1903 — 1933
English medical missionary who devoted his life to the minority peoples of Xinjiang.
1851 — 1900
Roving missionary and respected academic, martyred in the Boxer Rebellion.
Pauline G. Hamilton
1915 — 1988
Known to many as “Dr. P” in English and “Grandma Han” in Chinese, she won the hearts of thousands during her faith-filled ministry to delinquent boys, students, and many others in Mainland China and Taiwan.
1858 — 1945
Missions leader and mobilizer, Bible teacher, conference speaker, evangelist, counselor, author. First North American Home Director of the China Inland Mission. First President of the Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association.
1835 — 1914
Served for fifty-two years with China Inland Mission, a long-time supporter and friend of Hudson Taylor.
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.
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.
The first of the Hmu tribe, a subgroup of the Miao, to follow Christ. Evangelist and preacher.