Calvin continued to study law. He was also exposed to Renaissance humanism and learned Koine Greek during his 18-month stay in Bourges.
In 1916, Amy established a Protestant religious order called the Sisters of the Common Life.
In 1912, Queen Mary recognised Amy's missionary work and helped to fund a hospital in Dohnavur.
The Dohnavur Fellowship added a home for boys, usually the babies of rescued temple prostitutes, in 1918