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How indigenous Christian movements radically transformed entire communities.
The first evangelical missionary to India set out to prove that the gospel does not destroy culture but transforms it from within.
If you don't know the inner strength of an Indian woman with a divine call, you haven't met Pandita Ramabai.
Interesting facts about Christianity in India
For India's "untouchable" Christians, relating their faith to the surrounding culture was no simple matter.
Combining the lifestyle of an ascetic "holy man" with the devotion of a Christian visionary, Sadhu Sundar Singh became for many a symbol of authentically Indian Christianity.
How do Christian beliefs relate to Indian philosophy and culture? These Indian thinkers came up with different answers.
Catholicism emerged out of decline and disarray to become the largest Christian community in India.
What was the exotic, distant land of Burma like? Ann Judson's memoirs gave 19th-century Americans a Provocative glimpse.
Interesting and little-known facts about the Judsons and other early American missionaries.
As a preacher, Translator, prisoner, Husband, and homeland hero, Adoniram Judson demonstrated his conviction that a missionary is a missionary for life.
Both near and far, the Judson legacy endures.
The music of missions
Oppressed women around the globe await those willing to carry on the legacy of Pandita Ramabai.
How a "Holy Ghost revival" among child widows in India became an international sensation and a local wellspring of Christian outreach.
Father of modern Protestant missions
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