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This collection contains one prayer letter from Charles Thomson, describing progress made in evangelistic work in China, excerpts from missionaries' letters appealing for prayer, and an appeal for new missionaries.
This collection contains one prayer letter from Martha Pohnert, a missionary with China Inland Mission, decribing Pohnert's Chinese co-workers, prayer needs, famine in the area, and the state of an outlying town damaged by soldiers.
This collection contains one letter from A. Bertram Lewis, describing his work as missionary in Kiangsi Province, China, with China Inland Mission, the progress of evangelistic work, involvement of Chinese Christians in evangelism, and a Bible conference.
This collection contains one prayer letter from Hannah L. Reid, describing Reid's work as missionary with China Inland Mission, the illness of Reid's missionary sister, Lilias Reid, and subsequent medical treatment, death and funeral.
This collection contains two letters and several items related to the drowning of missionary George E. King in 1927. The letters describe the Waltons' travel as missionaries with China Inland Mission, and a Bible conference for Chinese Christians. Also includes CIM newsletter and report which describe the treacherous raft trip made by 38 missionaries and their families who were withdrawing from the Kansu Province during which King drowned.
This collection contains one prayer letter from Harold D. and Helen M. Hayward, describes the Haywards' overland travel as China Inland Mission workers with a description of the countryside and cities enroute to Xining, their assigned station, near the Tibetan border.
This collection contains one promotional card announcing revival meetings held at the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Knoxville, Iowa, led by Rev. Frank Mathis with Harry P. Armstrong and Mrs. Armstrong as musicians.
This collection contains a letter from Anthony Comstock to Rev. H.C. Hovey, in which Comstock describes the burden and revival of ministry with The N.Y. Society for Suppression of Vice and biographical notes for The Cyclopedia of American Biography completed by Comstock in 1915.
This collection contains one letter from J. T. Hough to Rev. John A. Murray, Secretary of the Western Agency of the American Home Missionary Society, describing Hough's financial difficulties in his Port Byron, New York, pastorate and spiritual progress of the congregation.
This collection contains an annotated article (written by Phyllis Thompson) about the North-West Bible Institute (NWBI) in Fengzian, Shensi Province, describing the development of the Back to Jerusalem Evangelisitc Band, which evangelized in western China, including among Muslims. Also includes photocopies from Theodore Fischbacher's scrapbook with photographs of NWBI (1941-1947) and the Fischbacher family (1942-1944).
This collection contains two letters from James Hudson Taylor to a Mr. Sloane written while traveling, discussing China Inland Mission affairs, including financial contributions, conferences, and concerns for friends and co-workers.
This collection contains a letter from John R. Mott to F.H. Green in which he describes the importance of moral and religious character as the most important qualification for teaching. The letter is signed by Mott and dated 1914.
This collection contains two minute books of the American Marathi Mission in India, which utilized missionaries from the United Church Board for World Ministries. The minute boks include records of committee deliberations and finances and were submitted to the Church Board for World Ministries as field reports.
This collection contains a postcard announcing revival services being held at the People's Pentecostal Church in Everett, Massachusetts by Rev. Fred St. Clair.
This collection contains pamphlets, correspondence, reports and articles created by Reuben Archer Torrey, Jr. documenting his internment by the Japanese in China, the great physical and spiritual needs of the people in South Korea following the war there, and the development of the rehabilitation program under Torrey's administration.
This collection contains one letter from George Franklin Tibbetts to Campbell Thompson forgiving Thompson for past opposition and agreeing to accept him on staff at Park-of-the-Palms Camp in Florida, but warning him that he will be dismissed if there are any recoccurances in the future. The Camp-of-the-Woods, a similar camp in the Adirondacks, is promoted on the back of the letter. The collection also includes a mailing envelope from Park-of-the-Palms Camp.
This collection contains nine letters and one annual report from members of the American Bible Society addressed to Rev. J.C. Brigham (Secretary), and Joseph Hyde (General Agent and Assistant Treasurer). Letters contain information on finances, orders, reports on sales of Bibles, notices of obituaries of members, and other information relating to the Society.
Collection contains a letter from British evangelist George Whitefield to Rev. Mr. Reader, thanking Reader for copies of one of Reader's sermons.
This collection contains one letter from abolitionist leader Birney to S. Silsbee (?) in which Birney gives his opinion on the question whether it was ethical for a missionary to work for a board supported by slaveholders.
This collection contains a letter from Belgian Gospel Mission directors Edith and Ralph Norton and a BGM newsletter. The personal letter describes the continuing effects of World War I on the country, the activities of various missionaries, perceived opposition to the mission from the Roman Catholic hierarchy and the testimonies of new converts.
This collection contains a brochure, circa 1950, advertising an AAJM film entitled Three Minutes to Twelve. The movie addresses the place of the Jewish people in New Testament prophecy and the creation of the nation of Israel as part of the fulfillment of that prophecy.
This collection contains a pamphlet created by the Gospel Fellowship Club of Chicago, describing the Club's purpose of providing fellowship for businessmen working in downtown Chicago.
This collection contains a handbill for a concert by pianist J.W. Boone with photos of Boone and his associates, and a brief biography of Boone.
This collection contains a brochure advertising a volume containing addresses given at the 1918 Conference on the Return of the Lord. The brochure gives some background information on the meeting as well as listing the speakers and their topics.
This collection contains typed transcripts of thirty-one messages based on the book of Revelation which were given over the radio by Charles L. Feinberg.
This collection contains newspaper clippings relating to Helen Priscilla Stam, whose missionary parents, John and Betty Stam, were killed by communist soliders in China when Helen Stam was an infant. The clippings decsribe the Stam's ministry in China; their deaths; Helen Stam's rescue by local Christians; and expresses the hopes of her grandparents that she would become a missionary.
This collection contains the curriculum kit produced by World Vision for use with children. The kit, including flash cards, photo, and booklet, was adapted from a radio script by Bob Pierce, describing how missionary Hubert Mitchell first presented the Christian gospel to a group of the Kubu people in Sumatra in 1937.
This collection contains a copy of a mimeographed booklet, titled Blessings from Beth-Hanan. The booklet is a transcript of the diary kept by Katherine R. Beard and Ruth A. Grant describing their beginning of their work as NIEM workers among the Dineh (Navajo) people in the Sand Springs region, southwest of Oraibi, Arizona. The transcript covers the period from May 11 through October 30th, 1937.
The ministry of Oxford's Society of Saint John the Evangelist had a profound impact on Lewis's spiritual formation. The following resources provide information on the SSJE, Father Walter Adams, Richard Meux Benson, and their impact on C.S. Lewis.
Records of the Sociology and Anthropology Department include annual reports, ten-year reviews, sample exams and correspondence.
Minutes and general files of the Special Committeemon Honorary Degree
This archive contains materials relating to St. Anne's House, an Anglican organization formed with the goal of bringing the Christian faith into dialogue with aspects of modern culture--with particular emphasis on reaching out to the artistic and intellectual communities of London. Dorothy L. Sayers was an active member of St. Anne's House and a strong supporter of its mission. At her death in December 1957, Sayers's ashes were placed under the tower of St. Anne's in Soho.
Minutes and general files of the Standing Committee
This archive contains personal and professional papers relating to Stella Aldwinckle, the founder of the SocraticClub (which included C.S. Lewis) and member of the Oxford Pastorate staff at Oxford University.
The Stephen Cushman Papers is a small collection of hand-written music scores for soprano, piano, organ, and wind orchestra from this former Professor of Music at the Wheaton Conservatory of Music.
Minutes and general files of the Student Affairs Committee
Minutes and general files of the Student Development Committee
Minutes and general files of the Student Finance Committee
Minutes of the Student council
Minutes and general files of the Summer School Committee
This collection serves as a sampling of evangelical Christian Sunday School curriculum throughout many of the decades of the twentieth century, particularly after the Fundamentalist and Evangelical divisions occured within Protestant Christian denominations in the United States.
- Evangelism & Missions Archives 695
- Special Collections 222
- Wheaton College Archives 144
- Marion E. Wade Center 104
- Evangelistic work. 438
- Conversion. 251
- Missionaries. 220
- Missionaries -- Appointment, call, and election. 196
- Evangelistic work -- United States. 172
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Alumni. 163
- Christian life. 149
- Women -- Religious life. 145
- Church and state. 140
- Women missionaries. 138
- Evangelicalism. 136
- Women 135
- Missionaries -- Training of. 130
- Correspondence 128
- Missions. 124
- Christian education. 120
- Bible. 118
- Indigenous church administration 117
- Children of missionaries. 112
- Christianity and culture. 110
- Church and social problems. 110
- Language in missionary work. 109
- Missions -- China. 104
- Missions -- Educational work. 96
- Christian leadership. 92
- Evangelicalism -- United States. 92
- Catholic Church. 86
- Family. 80
- Communism. 78
- Photographs 78
- Evangelistic work -- China. 77
- Missions, Medical. 77
- Radio in religion. 76
- World War, 1939-1945. 74
- Religious institutions. 73
- Prayer. 70
- Conversion -- Personal narratives. 69
- Mass media in religion. 68
- Medical care 68
- Missions -- Finance. 66
- Tribes. 65
- Pentecostalism. 64
- Sermons, American. 64
- China -- History. 63
- Persecution. 63
- Sex role. 62
- Christian literature -- Publication and distribution. 60
- Christian literature. 60
- Education 60
- African Americans. 59
- Evangelistic sermons. 59
- Missionaries -- Leaves and furloughs. 59
- Fundamentalism. 57
- Evangelistic work -- Philosophy. 55
- Church and social problems -- United States. 54
- College students. 53
- Animism. 52
- Communism -- China. 51
- Fund raising. 51
- Church development, New. 49
- Missions -- Interdenominational cooperation. 49
- Theology 49
- Worship. 49
- Catholic Church. -- Protestant churches. 48
- Children. 48
- Preaching. 48
- Church work with youth. 47
- City missions. 47
- Financial Records 47
- Scrapbooks 47
- Bible -- Study and teaching. 46
- Bible colleges 46
- Church growth 46
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Faculty. 46
- Missions -- India. 45
- Revivals. 45
- Articles. 44
- Missions -- Africa. 44
- Rural missions. 44
- Evangelistic work -- Congresses 43
- Missions to Muslims. 43
- Wheaton College (Ill.) -- Students. 43
- Audiotapes 42
- Belief and doubt. 42
- Bible -- Translating. 42
- Muslims. 42
- Racism. 42
- Theology -- Study and teaching -- Asia. 42
- Evangelistic invitations. 41
- Youth 41
- Interdenominational cooperation. 40
- China -- History -- 1937-1945. 39
- Missions -- Congresses. 39
- Radio in missionary work. 39
- Presbyterians. 38
- Salvation. 38
- Theological seminaries. 38
- African Americans -- Social conditions. 37
- Baptists. 37
- Culture shock. 37 ∧ less
- English 1164
- Russian 4
- Spanish; Castilian 4
- Arabic 2
- Chinese 2
- Wheaton College (Ill.) 189
- Graham, Billy, 1918-2018. 112
- Moody Bible Institute. 58
- Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. 55
- China Inland Mission. 51
- Africa Inland Mission. 47
- Edman, V. Raymond (Victor Raymond), 1900-1967. 45
- OMF International. 41
- Christian and Missionary Alliance. 40
- Sayers, Dorothy L. (Sayers, Dorothy Leigh) 40
- Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963. 37
- Sunday, Billy, 1862-1935. 34
- Buswell, J. Oliver (James Oliver), 1895-1977. 30
- Zhongguo guo min dang. 28
- Campus Crusade for Christ. 27
- Rader, Paul, 1879-1938. 27
- Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. 26
- Wycliffe Bible Translators. 25
- Wheaton College (Ill.). Graduate School 24
- World Evangelical Fellowship. 24
- Henry, Carl F. H. (Carl Ferdinand Howard), 1913-2003. 23
- Bright, Bill. 22
- National Association of Evangelicals. 22
- HCJB (Radio station : Quito, Ecuador) 21
- Sudan Interior Mission. 21
- The Evangelical Alliance Mission. 21
- Armerding, Hudson T. 20
- Rodeheaver, Homer A. (Homer Alvan), 1880-1955. 20
- Elliot, Jim, 1927-1956. 19
- Ford, Leighton. 19
- Jones, Clarence W. 19
- Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. 19
- McIntire, Carl, 1906-2002. 19
- Perkins, John, 19
- Africa Inland Church. 18
- Billy Graham Center. 18
- Catholic Church. 18
- Latin America Mission. 18
- Ockenga, Harold John, 1905-1985. 18
- Wyrtzen, Jack, 1913-1996. 18
- Assemblies of God. 17
- Barrows, Cliff. 17
- Chicago Gospel Tabernacle (Ill.) 17
- Graham, Ruth Bell. 17
- International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) 17
- Moody Memorial Church (Chicago, Ill.) 17
- Taylor, Clyde W. 17
- World Council of Churches. 17
- Fuller, Charles Edward, 1887-1968. 16
- Howard, David M. 16
- Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association of North America. 16
- Ironside, H. A. (Henry Allan), 1876-1951. 16
- Jones, Bob, 1883-1968. 16
- Crawford, Percy B. (Percy Bartimus) 15
- Padilla, C. René. 15
- Palau, Luis, 1934- 15
- Plymouth Brethren. 15
- Stam, Elisabeth Alden Scott, 1906-1934. 15
- Blanchard, Charles A. (Charles Albert) 14
- Colson, Charles W. 14
- Columbia Bible College (Columbia, S.C.) 14
- Fuller Theological Seminary. 14
- Glasser, Arthur F. (Arthur Frederick), 1914- 14
- Johnson, Torrey Maynard, 1909- 14
- Shea, George Beverly, 1909-2013. 14
- Skinner, Tom, 1942- 14
- Smith, Oswald J. 14
- Stam, John Cornelius, 1907-1934. 14
- Dain, Arthur John, 1912- 13
- Mission Aviation Fellowship. 13
- Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994. 13
- Torrey, R. A. (Reuben Archer), 1856-1928 13
- Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society. 12
- Dunlop, Merrill. 12
- Elliot, Elisabeth. 12
- Hurlburt, Charles E. 12
- Jesus Christ. 12
- McCully, Theodore Edward, 1927-1956. 12
- Saint, Nathaniel, 1923-1956. 12
- Smith, Gipsy, 1860-1947. 12
- Stott, John R. W. 12
- Sunday, Helen Amelia Thompson, 1868-1957. 12
- Voice of Calvary Ministries (U.S.) 12
- Woods, C. Stacey, 1909-1983. 12
- Wright, J. Elwin. 12
- Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar. 11
- Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. 11
- Navigators (Religious organization) 11
- Pacific Garden Mission (Chicago, Ill.) 11
- Presbyterian Church in the U.S. 11
- Riley, W. B. (William Bell), 1861-1947. 11
- Schaeffer, Francis A. (Francis August) 11
- West Suburban Hospital (Oak Park, Ill.) 11
- Williams, Charles 11
- World Vision International. 11
- Youth for Christ/USA. 11
- College Church in Wheaton (Ill.) 10
- Dodds, Gilbert, 1918- 10
- Evangelical Churches of West Africa. 10
- Evangelism-in-Depth. 10 ∧ less