Church work with the poor
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 050 Ephemera of Merrill Dunlop
Collection 196 Oral History Interview with Edna Louise Asher Case
Collection 273 Oral History Interview with Harold Day
Oral history interview with Harold Louis Day (1913-2006) in which he describes his experiences working at the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle during the pastorate of Paul Rader and his successor, Clarence Erickson. The time period covered by the interview is 1913-1978.
Harold Day was interviewed by Robert Shuster on May 31, 1984 at the Billy Graham Center Archives at Wheaton College.
Collection 361 Oral History Interviews with C. René Padilla
Collection 362 Records of Voice of Calvary Ministries
Collection 375 Oral History Interview with Suzanne Griggins
Collection 395 Oral History Interview with Rafael Maldonado, Jr.
Collection 440 Oral History Interviews with Inge Rydland
Collection 483 Oral History Interview with Francis Sunderaraj
Collection 573 Records of Detroit's Afro-American Mission
Minutes, budgets, proposals, pamphlets, reports, video cassettes, and other material showing the origins of Detroit's Afro-American Mission, Inc., and its activities including Bible clubs for children and adults, special ministries to singles, vacation Bible schools and camps, and the Institute for Biblical Research.
Collection 598 Records of Wheaton '83 Conference
Correspondence, papers, case studies, minutes, participant evaluations, and other documents relating to the planning, holding and follow-up of Wheaton '83, an international, evangelical conference exploring the nature and mission of the global church. The meeting was sponsored by the World Evangelical Fellowship and other organizations. It consisted of three simultaneous consultations which dealt with the local church, evangelism across frontiers, and Christian response to human need.
Small Collection 044 Ephemera of Evangeline Booth
Letters written by Evangeline Booth during her service as Field Commissioner of The Salvation Army in the United States. Correspondence concerns actual or potential contributors. Also includes a printed card with autograph, July 22, 1936, and a newspaper clipping advertising free Christmas dinners in 1910.