Henry Cornelius (Bao Zhili) Bartel
1873 — 1965
Founder of two Mennonite missions in China and facilitator for the development of other Mennonite mission programs.
1836 — 1908
Pioneer Presbyterian missionary in Shandong province and founder of the first Christian college in China.
1871 — 1936
Outstanding 20th century Chinese revivalist, evangelist, theological educator, and writer. Called by foreigners, the “John Mott of China.”
Arthur William Douthwaite
1848 — 1899
Medical Missionary with the CIM; served primarily in Chefoo; distinguished himself during the Sino-Japanese War.
1859 — 1936
Tireless evangelist and revivalist who was the first Canadian Presbyterian missionary to mainland China.
Jesse Boardman Hartwell
1835 — 1912
Pioneer Southern Baptist missionary in northeast China who, like Matthew Yates in eastern China and Issachar Jacox Roberts in southern China, is remembered for his significant contribution.
1833 — 1910
The wife and indispensable partner of John Nevius; author of books in English and Chinese; music teacher.
1890 — 1957
Founder and leader of the Jesus Family, Chinese indigenous church in China.