Adoniram Judson - America's First Foreign Missionary
Edited by Faith Coxe Bailey
Adoniram Judson - America's First Foreign Missionary, edited by Faith Coxe Bailey, recounts the remarkable journey of Adoniram Judson. Although he started out as an atheist in a preacher's household, he eventually became a pioneering Baptist missionary in Burma (now Myanmar) during the early 19th century. Despite the many challenges he faced while spreading the gospel in a foreign land, Judson persevered with unwavering faith and determination. Through his efforts, he established the first American mission in Burma and translated the Bible into the Burmese language. This book shines a light on his perseverance and devotion to our Lord, making it a valuable resource for those interested in the history of missions and the spread of Christianity.
This product is part of our Heritage Series—a collection of classic books reprinted to preserve history and spiritual values.
(208 pages, hardback)