Dr. Rebekah Naylor, winner of the 2016 ACS Surgical Humanitarian Award, discusses integrating medicine and mission, and perseverance through difficulty.
Mention of St. Patrick conjures many images, most of which center around Irish celebrations. Patrick, however, has a missionary legacy worthy of remembrance.
Sallie Holmes's love for the Chinese people set an example for Lottie Moon and many others to come, including us today.
Like William Carey, every missionary needs a pastor and church to hold the ropes for them in support of their work in spreading the gospel to the nations.
Pauline Moore is a little old lady in my church in Brownwood, Texas. She served the church and helped others learn to love missions.
Darlene Diebler Rose endured incredible suffering, saying, “I would do it all again for my Savior.” Many in New Guinea are grateful for her devotion.
Marie Monsen may have been an unlikely choice to be a missionary to China, but God used her to stoke the fires of one of the greatest revivals in history.
Some accuse John Calvin of being anti-missions. However, looking at Calvin’s writings and practice, he actually promoted taking the gospel to the nations.
Luther Rice’s humble service laid a foundation for Baptist missions. He paved the way for missionaries like Lottie Moon to take the gospel to the nations.
Dr. Ida Scudder, a medical missionary who founded the Christian Medical College in India, left a legacy that continues to touch millions of lives.