The Chautauqua Girls at Home


Read by TriciaG

(4.8 stars; 97 reviews)

Sequel to Four Girls at Chautauqua. Ruth, Flossy, Eurie, and Ruth return home as new Christians, eager to begin working. Their new faith clashes with their old lives, which they must overcome, as well as the prejudices of friends and acquaintances. (Summary by Tricia G)

Previous book in series: Four Girls at Chautauqua
Next book in series: Ruth Erskine's Crosses (8 hr 45 min)

Chapters

01 - Treading on New Ground 27:25 Read by TriciaG
02 - Flossy 'Begins' 22:18 Read by TriciaG
03 - Burdens 26:36 Read by TriciaG
04 - Col. Baker's Sabbath Evening 16:58 Read by TriciaG
05 - New Music 17:02 Read by TriciaG
06 - Disturbing Elements 18:12 Read by TriciaG
07 - Prayer Meeting and Tableaux 17:57 Read by TriciaG
08 - Dr. Dennis' Study 17:57 Read by TriciaG
09 - A White Sunday 18:12 Read by TriciaG
10 - The Rainy Evening 16:26 Read by TriciaG
11 - The Next Thing 18:15 Read by TriciaG
12 - Settling Questions 15:31 Read by TriciaG
13 - Looking for Work 18:01 Read by TriciaG
14 - An Unarmed Soldier 18:39 Read by TriciaG
15 - Marion's Plan 16:31 Read by TriciaG
16 - Theory Versus Practice 18:30 Read by TriciaG
17 - The Discussion 17:15 Read by TriciaG
18 - The Result 18:00 Read by TriciaG
19 - Keeping the Promise 15:55 Read by TriciaG
20 - How It Was Done 17:30 Read by TriciaG
21 - Ruth and Harold 20:06 Read by TriciaG
22 - Revival 14:38 Read by TriciaG
23 - The Strange Story 20:36 Read by TriciaG
24 - Loneliness 19:09 Read by TriciaG
25 - The Added Name 20:30 Read by TriciaG
26 - Learners 19:44 Read by TriciaG
27 - Flossy's Party 19:22 Read by TriciaG
28 - A Parting Glance 18:30 Read by TriciaG

Reviews

An interesting commentary on Christian life for beginners


(5 stars)

Pansy's great ability is discussing in plain language the difficulties and hindrances of life for seekers, professers and possessors of the true Christian life. Be it discouraging treatment by others or the perplexities of how to live a particular Bible verse or doctrine, the experiences of the Four Girls have resonance in our own times, and their lessons have greatly benefited me. Not for nothing does Revelation 14:13 resonate across her writing life, and is quoted in several of her books. I am so looking forwards to telling her, and I'm glad my Lord raised her up: And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them.

A Blessing


(5 stars)

What is up with all the unmarried ministers??!!!!! I just finished the last few chapters and am shaking my head in amusement and astonishment at Mrs. Alden’s imagination and unbelievable matchmaking skills!😂 All that aside, I enjoyed the serious tone of the book and the discussions of the various social activities they were familiar with.

Uplifting!!!


(5 stars)

A continuation from book 1. The girls grow in God as each faces trials. Delightful!!! Encouraging!!


(5 stars)

This is a wonderful recording. I can't wait until I hear all of the Pansy books