Sacrificial Love: Portraits of CIM Missionaries (CHI) 捨命的愛-中國内地會宣敎士小傳


“For the love of Christ contraineth us” (2 Cor. 5:14a KJV). This was the motivation that sent missionaries to serve under the China Inland Mission (CIM), founded in 1865 by James Hudson Taylor. Because its thrust was “inland,” here we have biographies of those who served in Gansu and Xinjiang in the far northwest. In spite of floods, famines, earthquakes, wars and rumours of wars, sickness and death (often tragic), they stood with their Chinese colleagues and friends. Truly, it was Christ’s sacrificial love that sent and empowered them.

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