To The Golden Shore

Author: Courtney Anderson
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ISBN: 9780817011215
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This book tells how the 'golden shore' bought bitter hardships, imprisonment, and family tragedy.

God S Generals The Missionaries

Author: Roberts Liardon
Publisher: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1629111619
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They Served God to the Ends of the EarthIn his fifth God’s Generals volume, Roberts Liardon chronicles some of the great evangelists who risked their lives to take the gospel message to strange and unknown cultures around the world, including… Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf—the Austrian nobleman whose passion for Christ ushered in the Moravian revival of the 1700s. David Brainerd—the young American colonist who sacrificially reached out to Native Americans. William Carey—the British shoemaker and Bible translator whose passion to reach India birthed a missionary revolution. David Livingstone—the explorer who crossed the “unknown continent” and opened the heart of Africa to the gospel. Adoniram Judson—the “Father of American Missions,” who endured tragedy to reach the people of Burma. Hudson Taylor—the first missionary to use the phrase “Great Commission,” who pioneered the China Inland Mission, transforming millions of lives along the way. Hiram Bingham—the first Protestant missionary, who spent twenty years serving Christ in what is now Hawaii. Amy Carmichael—the selfless Irish missionary who dedicated her life to the forsaken children of India. Jonathan Goforth—the passionate Canadian revivalist who brought salvation and healing to hundreds of thousands of Chinese people. The sacrifice and courage of these spiritual pioneers are sure to stoke the fires of your faith and revive within your heart a spirit of evangelism and compassion for the lost.

Heroes Among Us

Author: Jim Ryun
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 9780768430059
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Congressman Jim Ryun has provided a wealth of stories of quiet historical heroes who have, for the most part, been ignored by popular culture and nearly lost in the mist of the past. This book is not about popular heroes or cultural icons such as George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. These heroes were common people who stood firm in the face of tyranny, to give their lives for others, and to right the wrongs of social injustice. Their stories will inspire you to rise up to slay the dragons of your world.

Emily On The Golden Shore A Novel Based On The Life Of Emily Judson In Burma

Author: Marie Conyers McKay
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1628579269
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Emily learns that, with God’s help, she could do more than she ever expected, and triumphantly come out on top. This is a novel based on the life of the American author, Emily Chubbock, who wrote under the pseudonym Fannie Forester. Emily was also teacher at a girls’ school, a best-selling author, and a dedicated caregiver for her parents and sister. Follow in the footsteps of a devoted young woman as she makes the transition from life in the Eastern United States to spreading the Gospel with her missionary husband, Adoniram Judson, in the beautiful and remote areas of Burma during the 1840s. Publisher’s Website:http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/EmilyOnTheGoldenShore.html

Adoniram Judson

Author: Jason G. Duesing
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433678365
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On February 19, 1812, Adoniram Judson, his wife Ann, and a few others set sail for the Far East from their American homeland. The launching of these missionaries by a newly formed outreach society marked the beginning of Americans formally joining the modem missions movement. With the advent of 2012 comes recognition of the bicentennial of Judson’s departure and official start of the American missionary enterprise. This volume seeks to honor the life and mission of Judson while retelling his story for a new generation. With the occasion of the 200-year anniversary of Judson’s departure as a fitting context for such a presentation, the his- torians, theologians, and missiologists writing here under the guidance of editor Jason G. Duesing have endeavored not only to serve as Judson’s biographers of past events, but also as his interpreters of what they hope will take place in the present and future. Contributors include Paige Patterson, Michael A. G. Haykin, Robert Caldwell, Nathan A. Finn, Candi Finch, Keith E. Eitel, Gregory A. Wills, and Daniel L. Akin.

Expect Great Things Attempt Great Things

Author: Allen Yeh
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621898660
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William Carey, often dubbed The Father of Modern Missions, and Adoniram Judson, America's first intercontinental missionary, were pioneers whose missions overlapped in chronology, geography, and purpose. However, rarely are they both featured in the same volume or compared and contrasted. Here we have unique material by some of the world's leading experts on these two giants of missionary history, with perspectives on these men in ways never seen before. Especially relevant to this current age of World Christianity are the perspectives from India and Burma, the lands which received these men for their missionary enterprise.

From Jerusalem To Irian Jaya

Author: Ruth A. Tucker
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310830621
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This is history at its best. From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya is readable, informative, gripping, and above all honest. From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya helps readers understand the life and role of a missionary through real life examples of missionaries throughout history. We see these men and women as fallible and human in their failures as well as their successes. These great leaders of missions are presented as real people, and not super-saints. This second edition covers all 2,000 years of mission history with a special emphasis on the modern era, including chapters focused on the Muslim world, Third World missions, and a comparison of missions in Korea and Japan. It also contains both a general and an “illustration” index where readers can easily locate particular missionaries, stories, or incidents. New design graphics, photographs, and maps help make this a compelling book. From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya is as informative and intriguing as it is inspiring—an invaluable resource for missionaries, mission agencies, students, and all who are concerned about the spreading of the gospel throughout the world.

Dictionary Of American Religious Biography

Author: Henry Warner Bowden
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313278259
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The first edition of this award-winning reference, published in 1977, contained 425 biographical profiles of the most significant American religious leaders. Bowden has added profiles for 125 additional figures, and the earlier sketches have been revised and updated. Each profile contains a capsule summary of the figure's life, followed by a discussion of the historical context of the figure's contribution and a bibliography of works by and about the individual. Appendices categorize the figures by religious denomination and place of birth. The dictionary contains entries for individuals who died before July 1, 1992, and reflects America's cultural and religious diversity.

Daughters Of The Church

Author: Ruth A. Tucker
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310877466
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Rich in historical events and colorfully written, this fascinating account of women in the church spans nearly two thousand years of church history. It tells of events and aspirations, determination and disappointment, patience and achievement that mark the history of daughters of the church from the time of Jesus to the present. The authors have endeavored to present an objective story. The very fact that readers may find themselves surprised now and again by the prominent role of women in certain events and movements proves an inequality that historical narrative has often been guilty of. This is a book about women. It is a setting straight off the record -- a restoring of balance to history that has repeatedly played down the significance of the contributions of women to the theology, the witness, the movements, and the growth of the church. An exegetical study of relevant Scripture passages offers stimulating thought for discussion and for serious reevaluation of historical givens. This volume is enriched by pictures, appendixes, bibliography, and indexes. Like many of the women whose stories it tells, this book has a subdued strength that should not be underestimated.

I Wish Jesus Hadn T Said That

Author: Steve Timmis
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310516536
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Jesus never said that following him would be easy. We’ve read the words countless times: “Love your enemies,” “You cannot serve both God and money,” “Take up your cross and follow me.” Theoretically we believe them. But do we engage what Jesus says in a way that prompts action? The truth we avoid talking about is that being a follower of Jesus is terribly inconvenient—a pain in the neck at times—because it cuts across so many of our natural desires. But there is an even greater danger in avoiding what Jesus says. If we harden our hearts to the teachings of Jesus, we will never find true happiness. In this powerful new book, author Steve Timmis calls all believers to consider ten sayings of Jesus that reveal where our affections lie. He reminds us that Christians are called to abandon, not cherish, the ways of the world and reject, not pursue, the things that afford us status, prestige, and pleasure. As followers of Jesus we must grapple with what it means to follow him, and accept his verdict on what constitutes the good life—no matter how counter-cultural it may seem. Doing so will powerfully reorient our hearts.