Missionnaires au quotidien a Tahiti (Studies in Christian Mission, #13)
by Pierre-Yves Toullelan
On the basis of the archives of the 167 Catholic religious posted to Polynesia from 1834 to 1914, we are introduced to the everyday reality of the nineteenth-century missionary, through his early education, his arrival in the Pacific world, his harsh conditions of existence and his cultural and economic activities. Part of contemporary Polynesia is also illuminated by this study, since this handful of religious left a legacy of social models which have continued into present-day use.
John G. Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides. an Autobiography (Volume 1)
by John Gibson Paton
Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret (Hendrickson Classic Biographies)
by Howard Taylor and Gregg Lewis
Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret is a compelling narrative of James Hudson Taylor's life journey from the time he was studying as a doctor in England to becoming the most renown missionaries to inland China. Hudson Taylor's life of prayer, diligence, humility, and evangelism will compel you to go deeper in your personal life with God, challenging you to live by faith, and cause you to chase your dreams, and face greatest fears. Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret will force you out of your comfort...
Christian Imperialism (The United States in the World)
by Emily Conroy-Krutz
In 1812, eight American missionaries, under the direction of the recently formed American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, sailed from the United States to South Asia. The plans that motivated their voyage were ano less grand than taking part in the Protestant conversion of the entire world. Over the next several decades, these men and women were joined by hundreds more American missionaries at stations all over the globe. Emily Conroy-Krutz shows the surprising extent of the early m...
Christian Ethics in Secular Cultures, Volume 2 (World of Theology, #21)
by Thomas K Johnson
More Amazing True Mission Stories from Around the World
by J H Zachary
For the Glory
by Duncan Hamilton
“Hamilton is a guarantee of quality.” —Financial Times “Duncan Hamilton’s compelling biography puts flesh on the legend and paints a vivid picture of not only a great athlete, but also a very special human being.” —Daily Mail The untold and inspiring story of Eric Liddell, hero of Chariots of Fire, from his Olympic medal to his missionary work in China to his last, brave years in a Japanese work camp during WWII Many people will remember Eric Liddell as the Olympic gold medalist from the Acad...
Blowing Your Cover
by Kevin Higham
Blowing Your Cover is a six-part training course in lifestyle evangelism, which will equip and release you to share your faith confidently and effectively with your family, friends and associates. It has been refined in a variety of churches across the UK over several years. Blowing Your Cover is not a technique, or a programme, but a way of life. It enables you to discover your own personal style of evangelism. The Leader's Guide contains: Practical walkthrough guide for all six sessions DVD...
Peaks of Faith (Studies in Christian Mission, #8)
by Ju-K'ang T'ien
This is a pioneering study of the impact of Christianization among the Chinese. Focusing primarily on the minority peoples of Yunnan province, it nonetheless fully mirrors the historical development of the Protestant mission in China. Drawing on many years of observation in the field and upon a comprehensive consultation of official documents relating to Christians on the mountain peaks, the study chronicles how the early foreign missionaries, thanks to their self-sacrifice and the examples they...
Missionary Journal Idaho Boise Mission
by Lds Mormon Missionary Designs
Through the Door II A Worldwide Adventure With Christ
by Tom Pendergrass
Nothing But a Thief
by Danielle Speakman
"I write because it would be difficult not to. Lima, Peru, is filled with stories that go untold. I met these stories close up at every moment, and many of them turned themselves into people, who became people I love, and their stories became my own. These people engraved their lives into mine ...the children of Lima have graffitied their names in the wet cement of my soul. It is for them that I write this book - to give them a voice, and in so doing, to bring them the justice and love all hum...