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BREAKTHROUGH, LEGACY, RESPONSE: REFOCUSING ON HUDSON TAYLOR
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Did You Know: Hudson and Maria Taylor’s Wedding

Four days after Maria’s 21st birthday, on January 20, 1858, Hudson Taylor, wearing a Chinese dress and with a queue down his back, and Maria in her western gray silk dress and bridal veil were married at the British Consulate in Ningbo. The civil ceremony was witnessed by twenty-four friends

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Did You Know: Hudson Taylor’s Christmas Story

On Christmas day, 1856, the missionary compound had a party where a friendship between Hudson Taylor and Maria Dyer developed.  For a time Hudson Taylor forgot his troubles of loneliness and prospect in China that was under long shadows of war.  He wrote to his sister Amelia, “We had a

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Did You Know: On Hudson and The Cannon Ball

When Hudson Taylor first arrived in Shanghai in late 1854, it was during the Taiping rebellion (1850-64).  He was almost hit by a cannon ball from the missile fired by the Imperial Army.  Hudson Taylor sent the cannon ball that almost hit him to his family as a Christmas present.

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Did You Know: On Hudson and Maria Taylor’s resting sites

Hudson Taylor was buried alongside Maria, his first wife, in Zhenjiang in 1905. The search for Hudson and Maria Taylor’s tombs began in 1983. As both had passed away so long ago, the Public Security Bureau directed the 11 members of the Taylor’s family to the local museum. Through leaving

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Short Stories: Hudson Taylor on Flora and Fauna

 “And why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one of these.” – Matthew 6:28-29   When young, Hudson Taylor began an early love

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