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Missions

Missions and World Christianity

2005

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E. Stanley Jones Had A Wife: The Life And Missiological Contributions Of Dr. Mabel Lossing Jones, Missionary To India, 1878-1978, Kathryn Reese Hendershot Mar 2005

E. Stanley Jones Had A Wife: The Life And Missiological Contributions Of Dr. Mabel Lossing Jones, Missionary To India, 1878-1978, Kathryn Reese Hendershot

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This dissertation presents a chronological survey of the life and mission of Mabel Lossing Jones. Mabel was commissioned to India in 1904 by the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. She served as a missionary at the Khandwa Girls' Orphanage, and later trained teachers at the Lai Bagh School in Lucknow, India. Mabel was singled out in June of 1909 by the British Colonial government to start a teacher training school in Hawa Bagh. After a furlough, she returned to India as a missionary for the Methodist Episcopal Church, and married E. Stanley Jones in 1911 ...


The Home Mission Board Of The Southern Baptist Convention In Panama, 1905-1974: Analysis Of The Strategy To Establish Indigenous Congregations, Gleen Edwin Nicholson Jan 2005

The Home Mission Board Of The Southern Baptist Convention In Panama, 1905-1974: Analysis Of The Strategy To Establish Indigenous Congregations, Gleen Edwin Nicholson

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No abstract provided.


The Girl-Child In Latin America: A Case Study Analysis Of Gender-Sensitive Theories And Practices Operating Within Five Children's Mission Projects, Desiree Segura-April Jan 2005

The Girl-Child In Latin America: A Case Study Analysis Of Gender-Sensitive Theories And Practices Operating Within Five Children's Mission Projects, Desiree Segura-April

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No abstract provided.