Evangelistic work -- New Zealand.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 077 Papers of J. Wilbur Chapman
Microfilm from the Presbyterian Historical Society of correspondence, sermons, sermon notes, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and memorabilia documenting the life and ministry of J. Wilbur Chapman. Materials detail Chapman's life from his early education through his pastoral Ministry and full-time evangelistic work. Documents also relate to his interests in Bible conference centers in Winona Lake, IN; Montreat, NC; and Stony Brook, NY.
Collection 078 Papers of Corrie ten Boom
Papers of Dutch watchmaker, evangelist, author, and Christian aid worker Corrie ten Boom. The collection includes information on her father Casper ten Boom, her imprisonment in Ravensbrück concentration camp during World War II, her work among refugees after the war, her travels as an evangelist, the work of her two foundations, and the production of the film The Hiding Place. The collection includes audio tapes, correspondence, a film, notebooks, photos, photo albums, and video tapes.
Collection 086 Records of the International Christian Broadcasters
Collection 087 Papers of Fredrik Franson
Collection 111 Papers of Charles H. Troutman, Jr.
Collection 180 Papers of Carl Armerding
Collection 355 Papers of J. Edwin Orr
Correspondence, academic papers, clippings, reports, films, videos, and other materials relating to Orr’s life as an evangelist active around the world and as a professor and historian of spiritual awakenings (revivals) and evangelism. The collection is an excellent source on Protestant Evangelicalism as a global movement in the twentieth century.