1844 — 1918
Pioneer missionary; Deputy Director of the CIM for more than three decades; longest-serving member of the CIM at the time of his death.
1873 — 1951
A Scottish physician specializing in psoriasis, serving with an English Presbyterian medical mission, like his father before him. He spent his life pioneering modern medical care in Formosa (Taiwan) and China, dedicating 50 years to caring for leprosy victims and striving to eradicate the disease.
Pioneer medical missionary. Co-worker, friend, medical mentor of J. Hudson Taylor.
1871 — 1936
Outstanding 20th century Chinese revivalist, evangelist, theological educator, and writer. Called by foreigners, “China’s Moody.”
John and Mary Jones
Little-known early coworkers and close friends with J. Hudson Taylor in Ningbo; very influential in the growth of Taylor’s faith in God to provide.
1870 — 1952
Founded schools for women and children with disabilities during 48 years of service.
Watchman Nee's niece, faithful member of the Little Flock during the Cultural Revolution.
1783 — 1819
Wife of William Milne, the second missionary sent to China by the London Missionary Society. First wife of a missionary to China to die in the mission field.
1853 — 1912
Medical doctor, church planter, itinerant evangelist, seminary professor, translator, writer and publisher, and supporter of numerous mercy ministries. Said to have been the longest-serving Southern Baptist missionary in China.