India

Missionary Work of Jennie Fuller in Akola and Bombay

Jennie Fuller (nee Frow) [1851-1900] was an American missionary with the Christian and Missionary Alliance in India. This book is the standard biography of her life and work. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing a copy of the book to scan. This title is in the public domain. Helen S. Dyer, A Life for…

China

Campbell N. Moody’s Missionary Work in Formosa (Taiwan)

Campbell Naismith Moody [1866-1940] was a scholarly and extremely successful missionary to Formosa (modern day Taiwan). In this book he tells the story of the early years of his work in that country. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing me with a copy of this book to digitise. Campbell N. Moody [1866-1940], The Heathen…

India | South America

Story of Regions Beyond Missionary Union

The Regions Beyond Missionary Union was founded by Henry Grattan Guinness and his wife Fanny in 1873. Its thousands of workers served in South America, Central Africa, India, Nepal and Irian Jaya. This book by the founder of the mission tells the story of the first 30 years. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing…

Missions

Henry Grattan Guinness’s 21 Years of Missionary Endeavour

Henry Grattan Guinness [1835-1910] was one of the most influential figures in 19th Century missions. According to the Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions: After visiting France in 1865, Guinness founded the McAll Mission. In 1873, he opened the East London Institute for Home and Foreign Missions at Harley House. Guinness’s influence also led to the…

Theology of Mission

William Pierce on the Claims of Foreign Missions

William Pierce [1853-1928] offers some encouraging observations on missions on the occasion of the Centenary of the London Missionary Society. My thanks to Redcliffe College for providing a copy of the book for scanning. This title is in the public domain. William Pierce [1853-1928], The Dominion of Christ. The Claims of Foreign Missions in the…