History of Baptist Missionary Society Work in the Belgian Congo

This is a short history of the Baptist Missionary (BMS) work in the Democratic Republic of Congo – formerly the Belgian Congo – which explains the introduction by King Albert I of Belgium.

My thanks to Redcliffe College for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation.

William Young Fullerton [1857-1932], The Christ of the Congo River with an Introduction by His Majesty the King of the Belgians. London: The Carey Press, 1928. Hbk. pp.216. [Click to visit the download page for this title]

Contents

  • The King’s Introduction
  • Preface
  1. “Allah Yallim”
  2. The Discovery
  3. Exploration
  4. Drudgery
  5. Tragedy
  6. Bezaleel
  7. Afloat
  8. Aground
  9. Aloft
  10. Ashore
  11. San Salvador
  12. Kibokolo
  13. Wthen
  14. Kinshasa
  15. Bolobo
  16. Upoto
  17. Yalemba
  18. Yakusu
  19. Forward
  20. Afterward
  • A List of Congo Missionaries
  • A List of Publications
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