D. L. MOODY’S LIFE AT A GLANCE
1837—Born, February 5, at Northfield, Massachusetts.
1855—Converted to God in Boston.
1856—Joined Mount Vernon Congregational Church, Boston; went to Chicago.
1860—Gave up business.
1862—Married Emma Charlotte Revell.
1863—Organized Illinois Street Church.
1867—First visit to Great Britain.
1871—Chicago home consumed in the Great Fire.
1872—Filling with the Holy Spirit; second visit to Great Britain.
1873-5—First extended campaign in the British Isles.
1875—Bought home in Northfield.
1879—Founded Northfield Seminary.
1880—First conference held in Northfield.
1881—Founded Mount Hermon School.
1881-4—Second campaign in the British Isles.
1886—First College Students’ Conference held; Chicago Evangelization Society founded, now the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
1891-2—Third campaign in the British Isles.
1892—Visit to the Holy Land; facing death on the Atlantic.
1893—World’s Fair Evangelistic Campaign, Chicago.
1894—Founded the Bible Institute Colportage Association of Chicago.
1899—Last public service November 16, in Kansas City, Mo.; died December 22 at Northfield.