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The triumph of John and Betty Stam
Mary Geraldine Guinness Taylor
|Statement||by Mrs. Howard Taylor.|
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|Pagination||126 p.  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||126|
Recently I read the biography of John and Betty was a short, powerful work. John and Betty Stam were missionaries to the villages of an Asian country in the early 20 th century during a Communist takeover of that country. They had a 7 month old daughter, Helen, and a fruitful work there in Asia. John and Betty Stam. One of the most well-known martyrdoms in the history of Christianity in China occurred in December , when a young American missionary couple, John and Betty Stam, were beheaded in Anhui Province along with a Chinese Christian named Zhang Shuisheng, who had pleaded for the Stams’ release.
The names John and Betty Stam may be as unfamiliar to some as they were to the writer of this article. But grab a copy of The Triumph of John and Betty Stam and let that writer, Mrs. Howard Taylor, take you back to the time when their names were front-page news around the hed in the mid s, just months after the martyrdom of the young missionary . A young Christian in England, after reading The Triumph of John and Betty Stam, by Mrs. Howard Taylor’s wrote, “I am sure that no one can read this book without being deeply moved, for it is just like another chapter in the book of Acts! In the annals of missionary service, perhaps none can compare with this pair.
The Stams’ story has been recorded in multiple biographies and other works, including The Triumph of John and Betty Stam written in by Geraldine Taylor of the CIM. Eighty years later, the Stams’ story is perhaps not as well known as other, more recent and popularized stories of martyrdom, but their example can still have an impact. Online Library Triumph Of John And Betty Stam Triumph Of John And Betty Stam If you ally habit such a referred triumph of john and betty stam book that will provide you worth, acquire the unconditionally best seller from us currently from several preferred authors. If you desire to witty books, lots of novels.
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I first read The Triumph of John and Betty Stamm in the mid's when I first became a Christian as a young adult. I have never, ever, forgotten it. It was a seminal book for me to read at a time when I was READY to learn a deeper trust in God/5(16).
The book contained personal writings from both John and Betty, and they were both encouraging and thought-provoking. It would make a It's a short read about the lives and martyrdom of John and Betty Stam during the short career as missionaries in China/5.
John and Betty Stam continue to this day to be lights in a fallen and dark world. In life and in death, their only motivation was to follow the Lord, and they fully believed, as did the Apostle Paul, that "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain."/5(18).
Get this from a library. The triumph of John and Betty Stam. [Geraldine Taylor; School of Tomorrow.; Accelerated Christian Education, Inc.
(Lewisville, Tex.)]. John Stam was born in in Paterson, NJ, and Betty (Scott) Stam was born in in Albion, MI. They met each other at Moody Bible Institute, where both felt God’s leading to China. Betty went to China in as a missionary of the China Inland Mission (CIM).
The story of John and Betty Stam is best told by Geraldine Taylor--daughter-in-law to Hudson Taylor, the man who founded the China Inland Mission--in her classic work The The triumph of John and Betty Stam book of John and Betty Stam. John and Betty met each other at Moody Bible Institute and since Betty was a year older than John, she sailed for China as a missionary in The triumph of John and Betty Stam Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. The year Americans John and Betty Stam were serving as missionaries in China. One morning Betty was bathing her three-month-old daughter Helen Priscilla Stam when Tsingteh's city magistrate appeared.
Communist forces were near, he warned, and urged the Stams to flee. So John Stam went out to investigate the situation for himself.
This ACE Required Resource book may be read independently or used in conjunction with the High School Bible Elective: Introduction to Missions PACE curriculum. This story of the life and martyrdom of John and Betty Stam highlights the triumph of believers in the face of pain and suffering.
pages, hardcover. The Triumph of John and Betty Stam by Geraldine TaylorBrand: Accelerated Christian Education. The Triumph of John and Betty Stam, p. Recently I read the biography of John and Betty Stam. It was a short, powerful work. John and Betty Stam were missionaries to the villages of an Asian country in the early 20th century during a Communist takeover of that country.
They had a 7 month old daughter, Helen, and a fruitful work there in Asia. The Triumph of John and Betty Stam by Taylor, Howard Mrs; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Missions; Places: China; People: John Cornelius Stam (), Elisabeth Alden Scott Stam ().
The Triumph of John and Betty Stam. Mrs. Howard Taylor. China Inland Mission, - Martyrs - pages. 1 Review. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. LibraryThing Review User Review - judyg54 - LibraryThing. What a testimony this book is of two people who made a difference for their Lord.
This story is all about 5/5(1). This coming Monday marks the eightieth anniversary of the martyrdom of John and Betty Stam on December 8, John and Betty, respectively, served as missionaries in China for only two and three years. They were viewed as ideal young missionaries in many ways and as having excellent potential for a long career of fruitful service.
The Triumph of John and Betty Stam Chapter 38 - Each Step of the Way When the Lamb broke the fifth seal, I saw underneath the altar the souls of those who had been slain because of the word of God, and because of the testimony which they had maintained.
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(Mrs. Howard Taylor, The Triumph of John and Betty Stam). The Stams left behind a three month old daughter, who they had hidden with ten dollars tucked in her blanket. As Taylor explained, John and Betty Stam were reunited after death. In honor of the anniversary, I’m giving away a copy of my book John and Betty Stam: Missionary martyrs (Christian Focus, ).
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John and Betty Stam John and Betty Stam. Today marks the eightieth anniversary of the martyrdom of John and Betty Stam on December 8, John and Betty, respectively, served as missionaries in China for only two and three years.The Free Triumph of John and Betty Stam PDF Download book provides a source of you who are reading but this book Triumph of John and Betty Stam PDF Kindle is not solt in bookstores do not worry on our website we provide Triumph of John and Betty Stam PDF Online you can get the book Triumph of John and Betty Stam easily, just click download you.This story of the life and martyrdom of John and Betty Stam highlights the triumph of believers in the face of pain and suffering.
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