Stories of Chinese Christianity
Recording the life stories of significant figures in Chinese Christianity across the centuries and around the world.Learn more
Second Protestant missionary to China; with Robert Morrison, co-translator of the Bible into Chinese; engaged in pioneer evangelism. Mentor of Liang Fa, China’s first evangelist.Read the story
A brilliant linguist, careful student of Chinese culture, tireless evangelist, eloquent spokesman for the spiritual needs of China’s unevangelized millions.Read the story
Builders of the Chinese Church
This collection contains the stories of nine leading pioneers who laid the groundwork for a solid, healthy, and self-sustaining Chinese church.See All Stories
1910 — 2007
Elder of the Christian Assembly [aka The Little Flock] in Fuzhou; a servant of Christ whose life was full of spiritual experiences.
James Robert Graham II
1863 — 1943
Ministered with his wife Sophie to the Chinese in Jiangsu for forty years.
Kenneth Scott Latourette
1884 — 1968
American Orientalist, missiologist and historian of the expansion of Christianity.
1904 — 1978
Well-known historian and educator in Hong Kong in 20th century. He was also a famous church leader of Hong Kong Tsung Tsin Mission, and an Elder of Tsung Kyam Church.
William Chalmers Burns
1815 — 1868
Itinerant evangelist; translator of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress and many hymns; trainer of Chinese evangelists; noted holy man of God.
1785 — 1822
Second Protestant missionary to China; with Robert Morrison, co-translator of the Bible into Chinese; engaged in pioneer evangelism, preaching, teaching, and writing books and tracts in Chinese. mentor of Liang Fa, China’s first evangelist.