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Carey, 31, reviewed the achievements of the Moravians and recounted the Bible’s missionary mandate.
In 1840 three strands of purpose—missionary advance, humanitarian resolve, and slavery abolition—merged into the Niger Expedition, brainchild of Fowell Buxton of the Church Missionary Society and of the Society for […]
But dawn came, her prayers unanswered, she gripped her bags and trudged toward the riverfront.
Between 1830 and 1949, China became the largest Protestant mission field in the world, occupying up to 8,000 missionaries at any one time. It also became the scene of the […]
David Brainerd was a frail young man, tubercular, sickly, and easily depressed. He longed to reach the Indians of Colonial America, but his first venture to a tribe in Massachusetts […]
“Today I felt a good deal like Elijah in the wilderness,” he told his journal.
Citywide conflagrations seldom happen today, having gone the way of the plague. But Christians of earlier eras often ministered and suffered amid such holocausts. Believers in Nero’s day were unjustly […]
The turning point came when Paton decided to dig a well to provide fresh water for the people.
In 1722 Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf, troubled by the suffering of Christian exiles from Bohemia and Moravia, allowed them to establish a community on his estate in Germany. The […]
“Today,” the Africans told him, “you are a man.”
Adoniram Judson, who wanted to become America’s first foreign missionary, fell in love with the most beautiful girl in Bradford, Massachusetts. Ann Hasseltine was the daughter of a Congregational deacon, […]
You can tell where people’s hearts are by looking at their check stubs.