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Twenty-six years of missionary work in China

Stott, Grace Mrs.

Twenty-six years of missionary work in China

by Stott, Grace Mrs.

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Published by Hodder and Stoughton in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missions -- China.,
  • Missionaries -- China -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Grace Stott.
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV3415 .S76
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 366 p.[8] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages366
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18558234M

    Stott, George, Twenty Six years of Missionary Work in China (London: Hodder and Stoughton,). Periodicals: China Inland Mission, T'ai-chow: Press Report for (T'ai-chow: CIM Press, ). 2. SECONDARY SOURCES: PUBLICATIONS ON TAYLOR AND THE CHINA INLAND MISSION J. HUDSON TAYLOR. Twenty-six years of Missionary work in China / With a preface by the Rev. J. Hudson Taylor; Hudson Taylor & China's open century. Bk. 7, It is not death to die! Hudson Taylor and Maria: pioneers in China / by J. C. Pollock; Hudson Taylor: the man who believed God / by Marshall Broomhall.

    Steinhauer's missionary work had actually begun 15 years earlier in when he was assigned to Lac La Pluie to assist in translating, teaching and interpreting the Ojibwa and Cree languages. – Presbyterians start work in Colombia with the arrival of Henry Pratt; . Driven to help the less fortunate, missionary Kenneth Bae began guiding tours into North Korea in But after years of successful visits, he was arrested and sentenced to prison. From the first harrowing moments of his ordeal until the day of his release, he relied solely on God. Now you can listen to the never-before-told story!Unabridged audio CD; approximately 9 hours 18 minutes; 9 CDs Brand: Thomas Nelson on Brilliance Audio.

    that William Wallace, but William (Bill) Wallace the missionary, a man served the Chinese people for 16 years, only to be brutally murdered as a martyr for King Jesus by the Communist on Febru , less than 6 years before I was born. 3) When I think of “Bill Wallace of China” as he is affectionately known, PhilippiansFile Size: 78KB.   On this day in , Mrs. Grace Ciggie Stott, the wife of missionary George Stott, died. For 23 years, Grace and her husband labored in the city of Wenzhou, China, working closely with the China Inland Mission and Hudson Taylor. The Stotts were truly pioneers, being the first missionaries to .


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Excerpt from Twenty-Six Years of Missionary Work in China I did not find one dull paragraph. Those who begin to read the book will want to finish it, 5/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stott, Grace (Ciggie), Mrs.

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He arrived in China in and remained for over Twenty-six years of missionary work in China book years (). (Grace Stott arrived two years after her husband and was involved with the Wenzhou church for almost thirty-eight yearsfulltime until ).

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Please keep in mind, when constructing a workable module master document, you can often go to Google Books and find a better text file that you can cut/paste. George Stott (13 April – 21 April ) was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China with the China Inland Mission.

Despite physical disabilities, Stott was a highly effective mission leader. In China he is widely credited, alongside William Edward Soothill, for laying the groundwork for the large number of Christian adherents in Wenzhou, Zhejiang : 13 AprilBelhelvie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

work lay in China, and I had but to wait His time. *Hudson Taylor. ——Twenty-Six Years of Missionary Work in China, by Grace Stott; New York: American Tract Society,pp. Cited in Olde Paths and Ancient Landmarks, Boyce Drive, Rhinelander, Wisconsin (This book can be found free in digital form online!).

Twenty-six years of missionary work in China / (London: Hodder and Stoughton, ), by Grace Stott (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Sunshine and shade in Central Africa (London, W.A.

Hammond, ), by Julia A. Smith (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The three Mrs. Judsons, and other daughters of the cross. Twenty-six years of missionary work in China Grace.

Stott London: Hodder and Stoughton China journal an American missionary family during the Boxer Rebellion: with the letters and diaries of Eva Jane Price and her family Eva Jane Price Author: Julie Wang.

China’s chief port, the city of Shanghai, consisting of the Chinese city proper, with a population of nearlyand the English and French ‘ concessions ‘ with foreigners and aboutChinese-Shanghai within the wall and Shanghai without the wall-has various kinds of Christian and missionary work.

Village Life in China. TENTH THOUSAND Chinese Characteristics. BY Rev. ARTHUR H. SMITH, D.D. For Twenty six Years a Missionary of the American Board in China.

With Sixteen Illustrations from Photographs, an index and a Glossary. decorated cloth, $ From The : Arthur H. Smith. Hudson Taylor () was a missionary to China and later founder of the China Inland Mission (now OMF) which, at his death, included mission stations with over missionaries, andChinese Christians.

He spent 51 years in China. The webmaster of this web site preceptaustin is fruit of Hudson Taylor's ministry. This is a survey of missionary work in China, and not an endorsement of groups that do not believe the Scriptures.

Chia, Earl N., History of China, Lecture notes World Book Encyclopedia, Volume 4, Chicago, Field Enterprise Educational Corp., p. Pastor Hartman has been in the ministry for twenty six years. It is surprising to find how few books can be obtained on missionary work among the Indians.

After ten years of effort the writer has only been able to secure twenty-six {4} books on such work in the United States, and five of these are 18mo. volumes of less than forty pages each.

Only five of these have been published within the last fifteen. "The Rise of Christianity in China". Financial Times. Retrieved 13 November ^ Pollock, John (). "Stott, George ()" ((subscription or UK public library membership required)). ^ Mrs. Grace (Ciggie) Stott (). Twenty-six Years of Missionary Work.

Twenty-Six Years of Missionary Work in China by Grace Stott. Download. Read. Paperback. Premium. Clothbound. a joyful letter from Miss Christabel Williams tells of the conversion of sixteen of the twenty-six girls in the boarding-school four of the children were previously converted; and several of the remaining six — the little ones of.

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