Missionary+station

  • 1 missionary station — noun an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work • Syn: ↑mission, ↑missionary post, ↑foreign mission • Derivationally related forms: ↑missioner (for: ↑mission) …

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  • 2 missionary post — noun an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work • Syn: ↑mission, ↑missionary station, ↑foreign mission • Derivationally related forms: ↑missioner (for: ↑mission) …

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  • 3 Missionary: Impossible — Missionary Impossible The Simpsons episode The members of PBS chase Homer. Among them are The Teletubbies, Fred Rogers and Betty White. Episo …

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  • 4 Robert Morrison (missionary) — Robert Morrison First Protestant Missionary to China Born 5 January 1782(1782 01 05) Bullers Green, Morpeth, Northumberland, England …

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  • 5 Jurisdiction, Missionary —    A portion of a State or Territory set apart for the missionary work of the American Church, to the oversight of which a Missionary Bishop has been appointed, is so called. The term Missionary Jurisdiction is also applied to the foreign field… …

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  • 6 Peniel Missionary Society — The Peniel Mission was an interdenominational holiness missionary organisation that was started in Los Angeles, California in 1895 by Theodore Pollock Ferguson (1853 1920) and Manie Payne Ferguson (1850 1932) as an outgrowth of their Peniel… …

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  • 7 William Anderson (missionary) — Infobox Person name =Reverend William Anderson image size =150px caption =Missionary to Southern Africa birth date =1 December 1769 birth place =London, United Kingdom death date =24 September 1852 death place =Pacaltsdorp, South Africa other… …

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  • 8 James Chalmers (missionary) — James Chalmers (4 August 1841 – 8 April 1901) was a Scottish born missionary, active in New Guinea.Early lifeJames Chalmers was born in the fishing village of Ardrishaig, Argyleshire, Scotland, the only son of an Aberdonian stonemason. The family …

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  • 9 Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church (Mobile, Alabama) — Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church No.1 U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 10 Mission (station) — This article is about the missionary place. For the LA Metro station, see Mission (LACMTA station). The Mission San Gabriel Arcángel in San Gabriel, California. A religious mission or mission station is a location for missionary work. While… …

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  • 11 Aggressive Christianity Missionary Training Corps — The Aggressive Christianity Missionary Training Corps (ACMTC, aka Free Love Ministries and Life Force Team) is an American absolutist, military structured, intentional community.[citation needed] Founded in 1981 by Generals Jim and Lila Green,… …

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  • 12 John Birch (missionary) — John Morrison Birch (May 8, 1918 ndash; August 25, 1945) was an American Military Intelligence Officer and a Baptist Missionary in World War II who was shot by armed supporters of the Communist Party of China. Some politically conservative groups …

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  • 13 Rhenish Missionary Society — The Rhenish Missionary Society ( Rhenish of the river Rhine ) was one of the largest missionary societies in Germany. Formed from smaller missions founded as far back as 1799, the Society was amalgamated on 23 September 1828, and its first… …

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  • 14 John Philip (missionary) — Dr John Philip (14 April 1775 27 August 1851), was a missionary in South Africa. Philip was born at Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland to a local schoolmaster. After starting as an apprentice to a linen draper in Leven, and working as a clerk in Dundee,… …

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  • 15 Needles (Amtrak station) — Needles The original Needles Station and El Garces Hotel. Station statistics Address 900 Front Street …

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  • 16 William Goodell (missionary) — William Goodell (1792 1867) was an American missionary. He was born at Templeton, Mass., educated at Phillips Academy (Andover), Dartmouth College, and Andover Theological Seminary. He was accepted as a missionary by the American Board and at the …

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  • 17 Zoshigaya Missionary Museum — The nihongo|Zoshigaya Missionary Museum|雑司が谷旧宣教師館|Zōshigaya Kyū Senkyōshi kan is located at 1 25 5 Zōshigaya, Toshima, Tokyo. The museum is closest to Zōshigaya Station on the Toden Arakawa Line and the newly opened Fukutoshin Line (Tokyo Metro) …

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  • 18 George W. Hunter (missionary) — George W. Hunter (Chinese name: 胡进洁) (1861 December 20, 1946) was a Scottish Protestant Christian missionary in China and Turkestan. He served with the China Inland Mission.Hunter was born in Kincardineshire, and spent his childhood on Deeside.… …

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  • 19 mission station — noun : a place of missionary residence in or from which missionary activity in a given area is carried on …

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  • 20 THRELKELD, Lancelot Edward (1788-1859) — missionary to the aborigines and scholar son of Samuel Joseph Threlkeld, was born in England on 20 October 1788. He was well educated, and in 1814 the London Missionary Society accepted him as a missionary to the heathen. In the following year he …

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