Jim Wilson is the retired director of Community Christian Ministries in Moscow, Idaho. He will be posting regularly, so check back in soon!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Recommended Biographies

We got a few interested requests for biographies. I am sending out a selected list to all of you. I will start with the biographies which had an early influence on my life during the years 1950 to 1957.

“A Prisoner and Yet” by Corrie ten Boom (Holland and the Jews in Nazi camps)

David Brainerds Diary (American Indians pre American Revolution)

CT Studd by Norman Grubb (China, India and Africa)

Martin Luther by J. H. Merle D’Aubigne’

Amy Carmichael of Dohnarour by Frank Houghton

“Behind the Ranges” by Geraldine Taylor (James Fraser with the Lisu people of SW China)

George Mueller of Bristol by A.T. Pierson (Orphans)

John Sung (Evangelical in China)

Pastor HSI (Opium addict and Chinese scholar)

Biographies after 1957:

“To the Golden Shore” (Adoniram Judson, Baptist missionary in Burma)

“Delighted in God” (George Müller)

“Mountain Rain” (James Fraser)

George Mueller’s Autobiography

Recent Biographies (four about Africans)

Festo Kivengere (Uganda)

“Out of the Black Shadows” (Stephen Lungu, Zimbabwe)

“Faith Under Fire” (Rutajaire, Rwanda 1994)

“Warriors of Ethiopia” (Dick McLellan)

Dr. Saeed of Iran

Breakthrough DVD on James Fraser (30 minutes - check on Amazon)

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