Wilbur F. Crafts

Wilbur F. Crafts
Short Name: Wilbur F. Crafts
Full Name: Crafts, Wilbur F. (Wilbur Fisk), 1850-1922
Birth Year: 1850
Death Year: 1922

Used pseudonym Callene Fisk
Born: Jan­u­a­ry 12, 1850, Frye­burg, Maine.
Died: De­cem­ber 27, 1922, Wash­ing­ton, DC, of pneu­mon­ia.
Buried: Ri­ver Bend Cem­e­te­ry, West­er­ly, Rhode Is­land.

Son of min­is­ter F. A. Crafts, Wil­bur at­tend­ed Wes­ley­an Un­i­ver­si­ty, Con­nec­ti­cut (1869, AM 1871); Bos­ton Un­i­ver­si­ty (BD 1871); and Mar­i­et­ta Col­lege (PhD 1886). He served as pastor at Methodist Episcopal, Congregational, and Presbyterian churches, and was prom­i­nent in the tem­per­ance and pro­hi­bi­tion move­ment. He found­ed and for 28 years was su­per­in­tend­ent of the In­ter­na­tion­al Re­form Bur­eau. His works in­clude:

Through the Eye to the Heart: or, Eye-Teach­ing in the Sund­ay-School (New York: Nel­son & Phil­lips, ca. 1873)
Song Vic­tor­ies of "The Bliss and Sank­ey Hymns" (Bos­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts: D. Lo­throp & Com­pa­ny, 1877)
Plain Us­es of the Black­board and Slate (New York: Ward & Drum­mond, 1881)
Successful Men of To-day and What They Say of Suc­cess (New York: Funk & Wag­nalls, 1883)
The Sab­bath for Man (New York: Funk & Wag­nalls, 1885)
Intoxicants & Opi­um in All Lands and Times, a Twen­ti­eth Cen­tu­ry Sur­vey of In­temp­er­ance (Wash­ing­ton, DC: The In­ter­na­tion­al Re­form Bu­reau, 1900)
Childhood: The Text­book of the Age for Par­ents, Pas­tors and Teach­ers and All Lov­ers of Child­hood
Before the Lost Arts
Social Pro­gress
The Ideal Sun­day School
Reading the Bi­ble with Rel­ish
The Ci­vil Sab­bath
Must the Old Test­a­ment Go?
Talks to Boys and Girls About Je­sus
Talks and Stor­ies About He­roes and Hol­i­days
New Test­a­ment Helps
Bible and Sun­day School
Practical Chris­tian So­ci­ol­o­gy
Protection of Na­tive Rac­es Against In­tox­i­cants and Opi­um
The March of Christ Down the Cen­tu­ries

The Cyber Hymnal™ (www.hymntime.com/tch)

Texts by Wilbur F. Crafts (21)sort descendingAsInstances
A wonderful house have IWilbur F. Crafts (Author)4
By the seaside stood the peopleRev. W. F. Crafts (Author)2
For God, and home and every land, we wage a peacefulWilbur F. Crafts (Author)3
I stand all bewildered with wonderRev. W. F. Crafts (Author)5
Ich blicke voll Beugung und StaunenWilbur Fisk Crafts, 1850-1922 (Author)2
In the spirit this Lord's dayWilbur F. Crafts (Author)2
Jesus, Savior, Thee I love, For Thy dying love to meWilbur F. Crafts (Author)1
My heart has heard the SaviorWilbur F. Crafts (Author)4
My heart is made a mangerRev. W. F. Crafts (Author)5
No room for Jesus in the inn, The manger was his bedRev. W. F. Crafts (Author)3
Now crucified with Christ I amWilbur F. Crafts (Author)12
O praise the Lord with heart and voiceRev. Wilbur F. Crafts (Author)7
O wondrous story of the LordWilbur F. Crafts (Author)2
Praise God for the BibleWilbur F. Crafts (Author)9
Pris Gud for vor BibleWilbur F. Crafts (Author)2
Sing, sing, ye hosts of lightWilbur F. Crafts (Author)4
The cross upon our bannersWilbur F. Crafts (Author)2
The Lord on sacred OlivetRev. W. F. Crafts (Author)2
We bow our knees unto the FatherWilbur F. Crafts (Author)9
We come, we come, from many landsWilbur F. Crafts (Author)2
Weary with walking aloneRev. W. F. Crafts (Author)25

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