External links to missions history resources
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Missionary biographiesDavid Brainerd, American Indians William Carey, India Cambridge seven - group of young men who went to China Jim Elliot, missionary martyr Jonathan Goforth, China Adoniram Judson, Burma Ann Judson, Burma David Livingstone, Africa A.B. Simpson, C & MA founder Mary Slessor, West Africa C.T. Studd, China - India - Africa Hudson Taylor, China
Haystack prayer meeting
A small prayer meeting in 1806 by some college students marked the beginning of American involvement in world missions. Involving only five people, it has become known as "the haystack prayer meeting."
Historical and other missions resource sites
- Moravian missionary work in the 1700's
A missionary movement unmatched in depth of commitment. They were driven by two strong convictions: (1) world evangelization is the prime obligation of the church, and (2) every member of the Christian community has this responsibility.
- Western medical missionaries in China
- Jim Elliot's papers plus a biography
- TIME magazine's 1932 article after the release of "Re-thinking Missions"
- Dictionary of missions terms
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