1870 — 1952
Founded schools for women and children with disabilities during 48 years of service.
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.
1831 — 1906
First translator of the Old Testament into Mandarin and Easy Wenli, elected Bishop of China for the Anglican church.
1902 — 1992
International Bible teacher, conference speaker, revival preacher. Bible college president. Prolific author. General Director of Overseas Missionary Fellowship (formerly known as China Inland Mission) in the 1950s and 1960s. He became an elder statesman and worldwide conference speaker from his retirement until his death.
1833 — 1910
The wife and indispensable partner of John Nevius; author of books in English and Chinese; music teacher.
1842 — 1874
Pioneer missionary of the China Inland Mission, assistant to J. Hudson Taylor and beloved support of the Taylor family. Served in China and London.
J. Hudson Taylor
1832 — 1905
Founder and director of the China Inland Mission. Served in China, Europe, and Australia.
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.