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history of the Foreign Christian Missionary Society

by McLean, Archibald

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Published by Fleming H. Revell in New York, Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foreign Christian Missionary Society -- History.,
  • Disciples of Christ -- Missions.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Archibald McLean.
    ContributionsDisciples of Christ.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination444 p., [16] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages444
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23304522M
    OCLC/WorldCa9693035

    It was chiefly through the urging of Moses Baker that the English Baptist Missionary Society began missionary work in Jamaica. The first missionary sent from England in response to Baker’s pleas was John Rowe, who landed at Montego Bay, Febru Febru Mrs. A. A. Fitts (ne‚ Bolden), Christian and Missionary Alliance missoinary to Sierra Leone in the early s; Louise "Lulu" Cecilia Fleming: On Janu , Fleming became the first Black woman to be appointed and commissioned for missionary service by the Women's Baptist Foreign Missionary Society of the West.

    Christianity - Christianity - Missions to South East Asia and the Pacific: Missionaries also evangelized regions throughout Southeast Asia and the Pacific. The first missions to Vietnam were undertaken in the 16th and 17th centuries by Dominicans and Jesuits from Portugal and France. A more permanent presence, which led to French military intervention, was established in the 18th and 19th. Six of the founders of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. This article was originally printed in the Centennial Assembly souvenir “Along the Journey: Vignettes of Predecessor Women’s Mission Organizations.”. The Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society (WFMS) was the earliest of the several missionary societies that now comprise United Methodist Women, and it existed as a separate society .

      During the years after the fall of Rome, the Benedictine Christian order established 1, mission compounds all over the Western Empire. Traveling evangelists like Colomban (Irish) and Boniface (German) should not necessarily be judged along with the . The typical cost to send a foreign missionary family overseas could easily run between $60, to $, a year. Yet in a majority of the poorer countries around the world, indigenous workers require only $3,$6, annually.


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Full text of "The history of the Foreign Christian Missionary Society". The Foreign Christian Missionary Society expanded the number of overseas mission efforts during the s.

The ACMS was incorporated into the United Christian Missionary Society when it was formed in Impact on Restoration Movement. He married her, and was later re-engaged by the society. He is considered to have laid the foundation for Christian witness in tropical Africa.

Mary Slessor. Born in Aberdeen inMary Slessor became missionary to Nigeria under the United Presbyterian Church's Foreign Mission Board.

Foreign Christian Missionary Society, "International Missionary Convention of the Christian Church, St. Louis, MO., October" (). Stone-Campbell Books. - The Foreign Christian Missionary Society is organized with Isaac Errett as president. It served a network of churches within the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and Church of Christ movements.

- In September, a rusty ocean steamer arrives at. Still a valuable book on missions. My major complaint is that while it is supposed to be a history of Christian missions, the vast majority covered is Western and Protestant in scope. Because of this, only the first 50 pages covers the first years of missions history, with little coverage of missions by Eastern churches at any time/5(13).

Christian Churches which are the fruit of European Christian missionary movement of the nineteenth century” 7 K.M. Panikkar, A History of Kerala (Annamalai Nagar: Annamalai University, ) 8 K.P.P. Menon, History of Kerala written in the form of Notes, Vol.1 (New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, ) Lyon, Mary () Founder of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.

Born in Buckland, Massachusetts, Lyon’s interest in missions was sparked with the founding of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Mission “A Christian missionary is a person whose passion is to make the Lord Jesus known to the whole world.

I believe that ‘being a missionary’ in the truest sense of the word is taking the Gospel where it has never been before, or at least to a different culture or a different language group.

A true missionary is someone who. For instance, on 2 nd Octoberthe Baptist Missionary Society was formed followed by the interdenominational London Missionary Society which was established in The others include the British and Foreign Bible Society inwhich was tasked with the responsibility of promoting the translation and printing of the Holy Bible.

each several country and period of history by much careful Church of England Zenana Missionary Society. Christian Literature Society in India. Dublin University Mission. Presbyterian Church of England Mission.

Foreign Missionary Society. London Society. Created in to administer foreign mission work of Disciples of Christian Churches, chiefly headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Inmerged with American Christian Missionary Society and Christian Woman's Board of Missions to form United Christian Missionary Society.

The Problems of Success: A History of the Church Missionary Society, Volume I, In Tropical Africa, The Middle East, At Home by Hewitt, Gordon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Study Christianity’s entire history in China—from St. Thomas the Apostle to the Qing Dynasty and the Boxer Rebellion.

Learn how Christianity originally came to China and how Christian missionaries dramatically impacted the nation with medical missions in the eighteenth and nineteenth century.

Relive the tumultuous era of the Qing Dynasty and examine how missionaries responded to numerous. They decided a mission board was needed that would send only evangelical missionaries to the field. Thus, the Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society (CBFMS) was organized in The Conservative Baptist Association came into being as a national fellowship of churches in In the Conservative Baptist Home Mission Society was born.Church Missionary Society (CMS), society founded in London in as the Society for Missions in Africa and the East, by Evangelical clergy of the Church of England (those who stressed biblical faith, personal conversion, and piety).

In it was renamed the Church Missionary Society .He wrote several books on the themes of Chinese religions, customs and social life, and missionary work. Charlotte (Lottie) Moon: (–) was a Southern Baptist missionary to China with the Foreign Mission Board who spent nearly forty years (–) living and working in China.