1862–1935

March 8, 1862, Row­ley, Mas­sa­chu­setts.

De­cem­ber 16, 1935, At­lan­ta, Geor­gia.

West­view Cem­e­tery, At­lan­ta, Geor­gia.

portrait

Stillman was the hus­band of hymn­ist Ci­vil­la Mar­tin.

He at­tend­ed Har­vard Un­i­ver­si­ty and was or­dained a Baptist min­is­ter, though he lat­er switched to the Dis­ci­ples of Christ de­nom­in­a­tion.

In 1916, he be­came a pro­fes­sor of Bi­ble stu­dies at At­lan­tic Chris­tian Col­lege in Wil­son, North Car­o­li­na. Three years la­ter, he moved to At­lan­ta, Geor­gia. It was from there he went all ov­er Am­er­i­ca to run Bi­ble con­fer­enc­es and evan­gel­is­tic meet­ings. His works in­clude:

  1. Durfee
  2. Doing Bu­si­ness for the King
  3. God Will Take Care of You
  4. Going Home
  5. He Knocks To­day
  6. I Am Sing­ing the New Song To­day
  7. Jesus Is Plead­ing
  8. Let Me Be a Friend to Man
  9. Now He Us­es Me
  10. O How You Need Him
  11. Old-Fa­shioned Way, The
  12. On the Up­grade
  13. One of God’s Days
  14. Peace Will I Give un­to You
  15. Saved
  16. Sitting at the Feet of Je­sus
  17. Somebody Cares
  18. Standing in the Fore­front
  19. Watching for the Dawn­ing

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