Women

  1. Betty Cuthbert – star sprinter
  2. Caroline Chisholm – the emigrants friend
  3. Catherine Hamlin helped Ethiopians
  4. Corrie Ten Boom sheltered refugees
  5. Elizabeth Clephane – Beneath the cross hymn
  6. Elizabeth Fry helped convicts
  7. Elizabeth Macquarie – founded Bible society
  8. Eva Burrows headed the Salvation Army
  9. Fanny Crosby and the hymn Blessed Assurance
  10. Florence Nightingale – the lady with the lamp
  11. Gladys Aylward served China
  12. Hana Ananda – Indonesia’s saint
  13. Hannah More stopped the slave trade
  14. Helen Roseveare – doctor to Congo
  15. Ida Scudder founded hospital in India
  16. J K Rowling – richest woman in UK
  17. Jackie Pullinger helps drug addicts
  18. Joan of Arc story
  19. Joni Eareckson Tada story
  20. Josephine Butler – first feminist
  21. Judi Dench the actress
  22. Kiran Martin helps Delhi slum dwellers
  23. Linda Shum helps disabled Chinese children
  24. Margaret Court – tennis great
  25. Mary Glowrey – almost a saint
  26. Mary MacKillop-Education for poor in Australia
  27. Mary Reibey founded a bank
  28. Mary Rogers – shipwreck heroine
  29. Mother Teresa helped thousands
  30. Queens oath to uphold Gods laws
  31. The Billings Method
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