3 edition of The Life of Jerry McAuley, the river thief found in the catalog.
The Life of Jerry McAuley, the river thief
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 80298|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (114 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||114|
The River Thief. likes. A self-reliant teenage drifter takes his thieving act to a small town where he recklessly falls for a strong-willed waitress and robs a drug ers: Or if one turned from the pages of holy writ to those of history and biography, he might cite the repentance of the man of the world as seen in Augustine of Hippo or Francis of Assisi, the genuinely changed profligate, or as in the cases of John Bunyan, Ignatius Loyola, John Newton, or, in our own times, of Jerry McAuley, the river thief.
Jerry McAuley was a former alcoholic and thief who became a Christian in Sing Sing prison in , and his wife Maria (c.( – Septem ) was a self-described "river thief" and "fallen woman".Born: Frances Jane Crosby, Ma , . An engaging, casual history of librarians and libraries and a famous one that burned down. In her latest, New Yorker staff writer Orlean (Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend, , etc.) seeks to “tell about a place I love that doesn’t belong to me but feels like it is mine.”It’s the story of the Los Angeles Public Library, poet Charles Bukowski’s “wondrous place,” and what Author: Candice Millard.
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(Jerry McAuley: His life and Work, Robert M. Offord,p. 10) At the age of thirteen, the youthful miscreant was sent to live with relatives the river thief book New York City.
A “River Thief” Gets Framed. In America, teen-aged Jerry McAuley continued his apprenticeship as a minor criminal and a “street tough”. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Life of Jerry McAuley, the river thief. Ottawa: Holiness Movement Pub. House, (OCoLC) Named Person.
Transformed, Or, the History of a River Thief: Briefly Told [McAuley, Jerry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Transformed, Or, the History of a River Thief: Briefly ToldAuthor: Jerry McAuley. Jerry McAuley (, Ireland – 18 September ), along with his wife, Maria, was the founder of the McAuley Water Street Mission in New York City.
A self-described “rogue and street thief” who spent seven years in Sing Sing prison during the s, McAuley's mission became America's first Rescue Mission and is now known as the New York City Rescue Mission.
McAuley's Mission became the. Pages very clean, no marks of any kind, no creases. Early s-- Jerry McAuley was "a river thief, con man and drunk. Then he had a vision of God and was transformed. He blazed a path that many others have followed. Because of Jerry McAuley, millions have been fed, many wounds have been healed, and many hearts mended.".
Transformed; or, the History of a River Thief, Briefly Told Jerry MCAULEY ( - ) Jerry McAuley gives a testimony of his transformation from one of the wickedest men to ever live to being saved and a life of helping others do the same.
Jerry McAuley (, Ireland – September ), along with his wife, Maria, was the founder of the McAuley Water Street Mission in New York City. A self-described “rogue and street thief” who spent seven years in Sing Sing prison during the ’s, McAuley’s mission became America’s first Rescue Mission and is now known as the New York City Rescue Mission.
Full text of "The Life of Jerry McAuley, the river thief [microform]: his conversion in prison and his mission work in Water Street, New York" See other formats. Transformed; or, the History of a River Thief, Briefly Told By: Jerry McAuley () Jerry McAuley gives a testimony of his transformation from one of the wickedest men to ever live to being saved and a life of helping others do the : Jerry Mcauley.
Naturalist at Large in NYC – The McAuley’s Mission. By Don Rittner On the corner of 32 nd Street near 6 th Avenue is a free standing history banner with the title Jerry McAuley’s Mission. The River Thief is a rich, action- adventure about guilt, grace, and receiving life as a gift.
Diz (Joel Courtney) is a reckless teenage drifter living life on the run along the Snake s: 5. Jerry McAuley: An Apostle to the Lost.
Jerry McAuley was a common river thief who first saw the light of the gospel in Sing Sing Prison. This is the story of his journey to starting a rescue mission to help others find the gospel in the same way he did. - Ch.1 - Preface & Chapters I-VII - Ch.2 - Chapters VIII-XVII Transformed; or, the History of a River Thief, Briefly Told- Author: Jerry MCAULEY (.
Transformed, Or, the History of a River Thief: Briefly Told: Jerry McAuley: Books - or: Jerry McAuley. JERRY MCAULEY (–) committed every crime short of murder.
The Irish-born young man caused so much trouble as a teenager that his grandmother (who was raising him) sent him to relatives in New York City, where he became a street fighter and a “river thief.”. Listen to Transformed; or, the History of a River Thief, Briefly Told audiobook by Jerry Mcauley.
Stream and download audiobooks to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Bestsellers and latest releases. try any audiobook Free!Author: Jerry Mcauley. Directed by N.D. Wilson. With Joel Courtney, Paul Johansson, Bas Rutten, Raleigh Cain.
Diz (Joel Courtney) is a reckless teenage drifter living life on the run. Abandoned by his parents as a child, he looks out for himself and doesn't accept handouts.
He takes whatever he wants and runs. Jaded and determined to answer to no one, Diz lives a life marked by thievery and abandonment/10(). A former thief dedicates his life to the city’s poor By his own account, Jerry McAuley was a rogue and a serious crook.
Born poor in Ireland and sent to live in New York City at he became a drunkard and river pirate who frequented the rum shops and brothels on Water Street, one of the worst sections of pre–Civil War Manhattan. McAuley was a river thief and alcoholic who, while serving time in Sing Sing, found religion and vowed to change his ways.
After his release ina couple of relapses, and many personal struggles, he established one of the first rescue missions in the city that catered to adult men -- most at the time concentrated their efforts on women and children -- and called it The Helping Hand for Men.
Jerry McAuley (, Ireland – 18 September ), along with his wife, Maria, was the founder of the McAuley Water Street Mission in New York City. A self-described “rogue and street thief” who spent seven years in Sing Sing prison during the ’s, McAuley’s mission became America’s first Rescue Mission and is now known as the New York City Rescue Mission.
or, in our own times, of Jerry McAuley, the river thief. In each of these men, when brought into the presence of GOD, we have a change of attitude indeed that lasted through life. But if any or all of these were cited as illustrations of the necessity of repentance, how many there would be to say: 'Yes, we quite realize such men needed to repent.Full text of "Jerry McAuley, an apostle to the lost" See other formats.
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