If you’ve listened to this podcast long, you know that I love a good biography. I am passionate about learning from saints who can teach us how to run and finish the race of faith well. Today’s biography episode is about just such a heroine of the faith: Amanda Berry Smith. Amanda played so many roles in her lifetime: mother, evangelist, preacher, missionary, and advocate. The newspapers of her day called her, “God’s Image Carved in Ebony.” If you have never heard her story, then I can’t wait to introduce you in this podcast episode.

This photo is courtesy of the New York Public Library’s GetArchive

Most of the information used in this podcast episode was taken directly from Amanda Smith’s biography: An Autobiography. The Story of the Lord’s Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist.

However, I also gained information about her life from the following resources. If you’d like to learn more about her, I hope you’ll take the time to research her life for yourself! There are so many great resources out there; this is just a start.

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