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Joanna P. Moore, 1832-1916
"In Christ's Stead": Autobiographical Sketches.
Chicago: Women's Baptist Home Mission Society, c1902.
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JOANNA P. MOORE
From photograph taken in 1898
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JOANNA P. MOORE IN 1867

DIAGRAM EXHIBITING THE
Actual and Relative Numbers of Mankind
CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THEIR RELIGION
Each square represents 1,000,000 souls: This diagram was first issued by "The Church Missionary Society" of London.
The two white squares in the black indicate converts from heathenism.

JAMES C. OWEN

GEORGE W. GAINES

JOHN MEADOWS

GEORGE WALKER

MISS JACKSON. MISS MOORE. MISS WILSON (Mrs. Weaver).
MISS BUTLER. MISS PECK

THOMAS PETERSON

GROUP OF COLRED WOMEN IN FAITH HOME,
NEW ORLEANS, IN 1898

JOANNA P. MOORE IN 1880

"AWAY DOWN SOUF"

BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION LEADERS IN LOUISIANA, IN 1879

SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS

HER YOUNG PROTECTOR.

A HOME ON ONE OF OUR MISSION FIELDS IN
THE SOUTH.
We want Christ in this home. His presence in the homes of
white and black would solve the race problem.

Mrs. Fannie Pound J.P. Moore Lydia Lawrence
TRAINING SCHOOL FOR WIVES AND MOTHERS, BATON ROUGE, LA.
From photograph taken in 1888

J.P. Moore Miss Lydia Lawrence
RECITATION ROOM

MAILING "HOPE."
From photograph taken in Spring of 1890

From a photograph taken in 1885.
I still keep tight hold of the Bible. My new year's message for 1902 is: "Now the God of hope fill with all joy and peace in believing, that ye may abound in hope through the power of the Holy Spirit" (Rom. 15:13). Oh, beloved friends, be hopeful, be courageous. God cannot use discouraged people. The above text tells us we get our hopefulness by faith and in the power of the Holy Spirit. Free for all. Take and rejoice.
SISTER JOANNA P. MOORE.

MISS BUTTON'S DRESSMAKING CLASS, LITTLE ROCK, ARK.

JIMMY WASHINGTON, LITTLE ROCK, ARK.

JAMES AND ELLEN THOMPSON AND FAMILY, ODOM, ARK.
Ellen Thompson for seven years has had charge of a large club for HOPE, putting it into seventeen families, and testifies that this paper has been a great blessing to her home and to her neighbors. She is one of hundreds of witnesses to the good results of daily Bible study and the power of the Holy Spirit.

FIRESIDE SCHOOL FAMILY, PETERSBURG, VA.
The father in this family, Rev. C. W. McColl, is both a pastor and missionary.

BIBLE AND SUNSHINE BAND, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.

SOME MEMBERS OF BIBLE BAND AT THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, NORMAL, ALA.

Joanna Greenlee Henrietta Patrick
Mary Flowers Virginia W. Broughton Mary J. Gibson
FIRESIDE SCHOOL SECRETARIES

FIRST SUNSHINE BAND IN NASHVILLE, TENN.

FIRST PARENTS' CONFERENCE, NASHVILLE, TENN.

Annual Expenditures in the U.S.

BANNER BIBLE BAND, NASHVILLE, TENN.
This Band began the study of our lessons in 1895, and has continued until the present, 1902. they have been faithful members of their church, but as faithful in reproving, by their everday life, what was contrary to the Bible. In 1899 their church began to collect money for a new edifice by giving suppers, and in other ways begging the unconverted for help. This Band said, "We will help by self-denial." The Band numbered only eight, so that only eight of those seen in the picture were members of the Band. At the end of six months the Band had given $66.75, while all the other members of the churches had raised $357.95. The members of the Band are poor--as poor as the others. The Band grew more Christlike, the others became more worldly. This Band is only one of hundreds that have proven by their every-day conduct the power of daily prayerful Bible study to rebuke sin and maintain a closer walk with God.