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Through Toil and Tribulation. Missionary Experiences in China during the war of 1939-1945
BMS Missionaries




Book Description

Title:
Through Toil and Tribulation. Missionary Experiences in China during the war of 1939-1945
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Carey Press
Pages:
208
Subjects:
Christian Mission, China, Philippines, World War 2
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Unknown

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BMS Missionaries, Through Toil and Tribulation. Missionary Experiences in China during the war of 1939-1945

Contents

  • Preface
  1. Ourselves and the Chinese Church - Henry Payne
  2. Our Life under the Japanese - W.P. and M.L. Pailing
  3. What Internment meant to a Mother - Enid B. Philips
  4. From the Beginning in Shansi - Annie Rossiter
  5. From Taiyuan to Shanghai - F.W. Price
  6. A Woman's Experiences - Jessie Payne
  7. Experiences in Yangchow - Christiana A. Smith
  8. Organising a Hospital - E.S.A. Wheal
  9. From Choutsun to Yangchow - Amy Jagger
  10. A Teacher's Reminiscences - Amy M. Smurthwaite
  11. Internment Interlude - T.W. Allen
  12. Regarding the Japanese - J. Cameron Scott
  13. Making Life Tolerable - A Barrington Light
  14. A Mission Hospital in Occupied China - R.J. Still
  15. Loyalty - Mary Peason
  16. An Intercession Service in Lunghwa Camp - Emily Pentelow
  17. Intered in Manila - Constance M. Allen
  18. The Christian Commandos - W.S. Upchurch
  19. With the British Military Mission - Brynmoor F. Price
  20. With British Red Cross Hospital Unit - W.S.Flowers
  21. Unlimited Opportunities in Free China, 1940-46
  22. Shensi: 1937-1945. - F.S. Russell
  23. The Effect of the War on the Church in Shensi - George A. Young
  24. Our Curch in Post-War China - H.R. Williamson