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.
by J. Hudson Taylor. The story of his early life to his early missionary
experience in China. Chapters 1-9. eBook
Taylor's Spiritual Secret (Moody Classics) by Dr. & Mrs. Howard Taylor. Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 2009. ISBN 0802456588.
272 pages. First published in 1932.
Taylor by J. Hudson Taylor. Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House Publishers,
1987. ISBN 0871239515. 160 pages. Autobiography. Also
issued under title A Retrospect.
It is Not Death to Die: A New Biography of Hudson Taylor by Jim Cromarty. Fearn,
Ross-shire: Christian Focus, 2014. ISBN 1845503678. 499 pages. Reprint. First published 2001.
more recommended Missionary biographies.
Dyer Taylor (1837-1870): Daughter of one of the first
missionaries to China, she was orphaned at the age of 10.
She was a missionary to China when she married Hudson Taylor,
January 20, 1858. They had seven children: Grace, Herbert Hudson,
Frederick Howard (who would later co-author Hudson's biography),
Samuel, Maria, Charles Edward, and Noel. Being fluent in the Ningpo
dialect, she helped Hudson with translation work. They had been married
for 12 1/2 years when at 33 yrs. of age, Maria died of cholera in 1870.
She was a "tower of strength" and a comfort to her husband.
In her own words, she was "more intimately acquainted
than anyone else can be with his trials, his temptations, his conflicts,
his failures and failings, and his conquests."
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.