D. L. Moody was a successful business man whose ministry to men on the rough streets of Chicago in the late 1850's eventually opened the way to his becoming one of America's greatest evangelists. Enlisting Ira Sankey as his gifted musical associate, Moody spent two years touring the British Isles, and attendance at their meetings reached into the millions. Returning to the States, the two men took their gospel message to the cities of America with great success. Without radio or television, over 100 million people were influenced by his ministry.
Moody founded three schools that continue to thrive today, although he was without higher education himself. And without the benefit of theological training, he reshaped Victorian Christianity and was responsible for two Christian publishing companies.
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