|J. Hudson Taylor (1832-1905) was an English missionary to China. Founded the China Inland Mission which at his death included 205 mission stations with over 800 missionaries, and 125,000 Chinese Christians.|
|Life and Ministry of James
Hudson Taylor. by Ed Reese.
J. Hudson Taylor. Short biography.
James Hudson Taylor. Founder of China Inland Mission.
J. Hudson Taylor: God's Mighty Man of Prayer.
J. Hudson Taylor: Founder of China Inland Mission.
J. Hudson Taylor, Founder of the China Inland Mission.
Hudson Taylor: Pioneer and Builder.
Conversion of J. Hudson Taylor: Founder of China Inland Mission.
Hudson Taylor. Chronology of his life.
The Exchanged Life. Letter by Hudson Taylor to his sister Amelia.
Echoes from Glory. Selective sayings/portrait of Taylor.
Hudson Taylor. Short biography for young people.
Portrait of Hudson Taylor. PDF
eBooks about Hudson Taylor.
Jennie Faulding Taylor (1843-1904): Another CIM missionary, she became the second wife of Hudson Taylor in 1871. They had two children (a son, Ernest, born in 1875 and a daughter, Amy, born in 1876), plus the four from his previous marriage and an adopted daughter. Jennie cared for her husband through injury and illness, edited the periodical China's Millions for the China Inland Mission, had a special ministry among the women. In her later years she traveled with Hudson Taylor, speaking, writing, and organizing the work of the Mission. She died in 1904, preceding Hudson Taylor who died in 1905.
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