By Love Compelled – The Call of the China Inland Mission by Marshall Broomhall

Marshall Broomhall served as Editorial Secretary for the China Inland Mission for 27 years and was a nephew of its founder, James Hudson Taylor. In This little book, published shortly before his death, he provides what he describes as a sketch of the mission’s work in China. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing a…

China Inland Mission School at Chefoo

“The Chefoo School (traditional Chinese: 芝罘學校; simplified Chinese: 芝罘学校; pinyin: Zhīfú Xuéxiào; Wade–Giles: Chih-fu Hsüeh-hsiao), also known as Protestant Collegiate School or China Inland Mission School, was a Christian boarding school established by the China Inland Mission—under James Hudson Taylor—at Chefoo (Yantai), in Shandong province in northern China, in 1880. Its purpose was to provide…

In Memory of Hudson Taylor

This book is a collection of addresses made at Hudson Taylor’s Memorial service at the Conference Hall in Mildmay, London in 1905. He was a man who touched thousands of lives for Christ, and this is reflected in the reminiscences of those who knew him well. My thanks to OMF International-UK for their kind permission…