Issue 90 : Adoniram & Ann Judson: American Mission Pioneers
Originally published in 2006
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Table of Contents
Interesting and little-known facts about the Judsons and other early American missionaries.
In New Orleans, the saints go marching on.
The young American republic was ready to break new frontiers-at home and abroad. It's no wonder missionary pioneers Adoniram and Ann Judson were the "American Idols" of their day.
As a preacher, Translator, prisoner, Husband, and homeland hero, Adoniram Judson demonstrated his conviction that a missionary is a missionary for life.
By bravely going where no American wife had gone before, Ann Hasseltine Judson inspired generations of women to become missionaries.
What was the exotic, distant land of Burma like? Ann Judson's memoirs gave 19th-century Americans a Provocative glimpse.
The Early Missions Movement: America goes global
Separation, seasickness, and study prepared early American missionaries for the ardors of the work ahead.
A Kaleidoscope of evangelists
Both near and far, the Judson legacy endures.
Women against sexual trafficking.
What I learned from reading the letters of Ignatius of Antioch.