Female School (where Lottie Moon taught) Cartersville saw only one minor skirmish during the Civil War (1861-65), on May 20, 1864, when Confederate troops under the command of General Joseph E. Johnston occupied the depot, holding Union forces at bay while fellow Confederates escaped south across the Etowah River. The depot fell to Union fire by nightfall, and occupation followed. After the destruction of the original county seat of.
The missional influence and heritage of those original Moravian missionaries has produced a great missions heartbeat throughout the centuries. A great example of this is Lottie Moon. Lottie was in Cartersville when God called her to missions in China. Many others have heard and answered the call to GO in every generation Lottie Moon was born in 1840, third in a family of five girls and two boys, on the family's fifteen-hundred-acre tobacco plantation known as Viewmont. Her father, Edward Moon, was the largest slaveholder (fifty-two slaves) in Albemarle County; he was also a merchant and a lay leader in the Baptist church These two areas were significant as Moon began her ministry in China. A total of 238 MBC churches received the Cartersville Award, giving between $25 and $50 per person. Cartersville Baptist Church in Cartersville, Ga., is where Lottie Moon accepted God's call to missions Lottie Moon. How many million more souls are to pass into eternity without having heard the name of Jesus? -Lottie Moon. Born in Virginia on December 12, 1840, Charlotte Digges Moon grew into a cultured and educated woman. During a sermon in 1873 at her church in Cartersville, Georgia, she heard her call to China to share the gospel Memorial to Lottie Moon in Cartersville, Georgia. Image Credits: 1 Lottie Moon (Wikipedia.org) 2 Hollins University (Wikipedia.org) 3 Penglai City, China (Wikipedia.org) 4 Shandong market (Wikipedia.org) 5 Monument to Lottie Moon (Wikipedia.org) Share this! Related Posts Search for
Nov 21, 2019 - Explore Benge Books's board Lottie Moon on Pinterest. See more ideas about lottie, moon, southern baptist In 1873, this girl Lottie Moon and her friend, Miss Safford, were two teachers in a girl's school in Cartersville, Georgia. On that particular Sunday the pastor of the Baptist church in Cartersville preached a moving and dynamic sermon on missions, at the conclusion of which he made an appeal for volunteers Lottie Moon always asked for money to help the people of China, so after she died the church founded the Lottie Moon Christmas offering. There was a famine in China and Lottie gave all her food to the people of China
Cartersville First Baptist Church is well-known for being the location that famous female missionary Lottie Moon had her inspiration to go into missionary work in China. Throughout the years, the church has been a part of both the Georgia Baptist Convention and the Bartow Baptist Association Early Life and Conversion. Charlotte Lottie Diggs Moon was born on December 12, 1840, in Albemarle County, Virginia. Her family owned large tracts of farming land and was quite wealthy in the pre-Civil War South. She was the fourth of seven siblings that survived into adulthood. The wealth of the Moon family provided the children. Through connections with Lottie's cousins, Moon and Safford moved to Cartersville, Georgie, in 1871. For two years they operated a school of girls and took active leadership in their respective churches Orianna Marie Molen Anna. Barclay. Moon. Lottie Moon was born to affluent parents who were staunch Baptists, Anna Maria Barclay and Edward Harris Moon. She grew up to be 4 ft 3in (according to one account) on the family's ancestral 1,500 acres (6.1 km2) tobacco plantation called Viewmont, near Scottsville, Virginia
Lottie Moon | Kids Answers. by Avery Foley on October 16, 2017. Charlotte Digges Moon, or Lottie as she was called, was born in 1840 in Virginia to a wealthy Christian family. Despite her parents teaching her about Jesus, Lottie did not believe until she attended a church service with her friends in college Virginia plantation roots. Moon was born to affluent parents who were staunch Baptists, Anna Maria Barclay and Edward Harris Moon. She grew up (to her full height of 4 feet 3 inches (1.30 m), according to one account) on the family's ancestral 1,500 acres (6.1 km 2) slave-labor tobacco plantation called Viewmont, in Albemarle County, Virginia.Lottie was fourth in a family of five girls and two. Charlotte Lottie Digges Moon was born December 12, 1840, just south of Charlottesville, Virginia. Lottie was the third oldest out of the seven children, five girls and two boys. She belonged to a very wealthy southern family. The family's 1,500 acre tobacco plantation was known as Viewmont LOTTIE MOON. Dr. W. A. Criswell. Romans 16:1-2. 12-8-63 10:50 a.m. On the radio you are sharing the services of the First Baptist Church in Dallas. This is the pastor bringing the eleven o'clock morning message on the life and story of a great, noble, worthy woman missionary. At this season of the year, wherever in the earth there is a. Pleasant Moon, Lottie's distant cousin and a merchant in Cartersville, Ga., with other men of the town opened a school for girls. Lottie and A.C. became teachers and co-principals, starting the summer of 1871. The school's advanced section was equal academically to the best female colleges
Lottie Moon was a woman who grew up in a family that educated its girls, expected them to excel and gave them room to grow into intelligent, thoughtful young women. Moon's sister, Orianna, was the first woman in Virginia to study medicine and be granted a medical license. Moon's family encouraged their young women to find their own place in. Bartow County was formed from Cherokee County on December 3, 1832. It was originally called Cass County for General Lewis Cass, secretary of war under U.S. president Andrew Jackson and the man most responsible for the removal of the Cherokee Indians from northwest Georgia. Cass sided with abolitionists during the Civil War (1861-65), however, and in 1861 the county was renamed in honor of the.
Memorials may be made to The Lottie Moon Offering at the Millen Baptist Church, P.O. Box 837, Millen, GA 30442. Statesboro Herald, December 29, 2010 Sign the Legacy online guestbook at www. Welcome to the Red Roof Inn Hotel in Cartersville GA! It is located in the beautiful rolling hills of North Georgia. Red Roof Cartersville is located off I-75, approximately 2 miles from historic downtown Cartersville. Lottie Moon House Bed In. 227 West Cherokee Avenue. Cartersville, GA (770) 386-9226. CALL. DIRECTIONS. Categorized under. Georgia Baptist Mission Board Missions & Ministry Center 6405 Sugarloaf Parkway Duluth, GA 30097-4092. OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m Special Update! Our own Stephanie Lilly will join us from IHOPKC to lead worship for this special Celebration! Join us for a Gathering of Thanksgiving and Hope at the Carriage House at Roselawn Museum in Cartersville. We will be Giving Thanks for the Great Moves of God in the past seasons (Sam Jones, Lottie Moon, and others) [ Moon was converted and baptized in 1858 by John A. Broadus, and afterward taught in Danville, Kentucky, and Cartersville, Georgia. Moon volunteered for missionary service in February 1873, and on 7 July 1873 the Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board in Richmond appointed her to China. In the autumn of that year, she set sail