By Searching: Autobiography of Isobel Kuhn, Part 1

Isobel and Stan Kuhn (front row). From a photograph held at the OMF International-UK archive in Sevenoaks
Isobel and John Kuhn (front row). From a photograph held at the OMF International-UK archive in Sevenoaks, Kent

Isobel Kuhn and her husband were missionaries to the Lisu people of China and Norther Thailand. This book is the firt part of her autobiography, concluded in In the Arena. My thanks to OMF International UK for their kind permission to digitise and host this book and to Book Aid for making a copy available for scanning.

Isobel Kuhn [1902-1957], By Searching. London: China Inland Mission, 1957. Hbk. pp.128. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Contents

  1. On to the Misty Flats
  2. Slippery Ways in Darkness
  3. What You should not imitate
  4. My Year in Arabia
  5. A Pair of Shoes and the Firs Conference
  6. Extinguished Tapers
  7. J.O. Faser of Lisuland
  8. The Moody Bible Institute
  9. Spiritual Provision
  10. At Sundry Times and in Divfers Manners
  11. Graduation and C.I.M. Candidature
  12. The Vancouver Girls Corner Club
  13. “Let Us Go On!”