Brother Andrew was born during a hostile time in the world. As he entered into adulthood, he chose to fight against the injustices of communism. Communism restricted Christianity, and the Christians were strongly persecuted against. Brother Andrew was willing to put his life in danger every day, to go around the persecuted Christian nations for […]

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Dedicated in passionate pursuit of God’s calling on her life, Amy Carmichael has been an inspiration to many missionaries over the past 170 years. Who was Amy Carmichael? Amy Carmichael was an Irish missionary to India. She is known for opening a safe house called Dohnavur Fellowship after rescuing children from being trafficked in the […]

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Mary Slessor was a dedicated missionary in the late 1800s to early 1900s, with a vigor and passion that brought the Lord’s Kingdom to Africa. She is now noted as one of Africa’s top missionaries, and much of West Africa was evangelized due to the open door that Mary created for the next generation of […]

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No missionary series would be complete without including the life and influence of Hudson Taylor. His story is an undeniable favorite among many Christian circles and missions organizations. This bold and daring man went where no missionary had ever been before–and, similar to William Carey, he had made a great impact on how we do […]

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Born in Scotland in 1824, John G. Paton was a Christian missionary to the cannibals on the New Hebrides Islands of the South Seas until he died in 1907. His life was filled with many trials, as his first wife and their child soon died after their arrival on the island of Tanna, and Paton […]

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Adoniram and Ann Judson marked history forever in missions through their suffering for Christ. The young couple were the very first American missionaries to ever set sail overseas from America. When they left, the face of missions was changed forever. Initially, on track for India, they eventually would lay down their lives for Burma (modern-day Myanmar). […]

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Known as the father of modern missions, William Carey was the first missionary to India who served for forty-one years translating the entire Bible into Bengali. He is also known for being a shoemaker, pastor, founder of the English Baptist Missionary Society, botanist, cultural anthropologist, educator, author, social reformer, and the first to bring the printing […]

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David Brainerd was one of the first American missionaries to carry the gospel message to the Native Americans in New Jersey in their own language. David’s story is full of trials and suffering, yet no account of his is ever told without revealing his faith in God. While the call to ministry will look different for […]

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