World Shapers List

World Shapers A to N

  1. Albert Schweitzer – gave up all to serve the poor
  2. Alfred the Great – saved England’s heritage
  3. Andrew White working in Iraq
  4. Arther Stace is Mr Eternity
  5. Ash Barker founds charity
  6. Australian footballers are Christians
  7. Ayrton Senna
  8. Barnett got rid of Melbourne slums
  9. Barry McGuire
  10. Betty Cuthbert – star sprinter
  11. Bill Ferguson fought for aboriginal rights
  12. Billy Graham
  13. Blaise Pascal was the equivalent of Shakespeare
  14. Bono – rock star
  15. Brian McConaghy and Ratanak
  16. C S Lewis – life story
  17. Caroline Chisholm – the emigrants friend
  18. Catherine Hamlin helped Ethiopians
  19. Charles Dickens – greatest writer
  20. Charles Grant revolutionised India
  21. Charles Sturt a devout Christian
  22. Chris Riley – Catholic priest helps youth
  23. Christians in ancient Rome
  24. Constance Coltman – first female minister in UK
  25. Corrie Ten Boom sheltered refugees
  26. David Bussau – started micro-loans
  27. David Larkin – school chaplain takes award
  28. David Unaipon on our $50 note
  29. Desmond Tutu
  30. Dietrich Bonhoeffer Story
  31. Dunkirk miracle
  32. Earl of Shaftesbury – social reformer
  33. Elizabeth Clephane – Beneath the cross hymn
  34. Elizabeth Fry helped convicts
  35. Elizabeth Macquarie – founded Bible society
  36. Eric Liddell – Olympian with principles
  37. Eugene Veith – successful business man
  38. Eva Burrows headed the Salvation Army
  39. Fanny Crosby and the hymn Blessed Assurance
  40. Father Damien helped Hawaii lepers
  41. Federation Day 1 January
  42. First Christmas in Australia
  43. Florence Nightingale – the lady with the lamp
  44. Francis Collins – scientist who cracked the human DNA code
  45. Frank Crean – Australian politician
  46. Gerard Tucker – Brotherhood of St Laurence
  47. Giuseppe Moscati – combined science and prayer
  48. Gladys Aylward served China
  49. Gordon Moyes helped thousands in Sydney
  50. Graeme Clark – Inventor of the bionic ear
  51. Gregor Mendel: founded science of genetics
  52. Griffith Jones – education revolution in Wales
  53. Hana Ananda – Indonesia’s saint
  54. Hannah More stopped the slave trade
  55. Helen Roseveare – doctor to Congo
  56. Henry Dunant & the Red Cross
  57. Henry Holden – founder of Australia’s car manufacturing
  58. Hudson Taylor – took Christianity to China
  59. Hugh Evans – young Aussie combats poverty
  60. Ida Scudder founded hospital in India
  61. Isaac Newton – scientific genius
  62. J K Rowling – richest woman in UK
  63. J R R Tolkien
  64. Jackie Pullinger helps drug addicts
  65. James Clerk Maxwell a genius
  66. James Young Simpson – inventor of anaesthetics
  67. Jan Hus – Czech hero
  68. Jim Fanstone – doctor to outback Brasil
  69. Joan of Arc story
  70. Johannes Kepler solved the mystery of the planets
  71. John Comenius – the father of modern education
  72. John Lang initiated independence from Britain
  73. John McDouall Stuart – explorer
  74. John Polkinghorne – scientist who became a priest
  75. John Thornton – used his wealth for good
  76. John Witherspoon – Scot an American founding father
  77. Joni Eareckson Tada story
  78. Josephine Butler – first feminist
  79. Judi Dench the actress
  80. Kiran Martin helps Delhi slum dwellers
  81. Linda Shum helps disabled Chinese children
  82. Louis Braille – inventor of braille
  83. Lynn Arnold – premier to priest
  84. Margaret Court – tennis great
  85. Martin Luther King story
  86. Mary Glowrey – almost a saint
  87. Mary MacKillop-Education for poor in Australia
  88. Mary Reibey founded a bank
  89. Mary Rogers – shipwreck heroine
  90. Matts Place – Kingston Christians feed the poor
  91. Michael Cassidy-peace in Sth Africa
  92. Michael Faraday – gave us electricity
  93. Michael Faraday gave us electricity
  94. Mike Baird – state premier
  95. Mother Teresa helped thousands
  96. Nicholaus Copernicus – scientific genius
  97. Nicholaus Copernicus revolutionised the world
  98. Norman Borlaug – saved a billion lives
  99. Norman Macleod – a Scot of influence
  100. Ossie Cruse – aboriginal activist

World Shapers O to Z

  1. Paul Brand cured leprosy
  2. Paul Negrut survived persecution
  3. Phillip Bliss – hymn composer
  4. Prayer for rain
  5. Queens oath to uphold Gods laws
  6. Ramos Horta – East Timor activist
  7. Rembrandt – great artist
  8. Richard Johnson – Australias First Fleeters Thanked God
  9. Rob Galea – singer, songwriter, priest
  10. Robert Boyle – founder of chemistry
  11. Roger Bacon invented science
  12. Ronald Ross conquered malaria
  13. Rosa Parks was courageous
  14. Royston Siddons – founder of Sidchrome
  15. Saint Patrick – revolutionised Ireland
  16. Samuel Leigh – first Methodist church in Australia
  17. Samuel Marsden – Australia founder
  18. Sir Doug Nicholls Story
  19. St Benedict increased devotion to God
  20. St Mary’s Caulfield had a world impact
  21. St Nicholas – the origin of Santa Claus
  22. St Patrick
  23. St Patrick – father of Ireland
  24. St Valentine – origin of Valentines Day
  25. T S Eliot – greatest modern poet
  26. The Billings Method
  27. Usain Bolt – running legend
  28. Vincenzo Pecci – pope who helped workers of the world
  29. William Arnott and Arnotts biscuits
  30. William Guthrie Spence – Union founder
  31. William Stawell – founder of Victoria
  32. William Wilberforce
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