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Rev. Francis Clark E.

Founder and President

Christian Endeavor International

HQ Phone: (989) 427-3737

Christian Endeavor International

424 East Main Street

Edmore, Michigan 48829

United States

Company Description

Christian Endeavor was founded in Portland, Maine in 1881 by Canadian born Dr. Francis E. Clark at the Williston Congregational Church. Dr. Clark saw that there were many opportunities for youth to "hear" the Word, but few for young people to learn to "do ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Co-Founder
United Society of Christian Endeavor

Founder
YOUNG PEOPLE’S

Founder
YPCE Society

Education



Andover Theological Seminary



Dartmouth

D.D.

medical degree

Web References (200 Total References)


Moderator of Session: ...

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Moderator of Session: Rev. Frank Clark


Today in History - February 2

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1881 The Christian Endeavor Society was founded by Rev. Francis E. Clark in the Williston Congregational Church, Portland, Maine.


Social Science Archives - Full Well Books

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Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder and president of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in an article, "People You Should Know," published in the December 1922 issue of the "Record of Christian Work" magazine, discusses the contribution of Christian Endeavor workers to the rebuilding of Europe following the devastation of World War I.... Read More >

Do Foreign Missions Pay?
In this article, "Do Foreign Missons Pay? from the March 1898 issue of "The North American Review," Dr. Francis E. Clark, founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, discusses the value of Christian foreign missions work around the world and its contributions to the study of geography, philology, medicine, and other areas of human... Read More >
Farming as the Moral Equivalent of War
AmazonDr. Francis E. Clark, the founder of the Christian Endeavor Society and a prolific writer, expounds here on the idea of agriculture as a metaphor of war, the unending battle against pests and blight rewarded with the appearance of fruit, farming as an illustration of morality.... Read More >
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The Everlasting Arms, by Francis Edward Clark
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The Everlasting Arms, by Francis Edward Clark Learn More


Christian Endeavor Archives - Full Well Books

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Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in this book, "Danger Signals," published in 1905, issues a stern warning to young people regarding the distractions of the various vices, such bad books, low theater and gambling, that may jeopardize a young person's future prospects of happiness and gainful employment.... Read More >

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Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder and president of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in an article, "People You Should Know," published in the December 1922 issue of the "Record of Christian Work" magazine, discusses the contribution of Christian Endeavor workers to the rebuilding of Europe following the devastation of World War I.... Read More >
Our Vacations
A book written in 1874 by Frank E. Clark provides an entertaining account of what a 19th century vacation was like. Long before the invention of automobiles and airplanes forever changed the American landscape, six privileged young college men spend a memorable summer ambling around the White Mountains of New Hampshire, digging for clams on... Read More >
Poland's Woes
Poland's Woes Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in this article from the January 7, 1915, issue of The Congregationalist and Christian World, discusses the wartime conditions for Poland at the outset of World War I, including a summary of the country's military history and contributions to European arts and... Read More >
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from the March 1898 issue of "The North American Review," Dr. Francis E. Clark, founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, discusses the value of Christian foreign missions work around the world and its contributions to the study of geography, philology, medicine, and other areas of human... Read More >
In the Land of Tyranny
In the Land of Tyranny An article by Dr. Francis E. Clark, founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, published in the October 28, 1893, issue of "The Oulook" magazine, presents Clark's view of political affairs at that time in the nation of Turkey.... Read More >
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Francis E. Clark, the founder of the Christian Endeavor Society and a prolific writer, expounds here on the idea of agriculture as a metaphor of war, the unending battle against pests and blight rewarded with the appearance of fruit, farming as an illustration of morality.... Read More >
Banyan Tree Religion, by Dr. Francis Edward Clark
Banyan Tree Religion, by Dr. Francis Edward Clark Dr. Francis Edward Clark (1851-1927), founder and president of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, writing in the June 1916 of the "Record of Christian Work" magazine, in his article titled "Banyan Tree Religion," discusses the progress of Christianity in the Hawaiian Islands which at the time of his writing are not part of the... Read More >
Where the Eastern Battle Rages, by Francis Edward Clark
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Where the Eastern Battle Rages, by Francis Edward Clark Dr. Francis Edward Clark, founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in this article, "Where the Eastern Battle Rages," published in the February 6, 1915, issue of "The Christian Work," discusses the situation in Eastern Europe in early 1915, a time when famine, migrations and other results of World War I were having their... Read More >
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The Everlasting Arms, by Francis Edward Clark
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The Everlasting Arms, by Francis Edward Clark Learn More


Francis E. Clark Archives - Full Well Books

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Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in this book, "Danger Signals," published in 1905, issues a stern warning to young people regarding the distractions of the various vices, such bad books, low theater and gambling, that may jeopardize a young person's future prospects of happiness and gainful employment.... Read More >
People You Should Know
People You Should Know Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder and president of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in an article, "People You Should Know," published in the December 1922 issue of the "Record of Christian Work" magazine, discusses the contribution of Christian Endeavor workers to the rebuilding of Europe following the devastation of World War I.... Read More >
Our Vacations
A book written in 1874 by Frank E. Clark provides an entertaining account of what a 19th century vacation was like. Long before the invention of automobiles and airplanes forever changed the American landscape, six privileged young college men spend a memorable summer ambling around the White Mountains of New Hampshire, digging for clams on... Read More >
Poland's Woes
Poland's Woes Dr. Francis E. Clark (1851-1927), founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, in this article from the January 7, 1915, issue of The Congregationalist and Christian World, discusses the wartime conditions for Poland at the outset of World War I, including a summary of the country's military history and contributions to European arts and... Read More >
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from the March 1898 issue of "The North American Review," Dr. Francis E. Clark, founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, discusses the value of Christian foreign missions work around the world and its contributions to the study of geography, philology, medicine, and other areas of human... Read More >
In the Land of Tyranny
In the Land of Tyranny An article by Dr. Francis E. Clark, founder of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, published in the October 28, 1893, issue of "The Oulook" magazine, presents Clark's view of political affairs at that time in the nation of Turkey.... Read More >
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Francis E. Clark, the founder of the Christian Endeavor Society and a prolific writer, expounds here on the idea of agriculture as a metaphor of war, the unending battle against pests and blight rewarded with the appearance of fruit, farming as an illustration of morality.... Read More >
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The Everlasting Arms, by Francis Edward Clark
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The Everlasting Arms, by Francis Edward Clark Learn More

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