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Charles Loring Brace

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Charles Loring Brace (19 June 1826 in Litchfield, Connecticut - 11 August 1890) was a contributing philanthropist in the field of social reform. He was most renowned for starting the Orphan Train movement of the mid-1800s.

 

History of CityTeam Ministries

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CityTeam Ministries is a non-profit organization serving the poor and homeless in San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, Portland, Seattle, Philadelphia and partnerships in over 7 other countries around the world. Since 1957, CityTeam has provided life-saving food, shelter, clothing, recovery programs, youth outreach, camp for at-risk inner city kids, discipleship and other essential care 365 days a year.

History of the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions

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The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) represents 300 rescue missions and other ministries that minister to homeless and poor people in the inner cities of the United States and Canada. It is part of the City Mission movement.

History of World Vision

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Alice Mildred Cable

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Alice Mildred Cable  (21 February 1878-30 April 1952) was born in Guildford, she was a British Protestant Christian missionary in China. She served with the China Inland Mission.

After over 20 years of missionary service in Huozhou, Shanxi, when they were certainly no longer young, Mildred together with Francesca French, and Evangeline French travelled throughout Gansu and Xinjiang. They became known together as the "trio".

Jonathan Goforth

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Wilfred Thomason Grenfell

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Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell, KCMG (February 28, 1865-October 9, 1940) was a medical missionary to Newfoundland and Labrador.

He was born at Parkgate, Wirral and married Anne Elizabeth Caldwell MacClanahan of Chicago, Illinois in 1909. She died in 1938. They had three children and retired to Vermont after his work in Newfoundland.

 

History of the U.S. Center for World Mission

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The United States Center for World Mission (USCWM) was founded by Dr. Ralph D. Winter and Roberta Winter in 1976, headquartered in Pasadena, California.

 

The History

The U.S. Center for World Mission was established in 1976 by Ralph and Roberta Winter.

William Carey

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E. Stanley Jones

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E. (Eli) Stanley Jones (1884-1973) was a 20th century Methodist Christian missionary and theologian.

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