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
Jennie Faulding Taylor
1843 — 1904
Evangelist and teacher among Chinese women. Second wife of J. Hudson Taylor and mother of two children by him. Pioneer woman missionary.
1895 — 1969
Anna Ziese’s faith and perseverance through forty-nine years of service alongside the people of Shanxi, has made her a legend of the Assemblies of God mission.
1866 — 1925
“Christian” revolutionary. Because he led the overthrow of the Manchu Dynasty and established the Republic of China, he is called “The Father of the Country.” His relationship to Christianity is complicated.
George and Margaret Stokes
1863 — 1900
Missionaries to China who were among the 46 missionaries and their children slaughtered in Taiyuan on 9 July 1900 in the Boxer Rebellion.
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.
Jean Joseph Marie Amiot
1718 — 1793
Jesuit missionary and author at the court of the Chinese emperor.