First Fifty Years of the Sudan United Mission

J. Lowry Maxwell, Half a Century of Grace. A Jubilee History of the Sudan United MissionThis is the official history of the first half-century of the Sudan United Mission from its founding in 1904 by Karl Kumm and Lucy Guinness.

This work is still in copyright and is republished here by kind permission of Pioneers UK. You are allowed to use this book for free educational purposes, but not to republish it for profit without the express written permission of the copyright holder.

J. Lowry Maxwell, Half a Century of Grace. A Jubilee History of the Sudan United Mission. London: Sudan United Mission, [1954] Hbk. pp.331. [Click to visit the download page]

Contents

  1. The Call
  2. The Vision and the Need
  3. “To the Help of the Lord against the Mighty”
  4. The First Reinforcements
  5. Spreading Branches and Spreading Roots
  6. Doing the Work
  7. The Freed Slaves’ Home
  8. The First Inter-Mission Conference
  9. Planning for the African Church
  10. War Days With Brightening Prospects
  11. New Developments
  12. Deeper and Wider Yet
  13. Beginning in French Territory
  14. Towards an African Church
  15. Our Opportunities are our Embarrassments
  16. A Fresh Start in Training Helpers
  17. “And Then a Brook”
  18. Reaching out to Mohammedans
  19. Fellow-Stewards of the Mysteries
  20. The World War Years
  21. War Helps the Church to Find its Feet
  22. The Rising Tide of Church Life
  23. Fresh Expansion and Fresh Difficulties
  24. New Help and New Problems
  25. Difficulties and Developments
  26. The Look Round and the Look Ahead

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