We've all heard of missionaries like Livingstone and Hudson Taylor and their fearless exploits. But what about their supporters who made it possible?
Benjamin Broomhall, Hudson Taylor's brother-in-law, was one of the best-known Victorian laymen of his day. Through the China Inland Mission he was a prominent figure in Britain often speaking on missions and familiar to Cabinet Ministers as he fought against slavery and opium. He never travelled to China but had a great influence on God's work through the hundreds he sent out, including his own children.
'Engrossing...Benjamin Broomhall enabled Hudson Taylor's vision to pass from dream to reality.' - Rosemary Dowsett, OMF International
Re-issued to coincide with Hudson Taylors centernery