1914 — 2005
Chinese house church leader who suffered long imprisonment for refusing to join the Three-Self Patriotic Movement and who led a large congregation after being released from prison.
Yung Kiung Yen
1838 — 1898
A scholar, an Episcopal minister, and an educator who served faithfully in Shanghai. He also contributed valuable literary work for the church in China.
1893 — 1978
Prominent Chinese Christian educator who embraced Chinese ideals and Christian education.
1876 — 1951
One of the most influential private educators in China; Prominent Protestant laymen.
1889 — 1984
Led Christian church work in rural reconstruction, and directed welfare centers for tens of thousands of refuges fleeing inland during World War II.
Pastor, itinerant evangelist, theological educator. A survivor of the Cultural Revolution, he served faithfully in Sanyuan into his 90s.