On at Brighton Taylor definitely dedicated himself to God for the

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On June 25, 1865, at Brighton, Taylor definitely dedicated himself to God for the founding of a new society to undertake the evangelization of the ‘unreached’ inland provinces of
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China Inland Mission China Inland Mission was formed under a deep sense of China’s pressing need, and with earnest desire, constrained by the love of Christ and the hope of His coming, to obey His command to preach the Gospel to every creature. Its aim is, by the help of God, to bring the Chinese to a saving knowledge of the Love of God in Christ, by means of itinerant and localized work throughout the whole of the interior of China. Character: The Mission is Evangelical, and embraces members of all the leading Denominations of Christians. Methods: Were somewhat unusual and peculiar were adopted for working the newly-proposed organization. It was determined: 1. That duly qualified candidates for missionary labor should be accepted without restriction as to denomination, provided there was soundness in the faith in all fundamental truths.
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3. Missionaries would not go into debt and solicit funds. They could only minister to those connected with the Mission and as the funds from time to time might allow. 4. Support: The Mission is supported entirely by the free-will offerings of the Lord’s People. The needs of the work are laid before God in prayer, no personal solicitations or collections being authorized. No more expended than is thus received, going into debt is considered consistent with the principle of entire dependence upon God.
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J. Hudson Taylor in Chinese Apparel
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The China Inland Mission Building, the organization’s former London headquarters. Missionaries of the CIM in Chinese apparel are photographed with Hudson Taylor prior to their ship’s departure for China.
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Lammermuir Party sailed from London on May 26, 1866 to China. All were members of the China Inland Mission group .
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A tea party with Hudson Taylor in China.
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Hudson Taylor with a new group of Missionaries. Many were single women which was unheard of at the time.
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Born: 6 October 1843 England Died: July 31, 1904, Blonay, Switzerland · Settled with the Lammermuir party December 1866 in 1 Xin Kai Long (New Lane), Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China · Married to James Hudson Taylor, 28 November 1871 in Regent's Park Chapel, London, England · She became the stepmother to Taylor’s four surviving children and a successor to Maria as the “Mother of the Mission” Children · "Dai Cun-xin" Ernest Hamilton Taylor ane Elizabeth "Jennie" Faulding Taylor
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Hudson Taylor Charles Spurgeon George Muller “China, China, China is now ringing in our ears in that forcible, unique way in which Mr. Taylor utters it,” said Spurgeon.
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John Bost - musician - studied with Franz Lizst. He gave up m to establish orphanages and asylums for over 1000 people. He was an influential colleague Charles Spurgeon. Hudson Tay and George Muller.
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