Russell H Conwell has contributed to Subconscious Religion as an author.
In this work, the author will examine if God Answers Christians Only, What prayers will cause conflicts, use of prayers in... More > the Bible, etc.< Less
Considered by many to be one of the finest speeches ever written, Acres of Diamonds offers a multitude of lessons about the rewards of work, education, and finding the riches of life in one's own... More > back yard. In an era when many Americans would pack public halls to hear speeches given by the greatest citizens of their day, Russell Conwell read his world-famous lecture hundreds of times, and used the income he earned delivering it to found a small seminary to train Baptist ministers. That school soon grew into Temple University, one of the first universities to offer affordable education to working-class Americans: it stands today as the most visible example of Russell Conwell's legacy and vision.< Less
Self-made man and renowned Baptist minister Russell Conwell helped to usher in a paradigm shift in Christian thinking in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries -- and also managed to help... More > remake the self-help genre in the process. The Key to Success is a comprehensive overview of Conwell's philosophy, and it's chock-full of ideas that will help you make your wildest dreams of success come true.< Less
Success has no secret-Success has no secret. Her voice is forever ringing through the market-place and crying in the wilderness, and the burden of her cry is one word-WILL. Any normal young man who... More > hears and heeds that cry is equipped fully to climb to the very heights of life.< Less
Self-made man and renowned Baptist minister Russell Conwell knew a thing or two about personal efficiency. During his career, he worked as a soldier, a church leader, a lawyer, a journalist, a... More > biographer, and a bestselling self-help author. He also managed to find time to found and preside over Temple University. In this tip-filled volume, Conwell provides actionable advice to help you make the most of your allotted 24 hours.
The author helped to usher in a paradigm shift in Christian thinking in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries — and also managed to help remake the self-help genre in the process.< Less