|J. Wilbur Chapman (1859-1918) was an American evangelist, revivalist and pastor. He wrote the words to the hymns One Day, Jesus! What A Friend for Sinners (Our Great Saviour) and 'Tis Jesus.|
Wilbur Chapman. Short biography.
John Wilbur Chapman. His life and ministry.
Conversion of Wilbur Chapman: A World-Wide Evangelist.
Echoes from Glory. Selective saying/portrait of Chapman.
The Accepted Time.
Kadesh-Barnea or, The Power of a Surrendered Life. eBook
The Precious Blood of Christ.
"Prepare to Meet Thy God".
Saved When the Lord Appears.
Secret of a Happy Day: Quiet Hour Meditations. eBook
Sowing and Reaping.
Marriage and family:
J. Wilbur Chapman married Irene E. Steddon in May 10, 1882. She died a month after giving birth to their first child, Bertha Irene, born April 1, 1886.
Chapman married Agnes Pruyn Strain, November 4, 1888 and they had four children: Robert (who died in infancy), J. Wilbur, Jr., Alexander Hamilton, and Agnes Pruyn. Chapman's second wife died June 25, 1907. Lastly, Chapman married Mabel Cornelia Moulton on August 30, 1910.
|More Sources of Information:
J. Wilbur Chapman. MIDI music and words for his hymns.
Papers of John Wilbur Chapman. Biographical sketch, associates, campaigns, etc.
eBooks About J. Wilbur Chapman.
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