Amy Carmichael (1867-1951) was born in Millisle, Count Down, Northern Ireland. In 1892 she went to Japan as the first missionary to be under the Keswick convention. In Japan, she learned the importance of cultural immersion, such as adopting native... More
NATE SAINT was a missionary pilot with the Missionary Aviation Fellowship. He was stationed in Ecuador and working with the Acua Indians. He and four other missionaries were killed by the Acuas in 1956.
BIBLIOGRAPHY Elliot, Elisabeth. Through the... More
JOHN AND BETTY STAM The Stams were graduates of the Moody Bible Institute, and became missionaries with the China Inland Mission. They were killed by Communists in China in 1934. But through a series of tremendous miracles, their tiny two-month-old... More
CHARLES FINNEY (1792-1875) Charles FInney was a lawyer in upstate New York. One day he was reading Blackstone's Commentary on Law, he was puzzled by the references to the Mosaic Law. This caused him to purchase a Bible, and he was saved as he... More
This biography includes 7 hours of audio arranged in 30 chapters, each 14 minutes long.
COUNT NICHOLAS LOUIS ZINZENDORF (1839 - 1898) was born in Saxony. He studied theology while a youth and took a "missionary journey" through Holland and... More
This biography includes 5.8 hours of audio arranged in 25 chapters, each 14 minutes long.
FRANCIS WILLARD (1839 - 1898) was founder of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. She was the victim of a broken love affair. The man she loved was a... More
RALSTON YOUNG (1896-?) was born in Colon, Panama, November 22, 1896, where he attended parochial school. He cam to the United States in 1917 and worked in a shipyard during the First World War. He is employed as a "Red Cap" at Grand... More