Crossword puzzle created from the list of names in study guide for exam 3 in the course Modern Missionary Movement.
Challenge: Even if you're not in that class, can you solve this puzzle?
|3||Leader of the first group of missionaries to the Hawaiian islands|
|5||Holder of visa number 001 from Bangladesh government|
|6||Founder of Central American Mission|
|7||Missionary pilot-mechanic, martyred in 1956 in Ecuador|
|10||Creator of China Inland Mission who adopted Chinese dress and other cultural ways|
|14||One of Wycliffe's most brilliant linguists who was initially rejected for missionary service|
|16||Founder of Trans World Radio|
|18||"Apostle to Polynesia" who realized the importance of using indigenous workers|
|19||Missionary surgeon who started a hospital and medical college in India|
|20||Founded the Africa Inland Mission, but only lived 14 months after he got to Africa|
|21||Pioneer missionary to the New Hebrides whose attitude toward the Pacific Islanders seemed harsh|
|22||Founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, but never served as a missionary|
|23||He founded the Sudan Interior Mission in 1900|
|24||Founder of the Dohnavur Fellowship in India|
|25||Student volunteer, who became missionary to China, India, and Africa|
|1||Leader of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, influenced many students onto mission fields|
|2||Founder of Wycliffe Bible Translators|
|4||"Patron saint" of Southern Baptist missions|
|8||"Apostle to Islam"|
|9||Missionary doctor who carried out his work along the frozen coastline of Labrador|
|11||Converted from Catholicism, became a missionary doctor to the Congo|
|12||First Protestant missionary to China, went seven years before first convert|
|13||Methodist missionary to the intelligentsia of India who founded the Christian Ashram movement|
|15||Used the "open house" method in the Orient; wherever he went revival followed|
|17||Missionary to China who ended up being a local "foot inspector" and who led 100 war orphans to safety through a mountain range in 1940|
Courses using the book Perspectives on the World Christian Movement cover a great deal of material on missions history.
Work this crossword puzzle to see if you have digested the material in the historical section of that.book.
Challenge: Can you solve the puzzle even if you do not have the book?
1 "Father of modern missions" who was a shoe cobbler as well as lay preacher
4 The original name of the one who stands as proof of the unchangeableness of God's promise to bless
5 Greek word in Matthew 28:19 which means "people group"
13 Means "the father of many nations." Many missiologists believe that Christ's Great Commission is a restatement of God's covenant with this person.
15 The desired response to God's call to bless every people
16 Another people group which (like 10 Down) heard the Gospel from refugees from Roman persecution. Two brothers Cyril and Methodius ministered among this group.
17 The third of the ten redemptive eras of God's history of His people
1 The 1st "modern" era of the expansion of the Church focused on the
2 One of God's "involuntary" methods for spreading His name the hard way (as for example with the Jews in 721 and 586 B.C.)
3 The sixth of the ten 400-year eras of God's expanding blessing
6 Pioneer of the 2nd or "inlands" era of modern missions
7 A biblical word for a non-Jew who may become a fellow heir of the promise
8 Misguided attempts to spread Christ's authority which still affect how one billion people view Christianity
9 If not handled properly, this will be lost
10 A northern European people who heard the Gospel from Roman exiles. Ulfilas translated the Bible into their language.
11 A seafaring people which merged their marauding ways with their Christianity
12 The recipient of God's promise in Genesis 28:14
14 The one whose coming is at the midpoint of history
Online courses which I have taught using all or parts of the book Perspectives on the World Christian Movement include Missiology and Contextualization (a master's level course at Northwest Nazarene University), Global Evangelism (offered by Nazarene Bible College) and Missions in Global Contexts (offered by Nazarene Theological Seminary).
Can you solve it as well?
-- Howard Culbertson