Dr & Mrs HOWARD TAYLOR
James Hudson Taylor (1832-1905) was a Christian missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission (renamed Overseas Missionary Fellowship). He served there for 51 years, bringing over 800 missionaries to the country and personally baptizing an estimated 50,000 converts. He was famous for his commitment to cultural sensitivity, and has been referred to as one of the most significant figures in the history of China in the nineteenth century.
This is the classic biography written by his son Howard and daughter-in-law Geraldine, who also served as missionaries to China. It is the inspiring story of Taylor’s uncovering of the spiritual secret that paved the way for the China Inland Mission to become a reality.
This classic title has sold hundreds of thousands of copies since its original publication in 1932. Hendrickson introduces a lovely edition, re-typeset and redesigned, a perfect gift for anyone who wants to replace the old paperback or who is encountering Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret for the first time.
God will meet your every need. It is possible to live a life that is totally dependent on Christ for everything. The many miraculous answers to prayer that missionary Hudson Taylor experienced are exciting testimonies of God’s gracious provision. His life illustrates:
––What is needed to endure trials
––How faith is strengthened
––How to rely on the promises of God
––The rewards of sacrifice and perseverance
––How to discern God’s purpose for your life
Through Hudson Taylor’s example, discover how you, too, can overcome hardships, experience miracles, and enjoy a life of contagious faith and joy. By following scriptural principles, you can know the fulfillment of God’s perfect will for your life.
“Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee; because he trusteth in thee.”
About the Author
Dr. Frederick Howard Taylor(1862 1946)was the second son of James Hudson Taylor, founder of the China Inland Mission and followed in his father s footsteps to serve as a medical missionary in China. In 1894 he married Mary Geraldine Guinness, a friend from childhood who also served as a CIM missionary in China. Together they authored several books, including a comprehensive history of the China Inland Mission.”