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Helen C. A. Dixon

Helen C. A. Dixon
Short Name: Helen C. A. Dixon
Full Name: Dixon, Helen C. A. (Helen Cadbury Alexander), 1877-1969
Birth Year: 1877
Death Year: 1969

Dixon, Helen Cadbury Alexander (b. 1877, Birmingham, Eng.; d. Mar. 1, 1969, Birmingham, Eng.) was the daughter of Richard Cadbury, a prominent British industrialist and philanthropist who was a member of the Quaker fellowship and keenly interested in evangelical mission work; attended the university and spent some time in Germany, studying music and language; in 1904 married Charles M. Alexander, songleader with evangelist R. A. Torrey; traveled with her husband and assisted him in his worldwide ministry with both Torrey and J. Wilbur Chapman (q.v.) until his death in 1920; assisted J. Kennedy Maclean in writing the biography, Charles M. Alexander: A Romance of Song and Soul-Winning, 1921; in 1924 married Amsji C. Dixon.

Don Hustad, DNAH Archives

Texts by Helen C. A. Dixon (15)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A cualquiera parte sin temor iréHelen C. Alexander, 1877-1969 (Author)Spanish2
A servir a Cristo sin temor iréHelen C. Dixon (Author (es. 3))Spanish2
After the shadows have passed awayMr. C. M. Alexander (Author)English3
All unseen the Master walkethCharles M. Alexander (Author)English3
Anywhere with Jesus I can safely goMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)English35
Hvorsomhelst med Jesus jeg kan sikkert gaaMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)Norwegian1
Hele au me Iesu ma na wahi a pauMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)Hawaiian2
Jesus calls us, o'er the tumultMrs. C. F. Alexander (Author)English1
Jesus is our Leader, we his soldier'sMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)English1
Jesus, the Savior, is calling today, Sinner, will you comeMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)English3
Tell of Christ who saves from sinMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)2
There is a green hill far awayMrs. C. F. Alexander (Author)English1
There's a city bright and fair, overHelen C. Alexander (Author)1
While Jesus whispers to youMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)English9
Work, for the night is coming; Work through the morning hoursMrs. C. M. Alexander (Author)English3
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