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Records of the World Evangelical Fellowship - Collection 338

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Historical Background of the World Evangelical Fellowship

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

Other Information Which Will Be Helpful to the User of This Guide

Lists of Audio Tapes, Books, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Periodicals, and Photographs in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Books
    Negatives
    Oversize Materials
    Periodicals
    Photographs
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)



Brief Description.
Correspondence, reports, minutes, budgets, audio tapes, photographs, and more relating to the origins and ongoing activities of WEF, a Protestant evangelical organization created in 1951 to foster fellowship, cooperation, and communication between evangelical national and regional associations around the world. Topics documented include the formation of WEF; the periodic international conferences and consultations it sponsored; its commissions on theology, missions, communications, women's issues, church renewal and development; the gradual growth of non-Westerners in influence and authority in the Fellowship; the activities of evangelical Protestants in many parts of the world; the leadership of J. Elwin Wright, Clyde Taylor, Waldron Scott, David Howard, and Theodore Williams, among others.


Collection 338 [May 6, 2013]
World Evangelical Fellowship; 1951-
Records; 1926-1992; n.d.
103 Boxes (103 DC, 45.9 cubic feet); 28 Audio Tapes, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Photographs

Restrictions

All files in which the most recent document is ten (10) years old or less are closed to researchers.


Historical Background

The World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF) had roots in the Evangelical Alliance formed in 1846, but its immediate beginnings were in the late 1940s when United States evangelical leaders, who had just formed the National Association of Evangelicals (NEA), began to discuss with church leaders in other countries the possibilities of some kind of international federation of national associations. J. Elwin Wright, who had played a major role in forming the NAE, also took the lead in this, first as executive director of the NAE, then as head of the Association's Commission on International Relations. He met with representatives of the Evangelical Alliance in 1948 and worked with Sir Arthur Smith of the Alliance to bring together delegates from twelve countries at Hildenborough Hall in Kent, England in March 1950 and at a similar meeting at Gordon Divinity School in Boston in September of the same year.

Following these meetings, Wright and Clyde Taylor, another evangelical leader very active in missions and international projects, traveled to visit evangelical leaders in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe to sound them out about the creation of an international organization. They found a generally favorable response and a call for an organizing convention was issued. The meeting (called the International Convention of Evangelicals) was to be held at Woudschoten hostel near the town of Zeist in the Netherlands from August 5-11, 1951. Forty-six people attended as delegates from eighteen countries. Including visitors and observers, there were 104 people from twenty-one countries at the convention. Geographically, almost all of the delegates were from Western Europe or North America. The meeting adopted for the new organization a constitution, a statement of faith, and a name: the World Evangelical Fellowship. The purposes of the Fellowship were defined as: "The furtherance of the Gospel, the defence and confirmation of the Gospel, and fellowship in the Gospel." More specifically, commissions were set up to promote evangelism, coordinate activities as far as possible between mission agencies, coordinate the activities of Christian literature producers, and speak up in defense of Christian liberties and persecuted minorities. Delegates also emphasized that the Fellowship should be positive for Christian truth, rather than negative in seeking out error. Membership consisted of national fellowships. The first president was Sir Arthur Smith, and F. Roy Cattell and J. Elwin Wright were elected co-secretaries. Cattell, based in England, was to do most of the administrative work while Wright would visit national associations. All early officers of the Fellowship were unpaid volunteers. Because delegates from several European countries would not accept the word "infallible" in the statement of faith, they refused to join the WEF but instead formed the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA). The two organizations worked together on various projects and, in 1968, the EEA did formally affiliate itself with the Fellowship.

The character of the Fellowship developed and changed over time. The most visible signs of the WEF's activities were its publications, scholarships for theological students, and meetings of evangelical leaders. One of its major functions was to serve as a conduit for the exchange of information and opinions between church leaders in different countries. The staff was usually very small and most of the work of the Fellowship fell to its chief executive officer, whose title often changed but was usually called a secretary or a director. Until 1974, it was a part time position. In fact, Wright was an important financial supporter of the Fellowship. The main executive officers were: J. Elwin Wright (1951-1959), F. Roy Cattell (1951-1953), Arthur Jack Dain (1956-1959), Fred Ferris, (1959-1962), Gilbert Kirby (1962-1966), Dennis Clark (1966-1970), Gordon Landreth (1970-1971), Clyde Taylor (1970-1975), Waldron Scott (1974-1980), Wade Coggins (1981-1982), David Howard (1982-1992), and Agustin Vencer (1992- ). The office of the organization was usually the office of the secretary or director and so moved frequently, often to some location within the United States. In late 1986, an international headquarters was opened in Singapore. From that point on, this office was the main base for the Fellowship. The location of the office in Singapore symbolized the gradual increase of the importance of non-Western church leaders in the Fellowship and the effort to make its programs and deliberations truly representative of global Christianity.

There were also regional offices, which often were centered around one of the more prominent or active WEF members in that part of the world. The North American office was particularly important. Throughout its history, the Fellowship was dependent for financial support on persons and organizations in the United States. This is part of the reason for the predominant influence of Americans during the early history of the Fellowship. At various times the staff tried fund raising projects, such as SHARE or Global Deacons, to create a more secure financial base for the organization, but these were largely unsuccessful. The pinch caused by lack of funds was a constant theme in WEF documents. Much of the fund-raising, as mentioned, was done in the United States. For this purpose, the Commission on International Relations of the American NAE was incorporated in 1955 as the USA board of the WEF. The corporation functioned informally and later formally as the North American regional office of WEF.

One of the major activities of WEF was the holding of its General Assemblies, at which representatives from the affiliated national associations would gather together to exchange reports about activities, discuss common problems, and plan for the future. A complete list of these Assemblies can be found on page 15 of this guide. The 1974 General Assembly was held in Switzerland from July 26 to 29, partly to be near the International Congress on World Evangelization being held in Lausanne from

July 16 to 25. This meeting, sponsored by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, brought together evangelical church leaders, many of them participants to some degree in WEF, to talk about ways and means of evangelizing the world. After the meeting, a continuation committee carried on this work. There were continual talks between the two organizations about how they could cooperate, since their purposes and members seemed to overlap to a large extent. The Executive Council of WEF even proposed at one point that the Lausanne group become the Fellowship's commission on evangelism, but nothing ever came of this.

In between assemblies, the highest official governing body of the Fellowship was the Executive Council (called the Executive Committee until 1969; the name was later changed to the International Council), which was elected at Assemblies, along with the President and other officers who were de facto members of the group. During the early days of the Fellowship, day-to-day or for that matter month-to-month decisions fell to the executive secretary because the Council was scattered all over the world. A secretary might go for years before he was able to make a report to a fully or almost fully assembled Executive Council.

Throughout its history, the Fellowship formed commissions to prepare publications and plan meetings or other projects in certain topical areas, such as youth work, or Christian education. Starting in 1974, these commissions began to play a much more important part in the life of the organization. Of particular importance was the Theological Commission headed by Bruce Nicholls. He began the Fellowship's Theological Assistance Programme (TAP) informally in 1968 (it was officially organized in 1969), which was initially most active in Asia but eventually expanded to other parts of the world. TAP published journals, such as the Evangelical Review of Theology, as well as books and pamphlets, held meetings on theological topics, established accreditation standards for seminaries and gave money to schools to build up their biblical libraries. In 1974, TAP became the WEF's Theological Commission. The International Council of Accrediting Agencies (ICAA), which was organized in 1980 as an autonomous organization under the sponsorship of the Commission, served as a means of improving theological education in many parts of the world and coordinating accreditation efforts.

Other commissions were more or less active, depending on their membership. They include Communications, Missions, Women's Concerns (initially called the International Forum of Evangelical Women), Church Renewal, Religious Liberty and Youth. The International Relief and Development Agency functioned much like a commission, helped to coordinate relief efforts made by existing evangelical relief agencies. Like the Theological Commission, two of their major activities were publication of newsletters and the holding of conferences and consultations on relevant topics.

The mission of the Fellowship in 1994, as described in the WEF's newsletter, read: "The World Evangelical Fellowship and its member organizations enable local churches to fulfill their spiritual mandate to disciple the nations by providing them with a global identity and presence, a structure for fellowship and cooperation, an international forum and a representative voice, and a network of information resources for holistic ministries. This is accomplished primarily through the strategy of establishing and strengthening regional and national evangelical fellowships and alliances."


Scope and Content

[NOTE: In the Scope & Content section, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]

The records of the WEF include correspondence, reports, agendas and minutes of meetings, newsletters, budgets, audio tapes, photographs and much miscellaneous material. The records were received from a variety of sources, especially the North American office of the WEF, but also former officials of the organization or their families who sent their files. These were all combined to make up the collection.

The arrangement of the overall collection was provided by the archivist, but in each individual section below he maintained the original order of the files where that was discernable. First, there is a section of historical files, which are materials gathered by David Howard for his history of WEF, The Dream That Would Not Die: The Birth and Growth of the World Evangelical Fellowship 1846-1986 (Exter: Paternoster Press, c1986). Next, in part II, are the files of the chief administrator of the Fellowship, who at various times was called co-secretary, international secretary, general secretary, and general director. These are followed in part III by the Presidents' files. Part IV has the files of other officers. Part V contains the records of the various offices of WEF, such as the North American office. Whenever possible, the original folder titles have been retained. This means, for example, that material on Taiwan may be found in files marked "China," "Formosa," or "Taiwan," and material about Sri Lanka may be under that name or under "Ceylon."

Because of the extremely wide variety of topics covered by the material in this collection, this scope and content note will not attempt to describe the information available on specific topics. The researcher should check the container list for the names, times periods or countries he/she is interested in. A few specific folders are mentioned in these pages solely as examples of the rich resources this collection contains.

The records provide fairly complete documentation for the Fellowship from its founding in 1951 down to the mid-1980s, except for a gap from 1962-1970. Topics covered include the organizational history of the Fellowship; the gradual increase of non-Western Church leaders in numbers and influence within WEF (see for example folder 40-3 and the correspondence in folders 56-5 to 56-1, 58-1); the programs of the General Assemblies, which often deal with then current concerns of the church; leadership discussions; etc. There is also a great deal of information in some of the later files about attempts to create some kind of ongoing relationship with the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization (LCWE), especially since, to many people, the functions of the two organizations seemed to overlap (see, for example, files 4-3, 24-4, 40-21 through 29, 67-8, 95-12, and 101-29). Fundraising as an activity of the Fellowship was also naturally a continuing concern, whether through formal programs such as SHARE and Global Deacons, or through direct solicitation of individuals. See, for example, folders 3-7 thorugh 4-1, 11-9, 12-6, 12-7, 12-12, 14-31, 17-24, 33-8, 56-4, 60-5, 78-1, and 98-7 through 98-11, among many others.

The collection is also an excellent source of information on evangelical Protestant leaders, movements, and organizations in different parts of the world. The files contain many brochures, letters, and other documents received from evangelicals in different parts of the world reporting on their activities and problems and on social, economic, and political factors that affect the church. Besides the hundreds of such paper reports, there are also the regional and national reports on the tapes from the 8th General Assembly in 1986 (See Audio Tape Location Record, T10-T26). Also, WEF officers often traveled to visit church leadership in different areas and the files often include their reports evaluating what they learned. For example, folder 8-1 contains reports on the church in Cuba, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Israel, Japan, Hong Kong and the Philippines; folders 56-5 to 57-1 contain information on evangelicals in the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, and East Africa; folder 60-4 contains a report on a trip to Norway; folder 60-6 contains information on evangelicals in various European countries such as Spain, Italy, Portugal and Belgium (as well as interesting reports on meetings of the EEA, the WCC and the 1990 World Congress of Christian Fundamentalists, attended by Ian Paisley and Carl McIntire). Another topic is the success or failure of various attempts between evangelical organizations to cooperate on specific projects. The files also contain papers given at conferences, including WEF General Assemblies, on topics such as missions, church renewal, social justice, relations between evangelicals and Roman Catholics, and other topics of interest to church leaders.

The growth of non-Western churches in numbers, strength and influence is another major topic of these records (see, for example, the national reports from the various General Assemblies). Also of interest is information on non-Western missionary efforts, such as the reports on Brazilian, Korean and West African missionaries in folder 59-6 and the report on programs for training Third World missionaries in folder 59-3. Many folders contain information on the formation of the National Association of Evangelicals in the United States, including 11-2 and 11-7. Others deal with controversies involving Carl McIntire and the International Council of Christian Churches, a kind of fundamentalist rival to the WEF (folders 10-18, 11-2, 15-24, 60-6).

Billy Graham was a friend of many of the WEF leaders, and information about him and the work of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) is scattered in various folders, mainly the earlier ones. Folder 7-2 contains information on the financial support which the BGEA gave to the Fellowship, as well as reports on the 1957 New York City Crusade. Folder 58-4 contains a description of Clyde's Taylor informal responsibilities as liaison for Graham with WEF and NAE. Folder 7-9 includes a letter from Wright to Billy Graham suggesting he call a national meeting of American evangelicals. Because the BGEA was the major sponsor of the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization (also known as the Lausanne Congress), much of the material mentioned above about Lausanne also contains documents by BGEA staff members,

Part I. Historical Files (boxes 1 through 6). The materials in this section contain much useful background information of WEF. They were gathered by then general director David Howard when he was working on his book about the Fellowship. Many files contain Howard's notes on WEF history, others contain actual documents or, in some cases, paraphrases. Folders 4-5 through 4-12 contain documents used in the book, although most of the other folders in this section also have materials used directly in the book. The section contains relatively few original documents, however; most of the materials are copies. There are a number of letters that people like Gilbert Kirby (4-7) and Elizabeth Evans (1-24) and a tape from Clyde Taylor (T4), among others, sent to Howard containing their own memories of WEF events. There are also scattered through these files many notes by Howard on WEF files, such as the lists of officers and General Assemblies in folder 5-12.

Part II. Secretaries/Directors (boxes 7 through 55, 82 through 90). This section contains the files of the chief executive of the Fellowship, with a subsection for each individual. Thus, the files of J. Elwin Wright are listed together in the container list of this guide. The actual name of this post changed greatly over time, from co-secretary to secretary to executive secretary to international secretary to international director and probably other permutations. However, the basic task remained the same: representing the WEF at various conferences (other WEF officials such as the president also did this), supervising special projects and the production of publications; monitoring expenditures; and directing long range planning on the Fellowship's goals and methods. The files in this section make up a little more than half of the collection and there are references to many, many evangelical leaders, projects, and movements around the world, far too many to attempt to refer to them in this note. J. Elwin Wright and Clyde Taylor were very active in WEF whether or not they happened to be officers, so their files contain correspondence and reports from times even when they were not serving as general secretary. The Archives does not have the WEF files of F. Roy Cattell, A. Jack Dain, Gilbert Kirby, or Dennis Clark. Of particular note is the material in folder 11-8 which deals with the evolution of the NAE's Commission on International Relations into the WEF's United States board.

The arrangement of the files varies somewhat from secretary to secretary and the archivist attempted to maintain the original order where possible. Most files are in a strict alphabetical order. Clyde Taylor's files were rather confused, so they were alphabetized by the archivist. Some folders such as that for Australia (folder 22-9) contain correspondence from previous general secretaries, which he apparently had kept for reference.

Waldron Scott's files in boxes 33 through 55 and 82 through 87 are arranged somewhat differently. First, there are several groups of files arranged by topic and then alphabetically within the topic: Administration (33-4 through 33-30); Materials concerning WEF's various commissions such as the Communications Commission or the Theological Commission (33-31 through 35-2), General, which includes clippings and articles that Scott gathered on topics of interest, such as neo-fundamentalism or evangelical trends, as well as miscellaneous files (35-5 through 35-25), correspondence from and information about various foreign mission societies or organizations involved in missions (35-28 through 39-19); correspondence with and information about various national associations of evangelicals, some of which were affiliated with WEF (39-20 thorough 40-8); files about WEF publications (40-10 through 40-15); and files about WEF's relationships with various other significant Christian organizations, such as the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, the National Association of Evangelicals (United States), the World Council of Churches (40-16 through 41-8); and reports on the trips Scott or other WEF officials took to different parts of the world to meet with church leaders (41-9 thorough 41-17). There then follow several boxes (42 through 55, 82 through 87) of correspondence arranged alphabetically, regardless of topic. In many cases, correspondence in these alphabetical files duplicates that in the topical files. For many letters of the alphabet there is one file with general correspondence and another labeled "Individuals" with important leaders.

There are files in Wright's section which are worth mentioning, even though they are not relevant to the WEF. Folder 12-3 contains materials from the 1920s and 1930s from a group called the Industrial Defense Association (IDA). These include such documents as an attack on civil rights leader Philip Randolph, a description of the activities of alleged subversive organizations in the US, anti-Semitic brochures, reports on efforts to restrict immigration from Mexico, correspodnence about Wright's involvement in plans in the early 1930s for a national day of prayer (the purpose of which was to rally people against communism) organized by Hugh White in which the IDA participated, and a pamphlet by evangelist Gerald Winrod on the alleged leftist leanings of the Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal. Folder 28-14 contains correspondence between Bob Jones Sr., L. Nelson Bell, J. Elwin Wright and T.W. Wilson of the BGEA about Jones' attacks on Billy Graham for what he called ecumenical and unbiblical evangelism. Also of interest is folder 11-12 which contains radio talks Wright gave on Christian topics, beginning in 1939. Subjects covered include church unification, meditations on biblical passages, and descriptions of his travels for the New England Fellowship.

III. Presidents (boxes 56 through 62). The files of presidents Everett Cattell and Theodore Williams are in alphabetical order and in general deal with the same topics as those found in the secretaries/directors files. Of particular interest is folder 57-4, which contains copies of the incorporation papers of the United States branch of the Fellowship, as well as an early copy of the constitution, some of the Fellowship's early brochures and minutes of advisory and finance committees. Folder 57-3 contains an interesting report on the church in Russia and Eastern Europe. Folder 58-4 contains letters from Elizabeth Evans about the Evangelical Fellowship of Taiwan as well as correspondence on the early plans for the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism. Folder 58-5 contains correspondence with Horace Fenton (of Latin America Mission) about possible cooperation with the World Council of Churches in South America and the relation of the WCC to the LAM's Evangelism in Depth program. (See also folder 12-13 for the reaction of WCC's W.A. Visser t Hooft to the formation of the WEF.) Folders 61-2 and 61-3 are almost exclusively concerned with plans for the 1992 General Assembly, which was eventually held in Singapore. The folder of correspondence with the WEF's European representative (60-6) contains many interesting reports on activities on that continent. Folder 61-4 includes reports on German evangelicals, trip reports on travel to Mongolia and other counties, and information about the Evangelical Fellowship of India.

IV. Other Officers (boxes 63 through 81). This section consists solely of the records of John Langlois, who was administrator of the Theological Commission as well as treasurer for the fellowship. As the Archives receives the files of other WEF officers, they will be added to this section. The arrangement in Langlois' files is the one he created. The material is arranged chronologically by year, more or less, and then each year is divided into topics: WEF's commissions and executive bodies, Publications, Educational and Library projects, Financial records and Fundraising; the Americas; Europe; Africa; Asia; Miscellaneous (Lausanne Committee, World Council of Churches, Wheaton '83, etc). Although the arrangement is Langlois', since he used numbers to designate the files, the archivist has had to guess at the exact topic the numbers indicated. The section is naturally particularly rich in material on the activities of the Theological Commission, such as publications and the work of study groups such as the 1982 Consultation on Evangelism and Social Responsibility, co-sponsored with LCWE.

V. Regional Office Files (boxes 91 through 103). The only regional office the Archives received material from was the North American Office. These files were arranged topically. First, there are the files relating to the National Association of Evangelical's Commission on International Affairs, which eventually was incorporated in the United States as the WEF's North American branch. These files relate mainly to the activities of the Commission, which became board of directors after it was incorporated (folders 91-1 through 93-7). There are folders for the various WEF Commissions: Communications (93-8 through 94-12), Missions (94-13 through 94-25), Theological (95-1 through 96-5), and Women (96-6 through 98-11). Next come files of correspondence between the North American office and other national associations affiliated with WEF (99-1 through 100-10), and finally records of the 7th General Assembly, held in England in 1980 (100-11 through 103-22).

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Provenance

The materials in this collection were given to the Archives by various officers and former officers of the WEF and by the North American office of the WEF, 1983-1993.

Accession 83-24, 84-34, 85-91, 91-2, 91-85, 92-32, 92-90, 92-135, 93-93
March 4, 1994
Robert Shuster
S. Gertz


SELECT LIST OF WEF OFFICERS AND STAFF
Adeyemo, Tokunboh Associate General Secretary for Africa, 1981-1982
Chairman of the Executive Council, 1980-
Armerding, Hudson President, 1974-1980
Bayston, Brian Treasurer, ca. 1980
Associate General Secretary for South Pacific, 1981-1982
Beck, Ernst Treasurer, ca. 1968
Bolton, John Treasurer, 1951-ca. 1961
Borthwick, Paul Youth Commission executive secretary, 1992-
Cattell, Everett President, 1966-1968
Treasurer, ca. 1962
Cattell, F. Roy Co-Secretary, 1951-1953
Clark, Dennis

Asia Co-Secretary, 1965-1966
International Secretary, 1966-1970
Coggins, Wade General Secretary, 1981-1982
Dain, A. Jack Mission Secretary, 1951-
Co-Secretary, 1956-1959
Dahlman, Dorothy Commission on Women's Concerns executive secretary, ca. 1992-
Demaris, Stephanus Vice-President, 1974-?
Durham, A. Morgan International Editorial Secretary, 1966-?
Associate General Secretary for Europe, 1981-1982
Ferris, Fred Secretary, 1959-1962
Frum, Buzz Associate General Secretary for Administration, 1981-1982
Genet, Harry Information Services director, 1983-1993
Gibson, Dwight North American office staff member, ca. 1992-
Harrison, Patricia Theological Education Coordinator for the Theological

Commission, ?-?

Hiestand, Galen North American Director, 198?-
Howard, David General Director (title later changed to International

Director), 1982-1992

Jasper, Gladys Communications Commission Executive Secretary, 1982-1986
Johnson, James Communications Commission secretary, 1981-?
Kamelson, Samuel Asia Co-Secretary, 1965-
Kato, Byang Theological Commission chairman, 1974-1975
Kern, Ingrid Commission for Women's Concerns coordinator, ca. 1992-1993
Kemp, Roger F. Theological Education Commission executive secretary, ca. 1992-
Kirby, Gilbert W. International Secretary, 1962-1966
Langlois, John Theological Commission administrator, 1974-
Treasurer, 1981-
Landreth, Gordon Interim Secretary, 1970-1971
Treasurer, 1974-
Lee, Tony Director of Administration, 1988-1992
Love, Lawrence Associate Director, 1956-?
Maillefer, Eric European representative, 1986-
Morris, William Religious Liberty Commission executive secretary, ca. 1992-
Nicholls, Bruce Theological Coordinator, 1968-
Theological Commission Executive Secretary, 1974-
Associate General Secretary for Commissions, 1981-1982
Perez, Pablo Associate General Director for the Caribbean, 1981-1982
Executive secretary of the Commission on Church Renewal, 1983-
Phiri, Isaac Information Services director, 1993-
Richard, John Associate General Secretary for South Asia, 1981-1982
Risely, Clate Secretary for Christian Education, 1964?-1967?
Ro Bong Rin Theological Commission executive secretary, ca. 1992-
Rottschafer, W.D. Treasurer, ca. 1965
Sanderson, Eva Commission for Women's Concerns Coordinator, ca. 1993-
Scott, Waldron General Secretary, 1974-1980
Smith, Sir Arthur President, 1951-1966
Taylor, Clyde International Secretary, 1971-1975
Taylor, William Missions Commission executive secretary, ca. 1992-
Vencer, Agustin (Jun) B. Associate General Secretary for East Asia, 1981-1982
Executive Director 1992-
Wati, I. Ben President, 1968-1974
Williams, Theodore Missions Commission Executive Secretary, 1977-
Associate General Secretary for Fellowship Ministries, 1981-1982
President, 1982-1993
Woods, C. Stacey Youth coordinator, 1968-
Wright, J. Elwin Co-Secretary, 1951-1953
Secretary, 1953-1956
Co-Secretary, 1956-1959
Youngblood, Robert Associate General Director, 1982-
Zapata, Beatriz International Coordinator of the Women's Commission, 1976

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GENERAL ASSEMBLIES OF THE WORLD EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP

(Note: The name of these meetings changed from time to time. Sometimes, such as the 1968 Lausanne meeting, it was called a General Council. Also, strictly speaking, the organizing meeting in the Netherlands (formally named the International Convention of Evangelicals) in 1951 was not a General Assembly. However, in the official organizational numbering of the meetings, the Netherlands meeting is always called the 1st General Assembly, so it is so numerated on the following list.)

1st Woudschoten, Netherlands August 4-11, 1951
2nd Clarens, Switzerland July 27-31, 1953
3rd Barrington, RI August 27-31, 1956
4th Hong Kong April 25-May 2, 1962
5th Lausanne, Switzerland May 4-10, 1968
6th Chateau d'Oex, Switzerland July 25-29, 1974
7th Hoddesdon, England March 24-28, 1980
8th Singapore June 23-27, 1986
9th Manilla, Philippines June 21-26, 1992

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SELECT LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE WEF RECORDS

(Note: All of the organizations or meetings listed were part of WEF or WEF sponsored.)

AABC American Association of Bible Colleges
ACMC Association of Church Mission Committees
ACTEA Accrediting Council for Theological Education in Africa
AEAM Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar
AEO Africa Evangelical Office
AERDO Association of Evangelical Relief and Developement Organizations
ATA Asia Theological Association
ATN Asian Theological News publication
BEST Bangui Evangelical School of Theology
BGEA Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
BLF Biblical Libraries Fund
BMMF Bible and Medical Missionary Fellowship
CAMEO Committee to Assist Missionary Education Overseas (later the Committee to Assist Ministry Education Overseas)
CETA Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association
CMA Christian and Missionary Alliance
CNEC Christian Nationals Evangelism Commission
CEEAA Conference of European and Evangelical Aid Agencies
COMIBAM Ibero-American Congress on Missions, Brazil, 1987, later formed into a continuing organization called in English Cooperation of Missions in Latin American. Acronym comes from the letters of Spanish title
COWE Consultation on World Evangelization, Thailand, 1980
CR Communications Report publication
CRESR

Consultation on the Relationship between Evangelicals and Social Responsibility (England, 1980 and Grand Rapids, 1982)
DAS Development Assistance Services
EC Executive Committee or Executive Council
EEA European Evangelical Alliance
EEAA European Evangelical Accrediting Association
EFI Evangelical Fellowship of India
ELO Evangelical Literature Overseas
ERT Evangelical Review of Theology publication
EFMA Evangelical Foreign Missions Association (later Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies
GEA German Evangelical Alliance
GR Global Report publication
HEAR Proposed Evangelical Alliance fund to support spiritual needs, as the TEAR fund supported material needs
ICA International Council of Accrediting Agencies
ICA International Christian Assistance
ICMC International Christian Media Conference, Netherlands, 1986
ICOWE International Congress on World Evangelization
IDAC International Development Assistance Commission
IFMA Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association
IIDI International Institute for Development
IMC International Missions Commission
IFEW International Forum of Evangelical Women
IRDA International Relief and Development Agency
ITAF International Theological Assistance Fund
IVCF Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship
JEA Japan Evangelical Association
LCC Lausanne Continuation Committee
LCWE Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization
NAE National Association of Evangelicals (USA)
NAEK National Association of Evangelicals of Korea
NEF New England Fellowship
NEGST Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology
REACH Resource Employment and Community Horizons
SIWM Summer Institute of World Mission
TAP Theological Assistance Programme
TC Theological Commission
TEAR The Evangelical Alliance Relief Fund
TEE Theological Education by Extension
TET Theological Education Today publication
TN Theological News
TRACI Theological Research and Communications Institute
UNILAM

Acronym based on the Spanish title, which in English translates as Movements toward Evangelical Latin American Unity
WCC World Council of Churches
WCE World Congress on Evangelism, Berlin, 1966
WEA World Evangelical Alliance
WED World Evangelical Development fund

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SELECT LIST OF PERIODICALS OF WEF

Communications Report, 1976-?
Evangelical Review of Theology, 1977-
Global Report, (Continuation of World News)
Programming News, 1969-1976
Theological Education Today, 1976-1983
Theological News, 1969-
The TRACI Journal
Transformation, 1984- (From 1985 on published independent of WEF)
WEF Witness, 1959-?
World Evangelical Fellowship Bulletin, 1952-?
World News 1970-?


LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 93-93
Type of material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE.

T1 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 22 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Message by David Howard describing his background and philosophy of ministry to be played for the WEF Executive Council, as they consider his appointment as General Director. September 1981. One side only

T2 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 33 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. A session of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship's triennial conference for college students on foreign missions, held in Urbana, IL. David Howard, an IVCF staff member just appointed General Secretary of WEF, talked about his own call to missions, as an example of finding God's will. Extensive comments about his brother-in-law, missionary martyr Jim Elliot. December 1982. One side only.

T3 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 39 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Tape of part of a church service at the First United Methodist Church of Carrollton, TX, in which WEF General Secretary David Howard participated. Howard talked a little about the purposes of WEF. His sermon was on "God sends His servant." 4/25/82. One side only.

T4 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 49 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Tape made for David Howard by Clyde Taylor, perhaps to help Howard in his duties of WEF's General Secretary. Taylor talks about the history of WEF, the policies and actions of past leaders such as Dennis Clark and Waldron Scott, the relations between various members of the Fellowship, and similar concerns. (The folder of Bob Jones material to which Taylor refers is 28-14). Late 1982. One side only.

T5 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 56 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Report by WEF General Secretary David Howard on his trip to Malawi, Zambia, Kenya, and South Africa, with the emphasis on South Africa, including a description of Sowetto and apartheid. Ca. 1985. One side only.

T6 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 31 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Sermon delivered at undisclosed location by WEF General Secretary David Howard. He talked about the purpose of the WEF and describes his recent ("last fall") visit to South Africa and described the church in that country. Ca. 1982. One side only.

T7 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 69 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Meeting sponsored by WEF of a group of Christian workers in Wheaton, IL. WEF General Secretary Howard introduced himself, talked about purposes of WEF; WEF's Director of Communications Harry Genet described some of its current activities; Howard reported on his trip to India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri lanka. Meeting attended by staff from Youth for Christ, OMS International, Pioneer Ministries, General Mission Board of the Free Methodist Church, Living Bibles International, Evangelical Literature Overseas, CAMEO, MAP International, Christian Life Mission, Africa Inland Mission, Wheaton College, Baptist General Conference and Conservative Baptist Foreign Missions Society, among others. February 7, 1984. One side only.

T8 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 10 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Conclusion of meeting described in description of tape T7. Includes questions from audience and a closing prayer by Richard Chase of Wheaton College. One side only.

T9 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 60 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Church service at the Wheaton Bible Church in Wheaton, IL during the church's mission emphasis week. David Howard of WEF gave the sermon and talked about the work of the WEF and the condition of the Christian church around the world. The sermon contains many anecdotes, such as the ones about the miraculous visitation to a Bulgarian pastor in prison and the conversion of a Hindu holy man through reference to Christ in the sacred Veda scriptures, and the story of how the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association came to distribute Ken Taylor's Living Bible. October 20, 1985. One side only.

T10 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 31 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Keynote address by Tokunboh Adeyemo. One side only.

T11 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 34 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Report by General Secretary David Howard. One side only.

T12 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 60 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Workshop led by the members of the WEF's Theological Commission, including reports from various members, such as Bruce Nicholls and Richard Chase, on activities of the Commission. One side only.

T13 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 72 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Celebration led by the Evangelical Fellowship of Singapore, including music and reports on the activities of the Fellowship, such as the Luis Palau evangelistic meetings they sponsored. One side only.

T14 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 17 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Conclusion of session described above for tape T13. One side only.

T15 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 19 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Celebration led by the Commission of Church Renewal, which included a taped presentation and a talk by Pablo E. Perez on social problems in Mexico and around the world which the Church must deal with. One side only.

T16 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 70 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Celebration led by members of the Communications Commission, including reports by Gladys Jasper and others. Report on the upcoming International Christian Media Conference (ICMC) in Amsterdam by William Thatcher. 70 minutes. One side only.

T17 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 65 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Workshop led by the Commission on Women's Concerns, including a report by Beatriz E. Zapata and reports on Haiti, Eastern Europe, India, and other areas of the world. 65 minutes. One side only.

T18 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 17 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Conclusion of session described in description for tape T7. Includes comments and prayer by Horst Marquardt. One side only.

T19 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 89 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Reports on current activities from national and regional fellowships, including those of Haiti, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Greece, South Africa, and East Germany. Several talk about evangelical churches' involvement in recent political events, such as the revolutions in Haiti and the Philippines and the conflict with the Tamils in Sri Lanka. The East German report concentrates on their plans for a nationwide network of prayer groups. One side only.

T20 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 56 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Reports from national and evangelical fellowships, including Cuba, the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (which includes a report on the Evangelical seminary being started in Kingston, Jamaica), and Evangelical Fellowship of India (a report on Christian education in that country). One side only.

T21 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 70 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Reports from national fellowships including the work of Youth Alive in Sowetto, South Africa; the work of WEF's Interchurch and Development Alliance; and activities in Latin America and Nigeria. One side only.

T22 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 7 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Conclusion of session described above for tape T21. One side only.

T23 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 43 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. First Bible study led by Theodore Williams, based on 2 Timothy, on the theme of renewing the church. One side only.

T24 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 36 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Second Bible study led by Theodore Williams, based on 2 Timothy, on the theme of renewing the church. One side only.

T25 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 40 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Third Bible study led by Theodore Williams, based on 2 Timothy, on the theme of renewing the church. One side only.

T26 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 44 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Session from the WEF's Eighth General Assembly, held in Singapore in 1986. Fourth Bible study led by Theodore Williams, based on 2 Timothy, on the theme of renewing the church. One side only.

T27 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 2 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Examples of introductions to planned WEF weekly radio programs, announced by Carl Metcalf. June 26, 1987. One side only.

T28 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, 22 minutes. Archives' reel master was made from a cassette copy. Edition 23 of First Hand, an audio magazine on mission issues produced by Trans World Radio. This edition consisted of an interview of David Howard and Harry Genet about the work of the WEF. N.d. One side only.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession 83-24, 85-91, 93-93
Type of Material: Books
The following items have been given to the BGC LIBRARY:

Arana, Pedro. Telogia en el Camino/Documentos Presentados en los Ultimos Veinte Anos por Differentes Comunidades Cristianas de America Latina. (Lima Peru: Ediciones Presencia, 1987)

Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar. Christian Education Strategy Conference 25-31 January, 1973. (Nairobi, Kenya: The Christian Education Commission of the Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar, n.d.)

Christians, Clifford G. and Gjelsten, Gudm. Media Ethics and the Church/ A report on an international conference under the auspices of the International Mass Media Institute, IMMI, Kristiansand S., Norway, May 24-28, 1981. (N.p.: IMMI, n.d.)

Consultation on the Relationship Between Evangelism and Social Responsibility. Evangelism and Social Responsibility/An Evangelical Commitment. (Wheaton, IL: Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization/World Evangelical Fellowship, 1982)

Cook, A. William Jr. Evangelism-in-Depth in Relation to Theological Training. Theological News Monographs No. 2 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1970)

Foxwell, Philip. Can Evangelicals Cooperate with the N.C.C.? (Tokyo, Japan: Japan Bible Christian Council, n.d.)

Isais, Juan M. The Other Evangelism/One Man's View of Evangelism in Depth's Revolutionary Result. (Winona Lake, IN: Brethren Evangelistic Ministries, 1989)

Kato, Byang. Theological trends in Africa Today. Theological News Monographs No. 6 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1973)

Kim, Joon Gon. Six New Churches Everyday/Korean Church Growth. Asian Perspective 17. (Taichung, Taiwan: Asian Theological Association, n.d.)

Kinsler, F. Ross. What is Extension? Theological News Monographs No. 3 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1970)

Kyriakakis, M. The Evangelical Movement in Modern Greece. (Fife, Great Britain: Lassodie Press, n.d.)

Lawless, Clive. The Open University/Britain's Largest university teaches at a Distance. Theological News Monographs No. 7 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1974)

Missionary Research Library. Directory of North American Foreign Missionary Agencies. (New York, NY: Missionary Research Library, 1960)

---. Protestant Churches of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Pacific Area/Revision of The Younger Churches - Some Facts and Observations. (New York, NY: Missionary Research Library, 1959)

Moore, Hyatt, ed. in chief. Pass the Word/Fifty years of Wycliffe Bible Translators. (Huntington Beach, CA: Wycliffe Bible Translators, 1984)

Otte, Malco Patterson. Como Predicar como los Apostoles. (N.P.: Internacional por Evangelismo, 1989)

Padilla, C. Rene. Theology in Latin America. Theological News Monographs No. 5 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1972)

Roth, Henri. Oecumenisme ou Christianisme? (Geneva, Switzerland: La Masion de la Bible, n.d.)

Savage, Peter. Where are We Going in Theological Education? Theological News Monographs No. 4 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1971)

Smith, Alex G. The Gospel Facing Buddhist Cultures. Asian Perspectives 27. (Taichung,

Taiwan: Asian Theological Association, 1980)

Sywulka, Esteban B., ed. El Communicador Cristiano Y La Etica/Consulta sobre la Etica en la Communicacion Cristiana. (Guatemala: CONELA, 1990)

Theological Assistance Program. TAP-Asia/Reports and Minutes/The Second Asia Consultation on Theological Education, Singapore June 8-12, 1971. 2 copies.

van der Bent, Ans J. What in the World is the World Council of Churches?/An interview with Peter Potter, text by Ans J. van der Bent, and some useful reference material. (Geneva, Switzerland: World Council of Churches, 1979)

Wagner, C. Peter. The Latin American Congress on Evangelism. Theological News Monographs No. 1 (Lausanne, Switzerland: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1969)

World Council of Churches. Jesus Christ Frees and Unites/North American Edition: Preparatory Material for the Fifth Assembly of the World Council of Churches/Jakarta, Indonesia, July 23-August 8, 1975/With study helps prepared by David Head assisted by David Johnson and others. (New York, NY: Friendship Press, n.d.)

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 83-24, 85-39
Type of material: Negatives
The following items are located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

WORLD EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP. 3" x 5" b/w negative of a group shot of the attenders of the Hildenbourgh Hall Conference held in 1950 as a preliminary to the founding of WEF; strip of 4 35mm b/w negatives of a group shot of the 1974 WEF General Assembly at Chateau d'Oex Switzerland; an 8" x 10" b/w negative of scenes from the European Evangelical Communications Congress, ca. 1978, including Benjamin Armstrong, Vergil Gerber, Waldron Scott, David Cho, Horst Marquardt, and others.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 91-85
Type of material: Oversize Materials
The following items are located in the OVERSIZE FILE; request by both Folder Titles and OS number (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

PRESS REPORTS (OS1) Dutch newspapers and magazines with articles relevant to the World Evangelical Fellowship, 1948-1951.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 83-24, 85-91, 92-32, 93-93
Type of Material: Periodicals
The following items have been given to the BGC LIBRARY:

AIM.
Vol. V, No. 4 (April 1974)
Vol. V, No. 7 (July 1974)
Vol. VI, No. 8 (August 1975).

Asian Report.
October 1975
December 1975
January 1976
July/ August 1985
September/ October 1989
January/ February 1992
March/ April 1992.

Christian Leadership Letter.
January 1973-May 1976
August 1976
October 1976-January 1977
March 1977-August 1977
October 1977-April 1978
June 1978-May 1979.
July 1979-November 1979
March 1983, July 1984
October 1984-December 1985.

Church Growth Bulletin.
Vol. XI, No. 1 (September 1974) and 3 (January 1975).

Communications Report.
Vol 1 no. 1 (Summer 1976) through February 1982. Broken set, many duplicates.

Hajita dominical.
No. 11, 12, 13, 14. 1952.

International Christian Broadcasters Bulletin.
April-June, 1975.

Theological News.
Vol 3 no. 3 (July 1971) through Vol. 21 no. 2 (April-June 1989) Broken set, many duplicates.

Together/A Journal of World Vision International.
Numbers 2 (January-March 1984) through 9 (October-December 1985).

The TRACI Journal. 24. December 1982.

The W.E.F. Witness.
Winter 1958
Summer 1959. Many duplicates of the latter.

World Evangelical Fellowship Bulletin (American Edition).
Vol 1, No. 1 (January 1952) through Vol. 4, no. 3 (July, 1955). Broken set, many duplicates.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 83-24,84-34,85-91,91-02,91-85,93-93
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below. All the photos are black and white.

BOB JONES UNIVERSITY. Bob Jones, Sr. with Sir Arthur Smith and two unidentified men; J. Elwin Wright, Oswald Smith and Sir Arthur Smith with Bob Jones Jr. Ca. 1951. 3 photos.

CALIANDRO, ANTHONY. Portrait photo. N.d.

CATTELL, F. ROY. Portrait photo. N.d.

CHRISTIAN CHILDREN'S FUND. Group of Oriental children at a party. N.d. 1 photo.

DAIN, ARTHUR JACK. Dain with his wife in Edgehill, India in 1954. 1 photo.

DUNCAN, J. B. Portrait photo, speaking into a BBC microphone. N.d. 1 photo

EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP OF INDIA. EFI conference held in Jhansi in 1955. 1 photo.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--ECUADOR. Street meeting. N.d. 1 photo.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--GREAT BRITAIN. People on the steps in front of St. Paul's Missionary training House holding evangelistic signs. N.d. 1 photo.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--INDIA. Staff and students of the Volunteer Evangelistic Association training institute in Transcore, India. N.d. 2 photos.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--ITALY. Baptist delegation visiting Vita Novella school in Sicily;pictures of buildings on the campus, 1949. 3 photos.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--JAPAN. Meeting in Osaka of the Evangelical Fellowship of Japan, 1954; Wright with unidentified group of men in a street in Japan, n.d. 2 photos.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--KOREA. Scenes of 1955 meeting of the National Association of Evangelicals of Korea, including a meeting with J. Elwin Wright. 6 photos.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--PHILIPPINES. Bob Pierce preaching to a crowd in Manila, ca. 1955. 1 photo.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--SRI LANKA. Group of people posing in front of a Christian Fellowship Centre, 1952. 1 photo.

EVANGELISTIC WORK--UNITED STATES. Man leading singing in front of several hundred people in an outdoor stadium. N.d. 1 photo.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN "BILLY" - 1950S. Graham reading Crusade magazine. Ca. 1955. 1 photo.

MISSIONS--NIGERIA. Student body of a Sudan Interior Mission school in Egbe, Nigeria. N.d. 1 photo.

MISSIONS--VIETNAM. Scenes of Christian and Missionary Alliance educational and refugee work in Dalat, probably visited by Clyde Taylor on a trip for WEF in 1956. 8 photos.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EVANGELICALS. 1950 NAE dinner in Charlotte, NC, attended by J. Elwin Wright and Grady Wilson; Wright with members of the International Relations Commission, ca. early 1950s; Harry Hager. 7 photos

RISLEY, CLATE A. Pictures of Clate (who served briefly as WEF's secretary of Christian Education) with his family, visiting HCJB, with Arthur Climenhaga, attending WEF's International Dinner, with WEF's board of directors. 1965. 7 photos.

SMITH, ARTHUR. Smith in British Army uniform; portrait photos. N.d. 4 photos.

SMITH, OSWALD F. Portrait photo; Smith traveling with J. Elwin Wright and Sir Arthur Smith, ca. 1951. 4 photos.

STRACHAN, R. KENNETH. Portrait photo. N.d.

TAP-ASIA. Group shots of the attenders of the 1974 Third TAP-Asia Theological Consultation held in Hong Kong from December 27th, 1973 to January 4, 1974.

TAYLOR, CLYDE. Portrait photo. N.d.

UNION BIBLICAL SEMINARY, INDIA. Construction of the Bob Pierce Hostel at the seminary. N.d. 1 photo.

WORLD EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP. Scenes from the 1962 General Assembly in Hong Kong; group picture from the July 1974 General Assembly at Chateau d'Oex, Switzerland; collage of scenes from the European Evangelical Communications Congress, ca. 1978, with pictures of Benjamin Armstrong, Vergil Gerber, Waldron Scott, David Cho, Horst Marquardt, and others; collage of scenes at the 1979 WEF Missions Commission conference in Germany. 23 photos.

WRIGHT, JAMES ELWIN. Portrait photos; with Sir Arthur Smith; being welcomed by the Korean Christian Businessmen's Commission in 1955. Most photos have no date. 8 photos.


CONTAINER LIST
Box Folder Description
I. HISTORICAL FILES
1 1 Annual Financial Reports; 1977-1983, n.d.
1 2 R Associate Membership-General; 1985-1986
1 3 Associate Secretaries; 1981-1982
1 4 Brochures; 1965-1972, n.d.
1 6 Christian Education; 1965-1967
1 7 Coggins Memos to Ex. Co.; 1981
1 5 Coggins/Williams: Joint General Secretary Duties; 1981
Commissions
1 8 Development Assistance; 1971-1972, n.d.
1 9 Future of; 1986
1 10 Social Responsibility; 1981
1 11 Youth; 1981-1983
Conferences
1 12 Reports; 1982-1983
1 13 International, General information; 1950
1 14 Barrington; 1956
1 15 Chateau d'Oex; 1974
1 16 Clarens; 1953
1 17 Hoddesdon; 1980
1 18 Hong Kong; 1962
1 19 Lausanne; 1967-1969
1 20 Woudschoten; 1951
1 21 Definition of "Evangelical"; 1964-1985, n.d.
1 22 Resignation of Morgan Derham; 1982-1983
1 23 R EFMA-IFMA Relations; 1959-1985
1 24 R Elizabeth Evans Corr.; 1946-1985
Executive Council
1 25 1980-1982
2 1 Memos; 1978-1981
2 2 Memos to/from; 1981-1982
2 3 General Council Minutes; 1950-1967
2 4 Minutes and Reports; 1968-1969
2 5 Chateau d'Oex-Minutes and Papers; 1971-1974
2 6 Colorado Springs-Minutes and Papers; 1976
2 7 Wheaton-Minutes and Papers; 1979
2 8 London; 1980
2 9 Pattaya-Minutes; 1980
2 10 Washington-Minutes; 1981
2 11 Amerongen-Minutes and Papers; 1980-1981
3 1 Lilongwe-Minutes and Papers; 1979-1981
3 2 General Secretary's Report; 1978
3 3 General Correspondence and Related; 1980-1981
3 4 General History-Miscellany; 1967-1983
3 5 Global Deacons; 1976, n.d.
Graffam, Everett
3 6 1976-1977
3 7 1978-1979
4 1 Development Notebook, 1976-1979
4 2 Index; 1986, n.d.
4 3 ICOWE Relations; 1972-1975, n.d.
4 4 Gordon Landreth History; 1977
Materials in
4 5 Chapter I; 1913-1948, n.d.
4 6 Chapters II, III, IV, n.d.
4 7 Chapter VI; 1962-1985
4 8 Chapter VII; 1966-1967
4 9 Chapter VIII; 1962, n.d.
4 10 Chapter IX; 1971, n.d.
4 11 Chapter X; 1974, n.d.
4 12 R Chapters XVII, XVIII, XIX; 1983-1985
4 13 Melvin Appointment to Ex. Co.; 1981-1982
4 14 Membership; 1979
4 15 Membership Requirements; 1981-1982
4 16 Ministries Goals (Copies); 1982
4 17 Ministry Goals; 1982-1983
Mission Consultation
5 1 Correspondence; 1972-1973
5 2 Consultation, Data; 1972-1973, n.d.
5 3 Memos to National Associations; 1979-1983
5 4 NAE Relations; 1951-1958, n.d.
5 5 Organization-Administration; 1955-1982, n.d.
5 6 Organizational Chart, n.d.
5 7 Prayer Secretary; 1981-1982
5 8 Presidency; 1980-1982
5 9 R Scott, Waldron: Diary; 1975-1985
5 10 Search Committee for General Secretary; 1981-1982
5 11 R R. Webber; 1985
5 12 WEF Executive/International/Co-Secretaries; 1957-1980
WEF/USA Committee
6 1 Board Minutes and Reports; 1955-1979
6 2 Commission on International Relations-Duplicates; 1972-1982
6 3 Commission on International Relations: Minutes and Reports; 1950-1954
6 4 Duplicates-USA Reports; 1953-1976
6 5 WCC Relations; 1964-1980
6 6 World Evangelical Alliance; 1951
II. SECRETARIES/DIRECTORS
A. J. Elwin Wright
7 1 Barrington Conference; 1956
7 2 Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; 1956-1958, n.d.
7 3 Bolta; 1948-1951
Ceylon
7 4 1955-1958
7 5 Knower, Mr. Devlin, Ceylon Student; 1955-1957
7 6 Clarens Conference; 1948-1953
7 7 Clark, Rev. Dennis: India; 1956-1958
7 8 Dain, A.J.; 1949-1955
7 9 Decker, R.L.; 1950-1954
8 1 Diaries; 1945-1952
England
8 2 1948-1951
8 3 Cattell, F. Roy; 1951-1955
8 4 Kirby, Rev. Gilbert W.; 1956-1958, n.d.
8 5 Smith, Arthur; 1953-1957
8 6 Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1953-1958
8 7 Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, Washington, D.C.; 1956-1957
8 8 Expense Reports; 1952-1954
8 9 Rev. Fred G. Ferris; 1957
8 10 Financial Statements; 1956-1957
9 1 Germany-Heitmueller; 1950-1962
9 2 Holland; 1948-1952
India
9 3 1950-1953
9 4 Benjamin, Mr. Azariah; 1955-1957
9 5 Cattell, Rev. Everett
9 5 1951-1955
9 6 1956-1957
9 7 George, T.C.; 1955
9 8 Jacob C.K. (Bishop); 1952-1955
9 9 Kline, Frank J.; 1950-1955
Wati, I. Ben;
9 10 1955-1957
9 11 1957-1958
9 12 Watts, Lincoln; 1951-1955
International Relations Commission of the NAE
10 1 1949-1950
10 2 1950, n.d.
10 3 1952-1958
Italy
10 4 1950-1952
10 5 Caliandro; 1948-1953
10 6 Jacques, Edwin; 1950-1955
Jamaica
10 7 1955-1957
10 8 Voce, Rev. A. G. Segismund; 1955-1957
Japan
10 9 1950-1954
10 10 Evangelical Mission Association; 1951-1955
Korea
10 11 1955-1958
10 12 Rev. Cheun, Soon Bong, General Secretary - NAE; 1956-1958
10 13 Rev. Cho, Dong Jin; 1954-1956
10 14 Lee, Dr. Dae Young, President - NAE; 1956-1957
10 15 Dr. H.N. Park, Presbyterian Theological Seminary; 1954-1958
10 16 Students; 1954-1956
10 17 Letters for Publication; 1950-1951
10 18 McIntire, Carl; 1943-1952
11 1 NAEK; 1953-1955
11 2 National Association of Evangelicals; 1942-1950
11 3 Nietzel, Mr. Verle D.; 1956-1958
11 4 Ockenga, Dr, Harold John; 1955-1958
11 5 Okinawa; 1957-1958
11 6 Pache, Rene; 1953-1955
11 7 Paine, Stephen; 1948-1954
11 8 Petticord, Dr. Paul P.; 1956
11 9 Pew, J. Howard; 1948-1955
11 10 Philippine Islands; 1956-1957
11 11 Presbyterian - Board of Foreign Missions, N.Y., Dr. John Coventry Smith and Dr. Edward Adams; 1957-1958
11 12 Radio Talks; 1939-1951, n.d.
11 13 Rees, Paul; 1953-1955
12 1 Ro, Chung Hyun ; 1955-1958
12 2 Rottschafer, W.O.; 1950-1955
12 2 Russia; 1926-1938
12 4 Samples, Mimeographed; 1956
12 5 Scholarship Committee; 1956-1958
Share Campaign
12 6 1956
12 7 1952-1957
12 8 Singapore, Malaya; 1955-1958
12 9 Social Security; 1951
Spain
12 10 1952-1955
12 11 D. Jose M. Martinez; 1956-1957
12 12 Sullivan, Leon; 1949-1955
12 13 Switzerland; 1948-1958
12 14 Syria; 1950-1952
12 15 Thailand; 1955-1958
12 16 Vietnam - Jeffrey, Rev. D. I.; 1955-1958
12 17 World Council of Churches; 1950-1954
13 1 World Evangelical Alliance; 1948-1950
World Evangelical Fellowship
13 2 1948-1952
13 3 1955-1957
13 4 Mailings; 1957
Secretary's Report
13 5 1956
13 6 1957-1958
13 7 World Gospel Crusades, Byron Cook; 1956
13 8 Woudschoten Meeting; 1950-1951
B. F. Roy Cattell. The Archives does not have his WEF files.
C. Arthur Jack Dain. The Archives does not have his WEF files.
D. Fred Ferris G.
14 1 A; 1958-1961
19 18 Ads (What Leaders are Saying); 1959-1960
Advisory Committee
19 19 1956-1962
19 20 Wheaton Meeting; 1962
20 1 Affiliates, n.d.
20 2 Aims & Purposes; 1951
Asian Conference
20 3 Correspondence; 1960
20 4 Wati-Kepler; 1960
14 2 Anderson; Dr. Charles; 1958-1962
14 3 Atkinson, Frank; 1958-1960
14 4 Atlanta, Georgia; 1960
14 5 Audit and Budget; 1958-1959
14 6 Avery, Mrs. Helen; 1958
14 7 Avery, Mr. Herbert; 1958-1962
14 8 Baker, Milton; 1958-1961
14 9 Beeker, J.P.; 1958
14 10 Bell, L. Nelson; 1958-1960
14 11 Brown - Morse Co.; 1958-1959
14 12 Bolten, John; 1958-1962
14 13 Brabenac - Yasus & Co. Auditors; 1958
14 14 Brading, Stanley G.; 1958
14 15 Burkema, Harry; 1958-1961
14 16 Burnett, C.C.; 1958-1960
By-Laws
20 5 Commission; 1956-1958
20 6 Constitution; 1956
14 17 C.; 1958-1962
14 18 Caldwell, Rev. Edward; 1958-1959
Cattell, Dr. Everett
14 19 1958-1959
14 20 1959-1960
14 21 1961-1962
14 22 Central State Bank; 1959-1961
14 23 Chapman, Mrs. B.O.; 1958-1962
20 7 Chart; 1959, n.d.
14 24 Christian Missionary Alliance; 1958-1962
14 25 Clark, Dennis; 1958-1961
14 26 Conservative Baptist F.M.S.; 1962
20 8 Constitution, By-Laws; 1956-1962, n.d.
20 9 Constitutions, Sample, n.d.
14 27 Continental - Illinois Bank; 1958-1959
14 28 Crow, James A.; 1960-1962
14 29 D.; 1958-1962
14 30 Daverman, Edward H.; 1958-1961
14 31 DeMoss, Mr. Arthur; 1958-1962
20 10 Denominational Executives, n.d.
14 32 Dzao, Timothy; 1961-1962
14 33 E.; 1958-1961
Evangelical Foreign Missions Association
14 34 Coggins, Wade; 1958-1961
14 35 Purchasing Office, N.Y.; 1957-1961
14 36 Eshleman, Ira; 1958-1960
20 11 Executive; 1960, n.d.
Expense Accounts
20 12 1958
20 13 1959
20 14 1962
20 15 1960
20 16 1961
15 1 F.; 1958-1962
15 2 Falkenberg, Dr. Don R., National Association of Evangelicals; 1956-1958
15 3 Ferris, Rev. Fred G.; 1957-1959
20 17 Finance Committee; 1958-1959
20 18 Finance Loans, Notes; 1959
Ford, Dr. George
15 4 1958-1959
15 5 1959-1961
15 6 Forsyth, Margaret; 1958-1959
15 7 Fowler, Dr. Frederick; 1958-1962
15 8 G.; 1958-1961
15 9 Gerber, Miss Beulah; 1958-1961
15 10 Gothard, W.M., Christian Busines Men's Committee; 1958-1959
15 11 Graham, Dr. Billy; 1957-1962
15 12 Gupta; 1958
15 13 H.; 1958-1961
15 14 Hemphill, Rev. Joseph; 1958-1962
15 15 Henry, Dr. Carl; 1958-1960
Hobson, Lilian
15 16 1956-1957
15 17 1958
15 18 1959-1962
15 19 Hoffman, Warren; 1958-1962
15 20 Holzhaver, Mrs. Harry; 1958
Hong Kong Conference
20 19 Fund; 1962
21 1 Program; 1962
21 2 1961-1962
21 3 1962
15 21 Huston, Miss Ruth; 1958-1961
15 22 I.; 1958-1962
21 4 Incorporation Records; 1957, n.d.
15 23 Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association; 1958-1961
15 24 International Council of Christian Churches; 1948-1954
15 25 J.; 1959-1962
15 26 Jones, Rufus; 1958
16 1 K; 1958-1962
16 2 Keck, F.G.; 1958-1962
16 3 Kent, Gage; 1958-1961
16 4 Keyes, Kenneth; 1958-1962
16 5 King, Rev. L.L.; 1958-1960
16 6 L.; 1959-1961
16 7 Lamson, Dr. Byron; 1958-1961
16 8 Laycock, Rev. Ernest; 1958-1959
LeCraw, Roy
16 9 1958-1959
16 10 1959-1961
16 11 Japan; 1960-1961
16 12 Spring '61 Trip; 1960-1962
16 13 Lehman, Dr. L. Paul; 1958-1961
21 5 Letters to Fellowships; 1960-1962
21 6 London Conference; 1961-1962, n.d.
16 14 Love, Larry; 1959
16 15 M.; 1958-1962
16 16 Macaulay, Rev. Neil; 1958
16 17 Mason, Ford; 1958-1962
21 7 Mailing List, Overseas; 1958-1959
16 18 Manley, T.C.; 1958-1962
16 19 Mc; 1958-1961
16 20 McIlwaine, W.A.; 1958
16 21 Meals for Millions; 1958
16 22 Mekeel, Dr. Herbert; 1958-1962
21 8 Members; 1961, n.d.
Minutes
21 9 1950-1955
21 10 International Conference; 1956
21 11 Mission Conferences; 1962, n.d.
16 23 Missionary Research Library; 1958-1960
16 24 Moody Bible Institute; 1956-1962
16 25 Muscatine Office - Liquidating; 1962
16 26 Muntz, Dr. J. Palmer; 1958-1962
16 27 Murch, Dr. James; 1958
16 28 N.; 1958-1961
16 29 Nelson, Rev. Wilbur; 1958
16 30 Nietzel, Verle; 1958-1962
16 31 O.; 1958-1962
17 1 Ockenga, Dr. Harold; 1958-1962
17 2 Office, Moving Cost; 1958
17 3 Oriental Missionary Society, Dr. Eugene Erny; 1959-1962
17 4 Orr, Dr. J. Edwin; 1955-1960
17 5 P.; 1958-1962
17 7 Park Street Church, Boston; 1960-1961
17 6 Patty, William; 1958-1962
17 8 Percy, Dr. Jack - I.F.M.A.; 1961
17 9 Pew - Ockenga; 1960
17 10 Petticord, Dr. Paul; 1958-1961
17 11 Pierce, Dr. Robert; 1958-1962
21 12 Promotional Letters (Commission); 1958
17 12 Q.; 1958
17 13 R.; 1958-1961
17 14 Rees, Dr. Paul; 1958-1961
17 13 Reports; 1957-1962
17 15 Revis, William; 1958-1961
17 16 Risley, Dr. Clate; 1958-1961
17 17 Ro, Chung Hyun; 1958
17 18 Rockey, Wendell; 1958-1961
17 19 Rosell, Dr. Mervin; 1958
17 20 Rottschafer, Wm. C.; 1958-1962
17 21 S.; 1955-1962
17 22 Sandrok, Dr. Edward G.; 1960-1961
17 23 San Gabriel Union Church; 1959-1961
21 14 SHARE (Balance); 1957
17 24 SHARE; 1958
21 15 Statistics of Members; 1959-1960, n.d.
Sullivan, Leon;
17 25 1955-1962
17 26 1957-1962
18 1 T.; 1958-1961
21 16 Tax Ruling; 1958-1959
18 2 Tax Statements; 1958-1959
Taylor, Dr. Clyde W.
18 3 1955-1956
18 4 1957
18 5 1958
18 6 1958-1959
18 7 1960
18 8 1960-1961
18 9 1961-1962
18 10 Taylor, Mr. Herbert J; 1958-1961
21 17 Triennial International Conference, Original documents as given to Dr. Wright by Mr. A. Jack Dain; 1956
Trip - Around World
18 11 #1, n.d.
18 12 #2; 1959
18 13 #3, n.d.
Tour
21 18 Asian; 1960
21 19 World; 1958
18 14 United Evangelical Action; 1958-1962
19 1 United Evangelical Action Ad Responses
19 2 United States Internal Revenue; 1958
19 3 Underhill-Grey; 1958
19 4 Universal Travel Service; 1960-1962
19 5 Van Halsema, Rev. E.; 1958-1961
19 6 W.; 1958-1962
19 7 Walker, Bob (Chicago); 1958-1962
19 8 Ward Memorial (Detroit, Michigan); 1958
19 9 Whitney, Rev. Harold; 1958
19 10 Whittemore, Rev. William; 1958
Wright, J. Elwin
19 11 1957-1958
19 12 1958
19 13 1958-1959
19 14 1960-1962
19 15 Thomas Conferences; 1958
19 16 XYZ; 1958-1961
19 17 Zondervan, Mr. P.J.; 1958-1962
E. Gilbert Kirby The Archives does not have his WEF files.
F. Dennis Clark The Archives does not have his WEF files.
G. Clyde Willis Taylor
22 1 A. (General); 1955-1959
22 2 Accommodations; 1973-1974
22 3 Address List, Old; 1972-1973
22 4 Africa; 1957-1974
22 5 All-Asia Consultation, Seoul; 1972-1974
22 6 Amendment (Possible) to Constitution and By-Laws; 1973
22 7 Angst, Rev. Walter; 1971-1974
22 8 Armstrong, Dr. Ben L., National Religious Broadcasters; 1973-1976
22 9 Asia Rally, October; 1974
Australia
22 10 1956-1974
22 11 Evangelical Alliance, Rev. Howard H.E. Knight; 1974-1975
22 12 Bahamas (Nassau); 1972
22 13 Baker, Dr. Milton G.; 1975-1976
22 14 Bangladesh; 1971
23 1 Beginning; 1946-1956
23 2 Belgium; 1972
23 3 Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; 1971-1972
23 4 Bolivia; 1971-1973
23 5 Botswana, Evangelical Fellowship; 1973
Brazil
23 6 1958-1959
23 7 1972-1974
Canada
23 8 1971-1974
23 9 Evangelical Fellowship, Mr. Walter Lane; 1974-1975
23 10 Cape Town; 1972
Ceylon
23 11 1972-1974
23 12 Evangelical Alliance (Sri Lanka), Mr. Sam Thevabalasingham; 1960-1975
23 13 Guruswamy, Dr. A.P.; 1956-1957, n.d.
China
23 14 1971-1974
23 15 Evans, Elizabeth; 1958-1976
23 16 Evangelical Fellowship (Taiwan), Dr. Andrew Ben Loo; 1974-1975
23 17 Taiwan; 1956-1961
23 18 Clark, Dennis; 1959-1969
23 19 Climenhaga, Dr. Arthur M.; 1975-1976
23 20 Colombia, Typewriters for; 1975-1976
23 21 Congo File; 1971
24 1 Constitutions of Evangelical Organizations; 1954, n.d.
24 2 Costa Rica; 1972
24 3 Cyprus; 1952-1962
24 4 Dain, Rt. Rev. A.J.; 1955-1975
24 5 Demaris, Rev. Stephanis, Vice President; 1974-1975
24 6 Denmark, Evangelical Alliance, Pastor Aage Bjerno; 1972-1974
24 7 DeRidder, Rev. Richard (Ceylon); 1958-1960
24 8 Durham, Stanton P.; 1976, n.d.
England
24 9 1971-1973
24 10 Derham, Rev. Morgan; 1967-1968
24 11 Kirby, Rev. G.W.; 1958-1962
24 12 Smith, Lt. Gen. Sir Arthur; 1958-1977
24 13 Thomas, Maj. Ian; 1958, n.d.
24 14 Ethiopia; 1972
24 15 Europe; 1958-1974
24 16 European Evangelical Alliance; 1973
Executive Committee
24 17 1951
24 18 1956
24 19 1962-1966
24 20 1967, n.d.
24 21 1968
25 1 1975-1978
25 2 Executive Council; 1971-1973
France; 1972-1973
25 3 1972-1973
25 4 Evangelical Fellowship; 1958-1961
25 5 Evangelical Foreign Mission Association; 1967
25 6 Fellowship Reports; 1974
25 7 Financial Appeal; 1972
25 8 Formosa Christian College Association; 1958
General
25 9 1951-1955
25 10 1955-1958
25 11 1958-1961
25 12 1964-1965
26 1 1966-1967
26 2 1969
26 3 1968
26 4 1970-1971
26 5 1976-1979
26 6 1979-1982
26 7 1972, n.d.
General Assemblies
27 1 Chateaux d'Oex, Switzerland, 1974; 1974
27 2 Clarens, Switzerland, 1953; 1951-1953
27 3 Hong Kong, 1962; 1961-1962
27 4 Lausanne, Switzerland, 1968; 1968-1969
27 5 Woudschoten, Netherlands, 1950; 1950-1951
Germany
27 6 1971-1974
27 7 German Evangelical Alliance, Mr. Peter Schneider; 1974-1976
27 8 Ghana; 1972
27 9 Gifts from Missions; 1976
27 10 Graffam, Everett; 1978
27 11 Great Britain, Evangelical Alliance, Mr. Gordon Landreth; 1973
27 12 Greece; 1956-1975
27 13 Guyana; 1972
Haiti
27 14 Concile Des Eglises Evangeliques, Mr. Claude Noel; 1974-1976
27 15 1955-1956
27 16 Hogan, Mr. J. Philip (Assemblies of God Missions); 1974-1976
27 17 Hong Kong; 1959-1974
27 18 Honolulu Christian College; 1958-1961
27 19 Howard, Dave; 1950-1969
India
27 20 Cherian, K. V. (Kerala Fellowship); 1951-1962
27 21 Dias, Ben; 1957-1961
Evangelical Fellowship
27 22 1958-1972
28 1 1973-1976
28 2 Christian Education; 1972-1973
28 3 Remittances; 1974-1978
28 4 Independent Church; 1972-1974
Indonesia
28 5 1966-1974
28 6 Dzao, Dr. Timothy; 1956-1957
28 7 Evangelical Fellowship, Rev. Stephanus Demaris; 1974-1975
International Development Assistance Commission
28 8 1971-1972
28 9 1973-1975, 1982
28 10 Italy; 1958-1961
28 11 Jamaica, West Indies; 1959-1975
Japan
28 12 1958-1976
28 13 Kurumada, Rev. A. (Japan); 1960-1961
28 14 Jones, Bob; 1957
28 15 Jordan; 1960-1961
28 16 Kabul Church (Afghanistan); 1973
28 17 Kato, Dr. Byang, Recording Secretary; 1973-1976
28 18 Keck, Mr. E.G.; 1973-1976
28 19 Kirby, Rev. Gilbert W.; 1958-1975
Korea
28 20 1972-1974
29 1 David Cho; 1959-1962
29 2 NAE, KEF; 1959-1961
29 3 NAE, Ree, Rev. T.; 1958-1960
29 4 Landreth, Gordon; 1971-1976
29 5 Langlois, John; 1971-1976
29 6 Latin America; 1959
29 7 Laos; 1960
29 8 Lebanon; 1958-1959
29 9 Lit.; 1961-1972
29 10 Little, Mr. Paul E.; 1974
29 11 Mailings; 1974
29 12 Maillefer, Mr. Eric; 1973-1974
29 13 Malawi; 1972-1973
29 14 Membership - applications; 1972
29 15 Milt[on Baker]'s Material, UEF; 1972
29 16 Minutes - Ballots; 1972-1973
29 17 Misc.; 1974-1979
29 18 Mission Societies; 1975, n.d.
29 19 Nairobi; 1972-1974
29 20 Navigators, Mr. Waldron Scott; 1975
29 21 Nepal; 1959-1961
29 22 Netherlands; 1956-1961
29 23 New Guinea; 1971-1972
New Zealand
29 24 1960-1974
29 25 Evangelical Alliance, Dr. Herbert Money; 1974
29 26 News Releases; 1971-1972
29 27 Newsletters; 1972-1975
30 1 Nicholls, Bruce J.; 1973-1975
30 2 Nigeria; 1972-1973
30 3 North America; 1974
30 4 Norway; 1960-1962
30 5 Nurses Christian Fellowship Intl.; 1973-1974
30 6 Okinawa; 1960-1962
Pakistan
30 7 1960-1975
West Pakistan Evangelical Fellowship
30 8 1959-1974
30 9 Brown, Ralph E.; 1958
30 10 Dixon, Grace; 1974-1975
Philippines
30 11 1958-1974
30 12 Council of Evangelical Churches, Inc.; 1973-1975
30 13 Portugal; 1958-1959
30 14 Program and Planning; 1973-1974
30 15 Publications; 1952-1969
30 16 Puerto Rico; 1955-1961
30 17 Registration Slips; 1974
30 18 Rema, Rev. C. L.; 1974
30 19 Rhodesia, Evangelical Fellowship, Mr. David Meaker; 1973-1975
30 20 Richard, Mr. D. John; 1975-1976
30 21 Savage, Rev. Peter; 1974-1975
30 22 Scholarship Committee; 1957-1958
30 23 Scott, Mr. Waldron; 1974-1978
Senegal
30 24 Rev. Robert Creel; 1975
30 25 1972-1974
Sierra Leone
30 27 1959-1974
30 26 Evangelical Fellowship, Rev. Joseph S. Mans; 1976
30 28 Singapore (Asia); 1958-1973
31 1 South Africa Evangelical Council, Rev. Don Genheimer; 1967-1974
31 2 Evangelical Alliance of the South Pacific Island; 1974-1975
31 3 Spain; 1958-1974
31 4 Sudan; 1972-1973
31 5 Sweden; 1956-1962
31 6 Switzerland; 1958-1974
31 7 Swiss Evangelical Alliance, Pfr. Jean Zimmerman; 1974-1975
Thailand
31 8 1959-1974
31 9 Evangelical Fellowship; 1974
31 10 Theological Assistance Program; 1971-1973
31 11 Theological Education by Extension; 1968
31 12 Theology Meeting; 1974
31 13 Transportation Subsidy; 1974
31 14 Transvaal; 1972-1974
31 15 Travel Arrangements; 1974
USA
31 16 1951-1952
31 17 1956-1958
31 18 1959-1961
USA, Board Materials
31 19 1967-1969
31 20 1971-1976
31 21 1977-1978
32 1 1979-1982
USA, Board Meetings
32 2 Boston; 1974
32 3 1975
32 4 1982
32 5 USA, Finances; 1978-1982
32 6 Venezuela, Consejo Evan de Venezuela; 1972-1973
Vietnam
32 7 Evangelical Fellowship, Rev. Doan-van-Mieng; 1955-1962
32 8 1971-1974
32 9 Vote; 1972-1973
32 10 Wati, Ben; 1957-1962
32 11 West Indies; 1973-1974
32 12 Working Paper; 1968-1972
32 13 WCC Action; 1971
32 14 West African Congress on Evangelism; 1967-1969
Wright, J. Elwin
32 15 1950
Clyde Taylor
32 16 1951-1952
32 17 1955-1957
33 1 Zaire; 1972-1973
Zambia
33 2 Evangelical Fellowship, Mr. Leroy Randall; 1975
33 3 1972-1974
H. Waldron Scott
Administration
33 4 Beirut Office & Affairs; 1975-1978, n.d.
33 5 Communicator Interviews; 1976
Executive Committee
33 6 1975-1977
33 7 Meeting; 1977, n.d.
33 8 Fund-Raiser Interviews; 1976-1978
General Secretary's Report
33 9 1976
33 10 1978
33 11 Minutes; 1951-1956
33 12 Objectives; 1971-1974, n.d.
33 13 Philosophy, n.d.
33 14 Pledges; 1981
33 15 Principles; 1976
33 16 Public Relations Work Letters; 1976
33 17 Report on Status; 1978
33 18 Scotty's Articles; 1977-1979
33 19 Secretary Interviews, n.d.
33 20 Scott Resignation Letter; 1977-1981
United States Board
33 21 WEF/EFMA/LCWE Meeting, O'Hare Field; 1977-1978
33 22 1974-1977
Chicago
33 23 1976-1977
33 24 1977
33 25 Executive; 1978
33 26 1978
33 27 Orlando, Florida; 1979
33 28 1979
33 29 Strategy Meeting; 1979
33 30 Wright/Taylor World Trip; 1950-1970
Commissions
Communications Commission
33 28 1975-1981
33 29 Ad Hoc ExCo, Holland; 1979
33 30 Meeting, Kansas City; 1976
33 31 Ecumenical Relations, n.d.
33 32 Minutes; 1978
33 33 World Religious News; 1976
Missions Commission
33 34 1974-1975
33 35 1977
33 36 1979-1980
33 37 Meeting, Bad Liebenzell; 1978-1979
34 1 Bombay/Minutes; 1976-1977
34 2 Budget; 1978
34 3 Division on International Churches; 1976
34 4 Executive Committee; 1976-1977
34 5 Membership Invitation Letter; 1977
34 6 Primer on Missions; 1977
34 7 IMC Consultation, Seoul; 1975-1976
34 8 Relief Commission; 1975-1978, n.d.
Theological Commission
34 9 1974-1975
34 10 1976-1977
34 11 1977
34 12 Accreditation - Theological Education; 1978-1981
34 13 Church/Development Unit; 1978
34 14 Consultation Meeting, London; 1975
34 15 Consultation; 1975-1979
34 16 Meeting, St. Chrischona; 1976
34 17 Publications; 1978
Executive Committee Meeting
34 18 Chicago; 1976-1977
34 19 Portland; 1977-1978
34 20 Aidlingen, Germany; 1979
34 21 Fellowship of Executives of Brazilian Missions; 1977
34 22 Pat Harrison Reports; 1978
34 23 Relations, Ecumenical Bodies; 1978
34 24 Social Ethics Reader; 1978, n.d.
34 25 Study and Encounter Units; 1976-1978
34 26 Study on Community Development; 1979
34 27 Theological Assistance Programme; 1974-1975
34 28 Theological Consultation; 1976
34 29 Theological Education, n.d.
35 1 Theological Fraternity Bulletin; 1975-1979
35 2 M.B. Wynkoop - Theological Commission Member; 1974
Correspondence
35 3 "Dear Guys"; 1975
35 4 News Release; 1980
General
35 5 "Berlin Declaration"; 1974-1975
35 6 Chicago Declaration, Evangelicals for Social Action; 1976
35 7 Christian Communications Fellowship; 1978
35 8 Christian Service Fellowship, n.d.
35 9 Conference Sites; 1979
35 10 Construction Workers Christian Fellowship; 1978
35 11 Definition; 1975
35 12 Evangelical Strategy (Webber); 1976
35 13 Evangelical Trends; 1976-1977
35 14 Evangelism, Church Growth Workshops; 1973-1975
35 15 Foundation, Advancement of Christian Evangelism; 1977
35 16 HEAR Fund; 1976
35 17 History; 1950-1957, n.d.
35 18 International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, n.d.
35 19 Neo-Fundamentalism; 1976
35 20 OCEAN, Inc.; 1977-1980
35 21 Olson Communications Proposal; 1974
35 22 Organizing Fellowships; 1975
35 23 Prison Mission Association; 1977
35 24 Response Forms from NAE Contacts; 1982
35 25 Update; 1976
Mailing
35 26 Executive Council; 1976-1977
35 27 Members; 1974-1977
Mission Organizations
35 28 African Enterprise, n.d.
35 29 African Independent Churches; 1978
35 30 Agape Movement, The, n.d.
Missions Organizations (cont.)
35 31 Aide Olympique Program; 1976
35 32 Ambassadors for Christ, Inc.; 1977
35 33 American Missionary Fellowship; 1974
35 34 American Society of Missiology; 1977
35 35 Asia Christian Communications Fellowship, n.d.
35 36 Asian Outreach; 1978
35 37 Asian Evangelists Commission; 1965-1969
35 38 Asociacion Misionera Evangelica Ecuatoriana; 1978
Association of Church Missions Committees,EFMA,IFMA Task Force
35 39 N.d.
36 1 1974-1975
36 2 1976
36 3 1977
36 4 1978-1979
36 5 Associates for World Evangelization, n.d.
36 6 Association of Evan. Relief and Development Organizations; 1978-1979,
n.d.
36 7 Bible Literature International, Inc.; 1979
36 8 Calvary Evangelistic Mission, Inc., n.d.
36 9 Campus Crusade, World Thrust; 1976, n.d.
36 10 Center for World Mission; 1977-1978
36 11 Centro Misiologico Andino; 1979
36 12 China Research Center; 1978-1979
36 13 Chinese Association of Christian Overseas; 1978
36 14 Chinese Christian Mission; 1976
36 15 Christ for the Nations, n.d.
36 16 Christ Gospel Mission, n.d.
36 17 Christian Aid Mission; 1979
36 18 Christian College of Southern Africa, n.d.
36 19 Christian Missionary Fellowship; 1979
36 20 Christian Resource Associates, n.d.
36 21 Christian Service Corps; 1977
36 22 Coordinating Office for Asian Evangelism; 1973-1975
36 23 Development Assistance Services; 1977
36 24 Development Association for Christian Institutions; 1978-1979
36 25 East-West Center; 1974
36 26 Evangelical Furlough Missionary Housing Service, n.d.
36 27 Evangelical Missionary Alliance, Great Britain, n.d.
36 28 Evangelical Mission Society of Evangelical Churches of West Africa, n.d.
36 29 Every Home Crusade; 1975
36 30 Far East Broadcasting Company, Inc.; 1979
36 31 Far Eastern Gospel Crusade, n.d.
36 32 Farms; 1975-1980
37 1 Fellowship of Faith for Muslims; 1975-1977
37 2 Fellowship of World Christians; 1975
37 3 Fisher's Fellowship, The, n.d.
37 4 Friends of Israel, The; 1975
37 5 Friends Missionary Prayer Band; 1978
37 6 Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship World Wide Outreach, n.d.
37 7 Furlough Missionary Institute; 1967-1968
37 8 Global Concern; 1975, n.d.
37 9 Go-Ye Fellowship; 1975-1977
37 10 Gospel Missionary Union, n.d.
37 11 Haggai Institute; 1975-1978
37 12 HCJB, n.d.
37 13 Have Christ Will Travel, Rev. Joseph C. Jeter, n.d.
37 14 ICI Brussels; 1977-1978
37 15 Indepth, n.d.
37 16 InterChristo, Current; 1976-1977
37 17 Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association; 1973-1978
37 18 International Assistance Mission; 1974-1978
37 19 International Association for Mission Studies; 1979
37 20 International Christian Leadership; 1976
37 21 International Christian Network; 1979
37 22 International Development Organization; 1977
37 23 International Fellowship of Christians; 1979, n.d.
37 24 International Gospel League; 1976
37 25 International Hospital Christian Fellowship, n.d.
37 26 International Institute for Relief and Development; 1980
37 27 International Self-Help Partners, Inc.; 1975
37 28 International Students, Inc.; 1973-1980
37 29 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; 1974-1981
37 30 Karatana, Inc., n.d.
37 31 Korea International Mission, Inc.; 1975, n.d.
37 32 Latin America Council of Churches; 1979
37 33 Latin American Evangelical Center for Pastoral Studies; 1979
37 34 Lebanon Overseas Village Evangelical, Inc., n.d.
37 35 Light in the East; 1978
38 1 Literacy and Evangelism; 1975-1980
38 2 Missionary Fellowship, Inc., n.d.
38 3 Missionary Information Bureau; 1977
38 4 Missions Unlimited; 1979
38 5 Moody Bible Institute Projects; 1973
38 6 National Black Christian Students; 1974, n.d.
38 7 Navigators, The; 1979
38 8 New Life Evangelistic Association; 1977
38 9 New Zealand Evangelical Missionary Alliance; 1974-1979
38 10 North American Baptist Missionary Society; 1977
38 11 Operation Mobilization; 1977
38 12 Order for World Evangelization; 1976
38 13 Overseas Counsel Service, n.d.
38 14 Overseas Ministries Study Center; 1977-1979
38 15 Overseas Missionary Fellowship, n.d.
38 16 OXFAM, n.d.
38 17 Luis Palau; 1975-1977
38 18 Park Street Church; 1975
Partnership in Mission
38 19 1979-1980
38 20 Peter Savage Projects, n.d.
38 21 Prakash Association, Institute, n.d.
38 22 REACH, Tabor; 1978
38 23 Regions Beyond Missionary Union, n.d.
38 24 Shabaz, W., Associates Inc.; 1978-1979
38 25 Short Terms Abroad; 1974
38 26 Skinner Associates, n.d.
38 27 Sodoin Dendo; 1977-1981
38 28 SOS-Sahel International; 1977
38 29 South America Mission, Inc.; 1978
38 30 Sudan Interior Mission; 1979-1980
38 31 Summer Institute of International Studies; 1975-1976
39 1 Teen Missions; 1979
39 2 Toronto Institute of Linguistics; 1978
39 3 Traci - Indian, n.d.
39 4 Training Evangelistic Leadership, n.d.
39 5 United Bible Societies; 1974-1975
39 6 United Presbyterians for World Mission; 1976-1977
39 7 United Presbyterian Order for World Evangelization; 1975-1977, n.d.
39 8 U.S. Center for World Mission; 1977-1982
39 9 United World Mission; 1978
39 10 Urban Training Institute; 1979, n.d.
39 11 Vision, Incorporated; 1976
39 12 Voice of Calvary; 1976
39 13 William Carey Institute for Evangelism and Church Growth; 1974-1977
39 14 World Gospel Mission; 1979
39 15 World Missions Research Center of Dallas; 1975
39 16 World Prayer Band, n.d.
39 17 World Presbyterian Missions, Inc.; 1976-1978
39 18 Worldteam; 1979, n.d.
39 19 Worldwide Evangelization Crusade; 1979
National Associations
39 20 Australian Evangelical Alliance; 1972-1974
39 21 Concile Des Eglises Evangeliques d'Haiti; 1973-1977
Evangelical Fellowship of
39 22 India; 1974, n.d.
39 23 Canada; 1972
39 24 Denmark, n.d.
39 25 European Evangelical Alliance, Council Meeting; 1975
39 26 Alianza Evangelica de Guatemala; 1974-1979
39 27 Indonesian Evangelical Fellowship; 1973-1974
39 28 "Dear Friends," Letters to `Insiders' and Secretaries and Presidents of National Fellowships; 1977
39 29 Natal; 1974-1977
39 30 New Zealand, Evangelical Alliance of; 1965-1979
39 31 Rhodesia, Evangelical Fellowship of; 1972-1974
40 1 Sierra Leone, Evangelical Fellowship of; 1973-1975
40 2 South Africa Evangelical Council; 1974
40 3 Southeast Asia Regional Conference; 1975-1976
40 4 South Pacific Islands, Evangelical Alliance; 1966-1973
40 5 Spanish Evangelical Alliance; 1954-1972
40 6 Thailand, Evangelical Fellowship of; 1972-1974
40 7 Vietnam, Evangelical Fellowship of; 1960-1973
40 8 Zambia, Evangelical Fellowship of; 1973-1974
Public Relations
40 9 News Release Information; 1974-1980
Publications
40 10 Idea; 1975-1981
40 11 Past Periodicals; 1955-1959
40 12 Programming; 1975-1976
40 13 Programmed Instruction Materials; 1977-1979
40 14 World Relief Reporter; 1974-1977
40 15 World News; 1974-1975
Relations with Other Organizations
40 16 Evangelistic Association of New England; 1975
40 17 Federation of Evangelical Churches of India; 1974-1975
40 18 Heed/Haiti; 1976-1977
40 19 IFMA/EFMA Guidelines; 1976
40 20 Latin America Council of Churches; 1978, n.d.
Lausanne Continuation Committee
40 21 1974-1977
40 22 Biographies, n.d.
40 23 Minutes, Mexico City; 1975
40 24 Relations; 1975-1977
Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization
40 25 LCWE Minutes, Atlanta; 1976
40 26 LCWE Minutes, Bermuda; 1978
40 27 Scott Letter Re LCWE/WEF Relations; 1978
40 28 Theology and Education Group; 1977-1978
40 29 WEF Meeting; 1979
National Association of Evangelicals
40 30 1974-1978
41 1 NAE - WEF Relations; 1953-1957
41 2 Pacific Conference of Churches; 1977
41 3 Relations, General; 1977-1978
41 4 UNILAM, n.d.
41 5 Union of International Associations; 1977
41 6 United Nations; 1958
World Council of Churches
41 7 1974-1981
41 8 WCC/WEF Consultation; 1975-1976
Travel Reports
41 9 1952, n.d.
41 10 1974-1975
41 11 Africa Trip; 1975
41 12 West Africa; 1975
41 13 Orient Trip; 1976
41 14 Europe Trip; 1976
41 15 Caribbean Trip; 1976
41 16 Africa Trip; 1977
41 17 Orient Trip; 1977
Alphabetical Correspondence File
1975
A
42 1 1974-1975
42 2 Individuals; 1975
B
42 3 1975
42 4 Individuals; 1975
C
42 5 1975
42 6 Individuals; 1975
D
42 7 1975
42 8 Individuals; 1975
42 9 E; 1975
42 10 F; 1975
G
42 11 1974-1975
43 1 Individuals; 1975
H
43 2 1974-1975
43 3 Individuals; 1974-1975
I
43 4 1975
43 5 Individuals; 1975
43 6 J; 1975
K
43 7 1975-1976
43 8 Individuals; 1975
43 9 Kato, Byang; 1975-1976
L
43 10 1974-1976
43 11 Individuals; 1975
Mc
43 12 1975
43 13 Individuals; 1975
M
43 14 1975
43 15 Individuals; 1975
N
43 16 1975
43 17 Individuals; 1975
O
43 18 1975
43 19 Individuals; 1975
P
44 1 1975
44 2 Individuals; 1975
R
44 3 1975
44 4 Individuals; 1975
S
44 5 1975-1976
44 6 Individuals; 1974-1975
T
44 7 1975
44 8 Individuals; 1975
44 9 Taylor, Dr. Clyde; 1974-1975
44 10 U; 1975
44 11 V; 1975
W
44 12 1975
44 13 Individuals; 1975
XYZ
44 14 1975
44 15 Individuals; 1975
1976
45 A
45 1 1976
45 2 Individuals; 1976
B
45 3 1976
45 4 Individuals; 1976
C
45 5 1976
45 6 Individuals; 1976
D
45 7 1976
45 8 Individuals; 1976
E
46 1 1976
46 2 Individuals; 1976
F
46 3 1976
46 4 Individuals; 1976
G
46 5 1976
46 6 Individuals; 1976
H
46 7 1975-1976
46 8 Individuals; 1975-1976
46 9 I; 1976
J
46 10 1976
46 11 Individuals; 1976
K
46 12 1975-1976
46 13 Individuals; 1976
L
47 1 1976
47 2 Individuals; 1976
M
47 3 1976
47 4 Individuals; 1975-1976
47 5 Mc; 1976
N
47 6 1976
47 7 Individuals; 1976
O
47 8 1976
47 9 Individuals; 1976
P
47 10 1976
47 11 Individuals; 1976
47 12 Q; 1976
R
47 13 1976-1977
47 14 Individuals; 1976
S
48 1 1976
48 2 Individuals; 1976
T
48 3 1976
48 4 Individuals; 1976
48 5 U; 1976
48 6 V; 1975-1976
W
48 7 1976
48 8 Individuals; 1975-1976
XYZ
48 9 1976
48 10 Individuals; 1975-1976
1977
A
49 1 1977
49 2 1977
49 3 Individuals; 1977
B
49 4 1977
49 5 1977
49 6 1977
49 7 Individuals; 1977
C
49 8 1977
49 9 1977
49 10 1977
49 11 Individuals; 1977
D
49 12 1977
49 13 Individuals; 1977
49 14 E; 1977
F
50 1 1977
50 2 1977
50 3 Individual; 1977
G
50 4 1977
50 5 1977
50 6 Individual; 1977
H
50 7 1977
50 8 1977
50 9 1977
50 10 Individual; 1977
50 11 I; 1977
50 12 J; 1977
K
50 13 1977
50 14 Individual; 1977
L
50 15 1977
51 1 Individuals: 1977
M
51 2 1977
51 3 Individuals; 1977
51 4 Mc; 1977
N
51 5 1977
51 6 Individuals; 1977
O
51 7 1977
51 8 Individuals; 1977
51 9 P; 1977
R
51 10 1977
51 11 Individuals; 1977
S
52 1 1977
52 2 Individuals; 1977
T
52 3 1977
52 4 Individuals; 1977
U
52 5 1977
52 6 Individuals; 1977
52 7 V; 1977
W
52 8 1977
52 9 Individuals; 1977
52 10 XYZ; 1977
1978
A
53 1 1978
53 2 Individuals; 1978
B
53 3 1978
53 4 Individuals; 1978
C
53 5 1978
53 6 Individuals; 1978
D
53 7 1978
53 8 Individuals; 1978
53 9 E; 1978
F
53 10 1978
53 11 Individuals; 1978
G
53 12 1978
54 1 Individuals; 1978
H
54 2 1978
54 3 Individuals; 1978
54 4 I; 1978
J
54 5 1978
54 6 Individuals; 1978
K
54 7 1978
54 8 Individuals; 1978
L
54 9 1978
54 10 Individuals; 1978
M
54 11 1978
54 12 Individuals; 1978
Mc
54 13 1978
54 14 Individuals; 1978
N
54 15 1978
54 16 Individuals; 1978
O
55 1 1978
55 2 Individuals; 1978
P
55 3 1978
55 4 Individuals; 1978
R
55 5 1978
55 6 Individuals; 1978
S
55 7 1978
55 8 1978
55 9 Individuals; 1978
T
55 10 1978
55 11 Individuals; 1978
55 12 U; 1978
V
55 13 1978
55 14 Individuals; 1978
W
55 15 1978
55 16 Individuals; 1978
55 17 XYZ; 1978
55 18 Master Thank You's; 1978
1979
A
82 1 1979
82 2 Individuals; 1979
B
82 3 1979
82 4 Individuals; 1979
C
82 5 1979
82 6 Individuals; 1979
D
82 7 1979
82 8 Individuals; 1979
82 9 E; 1979
F
82 10 1979
82 11 Individuals; 1979
G
82 12 1979
82 13 Individuals; 1979
H
83 1 1979
83 2 Individuals; 1979
83 3 I; 1979
83 4 J; 1979
K
83 5 1979
83 6 Individuals; 1979
L
83 7 1979
83 8 Individuals; 1979
M
83 9 1979
83 10 Individuals; 1979
Mc
83 11 1979
83 12 Individuals; 1979
N
83 13 1979
83 14 Individuals; 1979
O
83 15 1979
83 16 Individuals; 1979
84 1 P; 1979
R
84 2 1979
84 3 Individuals; 1979
S
84 4 1979
84 5 Individuals; 1979
T
84 6 1979
84 7 Individuals; 1979
84 8 U; 1979
V
84 9 1979
84 10 Individuals; 1979
W
84 11 1979
84 12 Individuals; 1979
XYZ
84 13 1979
84 14 Individuals; 1979
1980
A
85 1 1980
85 2 Individuals; 1980
B
85 3 1980
85 4 Individuals; 1980
C
85 5 1980
85 6 Individuals; 1980
D
85 7 1980
85 8 Individuals; 1980
E
85 9 1980
85 10 Individuals; 1980
F
85 11 1980
85 12 Individuals; 1980
G
85 13 1980
85 14 Individuals; 1980
H
85 15 1980
85 16 Individuals; 1980
85 17 I; 1980
85 18 J; 1980
K
85 19 1980
85 20 Individuals; 1980
L
85 21 1980
85 22 Individuals; 1980
M
86 1 1980
86 2 Individuals; 1980
Mc
86 3 1980
86 4 Individuals; 1980
N
86 5 1980
86 6 Individuals; 1980
1980
86 O
86 7 1980
86 8 Individuals; 1980
P
86 9 1980
86 10 Individuals; 1980
R
86 11 1980
86 12 Individuals; 1980
S
86 13 1980
86 14 Individuals; 1980
T
86 15 1980
86 16 Individuals; 1980
86 17 U; 1980
V
86 18 1980
86 19 Individuals; 1980
W
86 20 1980
87 1 Individuals; 1979-1980
XYZ
87 2 1979-1980
87 3 Individuals; 1980
I. Wade Coggins
A
87 4 1981
87 5 Individuals; 1980-1981
B
87 6 1981
87 7 Individuals; 1981
C
87 8 1981
87 9 Individuals; 1981
D
87 10 1981
87 11 Individuals; 1981
E
87 12 1981
87 13 Ediger, Anne; 1981
F
87 14 1981
87 15 Individuals; 1981
G
87 16 1981
87 17 Individuals; 1981
H
87 18 1981
87 19 Individuals; 1981
87 20 I; 1981
J
87 21 1981
87 22 Individuals; 1981
87 23 K; 1981
L
87 24 1981
87 25 Individuals; 1981
M
87 26 1981
87 27 Individuals; 1981
Mc
87 28 1981
87 29 Individuals; 1981
N
88 1 1981
88 2 Individuals; 1980-1981
88 3 Nicholls, Bruce; 1981
O
88 4 1981
88 5 Individuals; 1981
P
88 6 1981
88 7 Individuals; 1981
R
88 8 1981
88 9 Individuals; 1981
S
88 10 1981
88 11 Individuals; 1981
T
88 12 1981
88 13 Individuals; 1981
88 14 U; 1980-1981
V
88 15 1981
88 16 Individuals; 1981
W
88 17 1981
88 18 Individuals; 1981
XYZ
88 19 1981
88 20 Individuals; 1981
J. David Howard
89 1 R A; 1982-1984
89 2 Adeyemo, Tokunboh; 1983
89 3 R B; 1983-1984
89 4 Bayston, Brian; 1983
89 5 R C; 1980-1986
89 6 Case, Mardoqueo Carranza; 1983
89 7 Coggins, Wade; 1983
89 8 R D; 1983-1984
89 9 Dain, Bishop A. J.; 1983
89 10 Derham, Morgan; 1983
89 11 E; 1983
89 12 F; 1983
89 13 Ford, Leighton; 1983
89 14 Froisland, Betty; 1983
89 15 G; 1980-1983
89 16 R H; 1983-1984
89 17 I; 1974-1983
89 18 R J; 1983-1984
89 19 Jasper, Gladys; 1983
89 20 R K; 1983-1984
89 21 R L; 1983-1984
90 1 Langlois, John; 1982-1983
90 2 R M; 1980-1984
90 3 Mc; 1983
90 4 Melvin, Billy; 1983
90 5 R N; 1983-1984
90 6 Nicholls, Bruce; 1983
90 7 Noel, Claude; 1983
90 8 R O; 1980-1984
90 9 Osei-Mensah, Gottried; 1983
90 10 R P; 1980-1984
90 11 Perez, Pablo E.; 1983
90 12 R R; 1981-1984
90 13 Reid, Bishop John; 1983
90 14 Richard, D. John; 1983
90 15 R S; 1979-1984
90 16 R T; 1982-1984
90 17 Taylor, Clyde; 1983
90 18 Theological Commission; 1982
90 19 U; 1981-1983
90 20 R V; 1982-1985
90 21 Vencer, Agustin; 1983
90 22 R W; 1981-1984
90 23 Williams, Theodore; 1983
90 24 XYZ; 1983
90 25 Youngblood, Robert; 1983
III. PRESIDENTS
A. Arthur Smith. The Archives does not have his WEF files.
B. Edward Cattell
56 1 Canadian Evangelical Fellowship; 1964
56 2 Christian Education, Department of; 1965-1968
56 3 Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1961-1970
56 4 Finance Committee; 1962-1966
International Secretary
56 5 1961-1962
56 6 1963-1966
57 1 1967-1971
Minutes
57 2 1953-1962
57 3 1962-1969
57 4 Minute's Notebook; 1955-1962
58 1 Miscellaneous Correspondence; 1962-1968
National Association of Evangelicals
58 2 1962-1967
58 3 International Relations Commission; 1958-1961
58 4 Taylor, Clyde; 1962-1968
58 5 World Council of Churches; 1964-1965
C. I. Ben Wati. The Archives does not have his WEF files.
D. Hudson Taylor Armerding. The Archives does not have his WEF files.
E. Theodore Williams.
59 R 1 Audit Reports; 1983-1992
Commissions
Missions
59 2 R Correspondence; 1989-1992
59 3 R Executive Committee; 1988-1992
59 4 R Executive Secretary; 1986-1992
59 5 R Minutes and Financial Statements; 1979-1989
59 6 R Reports; 1980-1992
59 7 R Treasurer; 1987-1992
59 8 R Other; 1986-1992
60 1 R Theological; 1989-1992
Conferences
60 2 R Asia Mission Congress; 1989-1990
60 3 Wheaton '83; 1983
60 4 R Correspondence; 1989-1992
60 5 R Director of Administration; 1987-1992
60 6 R European Representative (Eric Maillefer); 1987-1992
Executive Council
60 7 R 1983-1992
61 1 R Working Group; 1989-1992
General Assemblies
61 2 R Correspondence; 1986-1992
61 3 R Minutes; 1980-1992
61 4 R International Director; 1988-1992
62 1 R Members; 1987-1992
62 2 R North American Regional Office; 1990-1992
62 3 R Publications Committee; 1984-1992
62 4 R Reports; 1982-1989
62 5 R Treasurer; 1982-1992
IV. OTHER OFFICERS
A. John Langlois
1977-78
Commissions and WEF Executive
63 1 B. Nicholls; 1977-1978
63 2 B. Nicholls Memos; 1977-1978
63 3 W. Scott; 1977-1978
63 4 P. Harrison; 1977-1978
63 5 Bockmuhl, Climenhaga; 1977-1978
63 6 L. Holmes; 1977-1978
63 7 World Evangelical Development; 1977-1979
63 8 WEF General; 1977-1978
63 9 Evangelical Review of Theology; 1979-1980
63 10 G. Landreth, B. Armstrong; 1977-1978
63 11 Executive Meeting, Portland; 1978
Educational and Library Projects
63 12 B.L.F.; 1979-1980
63 13 Scholarship Fund; 1980
64 1 Study Units; 1980
64 2 Accreditation; 1979-1980
64 3 Lecture Tours; 1978-1980
Accounts - Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasurer
64 4 Accounts; 1978-1979
Europe
64 5 Scandinavia & British Isles; 1977-1978
64 6 Benelux, Germany & Austria; 1978
64 7 Switzerland & Italy; 1978
64 8 France & E. Europe; 1978
64 9 BMMF & EA; 1977-1978
Africa
64 10 N. Africa & Middle East, Africa; 1977-1978
64 11 AEAM; 1977-1978
64 12 Evangel., Africa General; 1977-1978
Asia
64 13 Far East Asia & Australasia; 1977-1978
64 14 ATA.; 1977-1978
1979-1980
Commissions and WEF Executive
64 15 B.J. Nicholls; 1979-1980
65 1 W. Scott; 1980
65 2 P. Harrison; 1979-1980
65 3 G. Stephenson, S. Murphy; 1979-1980
65 4 R. Youngblood; 1979-1980
65 5 E.C. Meeting; 1980
65 6 Theological Commission; 1977-1980
65 7 Theological Commission Meetings; 1980
66 1 Executive Committee; 1979-1980
66 2 WED Ltd; 1978-1980
66 3 WEF General & WEF EC; 1978-1980
66 4 Communications Commission; 1980
66 5 EC Members, Review of Constitution; 1979
Publications
66 6 TN; 1978-1980
66 7 TET, GR, CR; 1980
66 8 Monographs, Brochures, Requests for other Publications; 1978-1980
67 1 TC Accounts; 1980
67 2 Accounts, Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasury: Reports to Donors, General Finance, Fund Raising; 1979-1980
The Americas
67 3 America & the other Americas; 1979-1980
67 4 Caribbean; 1979-1980
67 5 Europe; 1979-1980
67 6 Africa; 1979-1980
67 7 Asia; 1979-1980
67 8 Miscellaneous: Lausanne Committee, E.C. Minutes, WCC, Circular Letters; 1973-1979
1981
Commissions and WEF Executive
67 9 B. Nicholls; 1981
68 1 R. Youngblood; 1980-1981
68 2 W. Coggins; 1981
68 3 L. McKinney, P. Bowers; 1981
68 4 B. Frum; 1981
68 5 P. Harrison; 1981
68 6 Amerongen Meetings; 1981
68 7 Malawi Meetings; 1981
68 8 Wheaton '83 Planning; 1981
68 9 General Assembly, TC Meetings; 1980
68 10 Theological Commission, TC & EC; 1981
69 1 WED, WEF General; 1981
69 2 Communications Commission; 1981
69 3 Missions Commission, Correspondence with TC & EC Members; 1981
Publications
69 4 Global Report, News Releases, GR, CR; 1981
69 5 ERT; 1980-1981
Educational and Library Projects
69 6 Scholarship Fund (ITAF); 1981
69 7 Study Units; 1980-1981
69 8 ICAA; 1980-1981
69 9 TC Accounts; 1981
69 10 The Americas; 1980-1981
70 1 Europe; 1981
70 2 Africa; 1981
70 3 Asia; 1981
70 4 Miscellaneous: Lausanne, WCC; 1980-1981
1982
Commissions and WEF Executive
70 5 Bruce Nicholls; 1982
70 6 Correspondence with WEF Staff; 1982
70 7 Theological Commission; 1982
71 1 Executive Council; 1981-1982
71 2 TC EC, Communication Commission, Missions Commissions; 1981-1982
Publications
71 3 Theological Education Today, Global Report, Communications Report;

1982

71 4 Theological News; 1981-1982
71 5 Evangelical Review of Theology; 1982
71 6 Publications Administration; 1981-1982
71 7 Publications Administration; 1981-1982
Publications Committee
71 8 1982
71 9 1981-1982
71 10 1982
Educational and Library Projects
72 1 BLF & Scholarship Fund; 1981-1982
72 2 CRESR Publications, Church & China Task Force, Wheaton '83; 1981-1982
Accounts - Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasurer
72 3 1982
72 4 Donors, Treasurer Corr.; 1981
72 5 Fund Raising; 1980-1982
72 6 Finance; 1981-1982
72 7 Finance Papers; 1981-1982
The Americas
73 1 N. America; 1982
73 2 Latin America; 1982-1983
Europe
73 3 1981-1982
73 4 British Isles; 1981-1982
73 5 Germany, France, BMMF London; 1982
73 6 Africa; 1981-1982
73 7 Asia; 1982
1983
Commissions and WEF Executive
73 8 B. Nicholls; 1983
73 9 R. Youngblood; 1982-1983
73 10 Holland Office; 1983
73 11 D. Howard, Wheaton Office; 1983
73 12 Executive Committee (TC), Wheaton '83, Theological Commission; 1983
73 13 TC Members, Communications Commission, Missions Commission;

1983

74 1 WEF Executive; 1983
74 2 WEF Reports, Memoranda from General Secretary, Mailing Lists; 1983
Publications
74 3 General, Subscribers A-C; 1982-1983
74 4 Global Report, Paternoster - General Corr.; 1983
74 5 ERT General Corr.; 1983
74 6 ERT Subs., Publishing Programme Overview; 1982-1983
74 7 Monograph Series, "Perception"; 1982-1983
74

8 "Best of TET," Lifestyle in '80s, Requests for other Publications, WEF Hymnal; 1983
Educational and Library Projects
74 9 BLF; 1982-1983
74 10 Scholarship Fund; 1982-1983
74 11 Study Units - General, Ethics S.U., Pastoral S.U., R.C. Task Force Theology S.U., Muslim S.U., Theol Ed. S.U., ICAA; 1983
75 1 Accreditation, Church in China; 1983
Accounts - Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasurer
75 2 1983
75 3 Finance; 1982-1983
75 4 Fundraising; 1982-1983
75 5 WEF Treasurer, Correspondence; 1982-1983
75 6 Finance Committee; 1983
75 7 Americas - General, N. America, Caribbean, S. America, L.A. Fraternity; 1982-1983
75 8 Europe - Scandinavia, British Isles, Switz., Italy, France, Europe - General, BMMF; 1983
75 9 Africa; 1983
76 1 Asia; 1983
76 2 Misc: Lausanne, WCC, Wheaton '83 Materials; 1981-1983
1984
76 Commissions and WEF Executive
76 3 R B. Nicholls, India Office, R. Youngblood; 1984
76 4 R Holland Office, D. Howard, Wheaton Office, D. Howard Memoranda; 1984
76 5 R Next EC Meeting, TC Executive, J. Langlois, Theological Commission; 1984
76

6 R TC Members, Communications Commission, Missions Commission; 1984
76 7 R Pending Matters, WEF Executive, WEF Council Minutes, WEF Treasurer's Reports, Next WEF Council Meeting, Constitution

Sub-committee; 1983-1984

76

8 R Church Renewal Commission, Women's Commission, General Assembly 1986, Working Group; 1983-1984
Publications
76 9 R Mailing Lists, General Matters, Unclass. Subscribers, Subscribers A-C; 1984
76 10 R Theological Education Today, Global Report, Communications Report,

Office Copies - TN, Advertising, Brochures, CRESR Publications; 1983-1984

77

1 R General Corr. with Paternoster, General Corr. re. ERT, ERT Subscriptions, Paternoster Invoices, Publications Committee; 1984
77

2 R Publications Sub-Committee, Publishing Agreements, Wheaton '83;

1982-1984

77 3 R Perception, Other Publications, Paternoster Price Lists; 1984
77

4 R Evangel Press, Biblical Library Fund, Lecture Tours, Scholarship Fund, Study Units - General; 1984
77 5 R Ethics and Society S.U., Pastoral Ministry T.F., Ecumenical Issues T.F., Faith and Church S.U.; 1984
77 6 R Theology of Evangelism S.U.; 1983-1984
77 7 R Theological Education S.U., ICAA, Accreditation, Church in China T.F., Cons. on Holy Spirit; 1983-1984
Accounts, Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasurer
78 1 R General Finance, Accounts, Receipts, Fund raising, WEF General

Budgets; 1984

78 2 R General Budgets, General Records, Treasurer Corresp., Finance

Committee; 1983-1984

78 3 R (The Americas) North America, Caribbean, South America, Christian Leadership Letter, General, (Europe) British Isles, Scandinavia, Benelux, Germany, Austria, Switz., Italy, France, S.W. & E. Europe, E.A., BMMF; 1984
78 4 R (African) N. Africa, Middle East, West Africa, Central Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, AEAM (incl. TC), General, (Asia) West & South Asia, S.E. Asia, Far East Asia, Australasia; 1983-1984
78 5 R (Misc.) ATA, TRACI, General, Office Administration, Printing, Publicity, Travel, Wheaton '83, Miscellaneous, LCWE; 1984
1985
Commissions and WEF Executive
78 6 R B. Nicholls, B. Nicholls Successor; 1985
78 7 R India Office, Bob Youngblood, Holland Office; 1985
78

8 R David Howard, Wheaton Office, D. Howard Memoranda, Next E.C. Meeting; 1985
78

9 R TC Exec. Committee, J. Langlois, Theological Commission, TC Members, Communications Commission; 1984-1985
79 1 R Missions Commission, WEF Executive, EXCO Minutes; 1985
79 2 R WEF General Matters, Church Renewal Commission, Women's Commission, E.C. Working Group, Jan Stap; 1985
Publications
79 3 R Theological News, TET, Global Report, Communications Report,

Brochures, CRESR Publications, General Corr. with Paternoster; 1985

79 4 R General Corr.: ERT, Paternoster Invoices, Publications Committee,

Publications Sub-Committee; 1985

79

5 R Wheaton '83 Publications, Transformation, Other Publications, Evangel Press; 1985
79 6 R Educational and Library Projects - Biblical Library Fund, Scholarship Fund, Study Units - General, Ethics Study Unit, Ecumenical Relations S.U., Theology S.U., Evangelism S.U., Theol. Ed. S.U., ICAA, Accreditation, Consultation on Holy Spirit; 1985
Accounts, Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasurer
79 7 R Lloyd's Bank; 1984
79 8 R Lloyd's Bank; 1984
80 1 R Bank Accounts, Audit Papers; 1984-1985
80 2 R Gary-Wheaton Bank; 1984
80 3 R General Records; 1983-1985
80 4 R (The Americas) North America, Caribbean, (Europe) British Isles, Benelux, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, S.W. & E. Europe, E.A., BMMF, Europe - General; 1985
80

5 R (African) N. Africa, Middle East, W. Africa, Central Africa, East Africa,

Southern Africa, AEAM, (Asia) W. and S. Asia, S.E. Asia, Far East, Australasia, ATA, Asia - General; 1985

Accounts, Fundraiser, Financial Reports, Treasurer
80 6 R Accounts Corr.; 1984-1985
80 7 R Budgets; 1985
80 8 R Finance Committee; 1985
80 9 R Fund Raising; 1985
80 10 R Receipts; 1985
80 11 R Gary-Wheaton; 1985
80 12 R General Matters; 1985
80 13 R Lloyd Bank; 1985
80 14 R Lloyd Bank Sterling; 1985
80 15 R Lloyd's; 1984-1985
80 16 R Lloyd Bank DM; 1985
80 17 R Lloyd Bank; 1985
81 1 R Reports to Donors; 1984-1985
81 2 R Treasurer Corr.; 1984-1985
81 3 R Educational and Library Projects - Corr. with Donors, etc.; 1986-1987
Administration
Postal Ballots
81 4 1975
81 5 1976
81 6 1977
81 7 1978
81 8 1979-1981
V. WEF OFFICES
A. North American Office
WEF USA Board
91 1 Board Personnel; 1961-1962, n.d.
91 2 Finance Committee; 1961
91 3 Insurance (Travel) - NAE; 1961
Mailings
91 4 1959
91 5 1960
Letters to Board Members
91 6 1958
91 7 1959
91 8 1962
91 9 1960
91 10 1961
91 11 Mailings; 1961-1962
Meetings
91 12 February; 1958
91 13 April; 1958
91 14 May; 1958
91 15 July; 1958
91 16 October; 1958
91 17 March; 1959-1960
91 18 Annual, April; 1959
91 19 May; 1959
91 20 Mid-Year, Indianapolis, October; 1959
91 21 March; 1960
91 22 Annual, April; 1960
91 23 September; 1961
91 24 Atlanta, November; 1960
92 1 Chicago, January; 1961
92 2 Grand Rapids, April; 1961
Minutes
92 3 1955-1958
92 4 1959-1961
92 5 Moving; 1958
NAE
92 6 1957-1959
92 7 1960
92 8 1961
93 1 1962
93 2 Board Meeting; 1961
93 3 Churches; 1958
93 4 Meetings; 1955-1958
93 5 Relationship of NAE and WEF; 1960
93 6 Scholarship Committee; 1958-1959
93 7 Share Materials; 1952-1954
Communications Commission
93 8 1982
Correspondence
93 9 1981-1983
93 10 Gladys Jasper; 1982-1983
93 11 R Jim Johnson; 1982-1984
93 12 R Finance; 1982-1985
Meetings
94 1 Ad Hoc; 1980
94 2 1979-1980
94 3 1980
94 4 1981-1982
94 5 Washington, DC; 1980-1983
94 6 Washington, DC; 1983
94 7 R Ministry Goals, 1984; 1983
Reports
94 8 Seventh General Assembly; 1980
94 9 Minutes, Meetings; 1981
94 10 Communications Mailing List, n.d.
94 11 R Executive Secretary; 1981-1985
94 12 Suggested Guidelines; 1980
Missions Commission
Consultation
94 13 1983
94 14 Reaching the Unreached in Sumatra, Indonesia; 1982-1983
94 15 R Correspondence; 1976-1985
94 16 R Finance; 1983-1985
Meeting
94 17 1980
94 18 Executive Committee, England; 1979-1980
94 19 Executive Committee, New Jersey; 1981
94 20 Bangalore, India; 1981-1982
Report
94 21 Seventh General Assembly, England; 1980
94 22 Bangalore, India; 1982
94 23 Patrick Sookhdeo; 1981-1982
94 24 Teo van der Weele; 1982
94 25 Theodore Williams; 1982-1983
Theological Commission
95 1 Commissions Conference: Amerongen, Netherlands; 1981
95 2 R Bali; 1983-1984
95 3 R Budget; 1981-1984
95 4 R Consultation on the Church and the Arms Race; 1984-1986
95 5 Consultation on the Relationship Between Evangelism and Social Responsibility; 1981-1983
95 6 Correspondence; 1981-1983
95 7 Development; 1979-1982
95 8 R Ethics and Society; 1980-1984
95 9 R Funds, Projects, and Programs; 1982-1985
95 10 General; 1980-1981
95 11 International Theological Assistance Fund; 1981-1983
95 12 Joint WEF/LCWE Projects; 1978-1980
95 13 Keyes, Larry; 1982
95 14 R Members and Membership; 1976-1984
96 1 R Nicholls, Bruce, Correspondence; 1981-1984
96 2 R Search for Executive Secretary; 1984-1985
96 3 R Tap-Asia; 1971-1985
96 4 Vinay, Samuel; 1980-1981
96 5 Youngblood, Bob; 1981-1983
Women's Commission
96 6 R Haiti Women's Project; 1982-1985
96 7 R Africa Women's Project Fund; 1982-1984
96 8 R Africa Women's Project; 1984
96 9 R 1983-1984
96 10 Correspondence; 1977-1983
96 11 Disbandment and Reformation of Commission; 1983
96 12 Fadel, Mary - Egypt; 1981
96 13 Finances; 1983
97 1 General Information; 1980
97 2 Hands Up Handcraft Proposal; 1981
97 3 Handcraft Projects; 1981
97 4 Handcraft/Camacraft Sales; 1981
97 5 WRC/CAMA Services Agreement; 1981
International Style Show
97 6 Correspondence; 1982-1983
97 7 Expenses; 1982
97 8 Originals; 1982
97 9 Plans and Procedures, n.d.
97 10 Program; 1982
97 11 Report to Seventh General Assembly, England; 1980
Script
97 12 African Portion; 1981
97 13 Hmong Portion; 1982
97 14 Introduction, Finale; 1982
97 15 Latin American Portion, n.d.
97 16 Southeast Asia, Cambodia; 1982
97 17 Slide Show Presentation; 1982
97 18 Javalera, Betty - Philippines, n.d.
97 19 West Africa Women's Project; 1983
98 1 R Women; 1981-1984
98 2 R Women in Development; 1981-1984
98 3 R Women's Ministries; 1981-1984
98 4 R Women's Project Information, 1983; 1981-1984
98 5 Women's Survey Questionnaire; 1983
98 6 R Bea Zapista - Correspondence; 1982-1984
Global Deacons
98 7 Certificates; 1978
98 8 Correspondence; 1977-1980
98 9 Financial Records; 1978-1979
98 10 Incorporation Papers; 1977-1979
98 11 Memoranda; 1978-1980
National Associations
99 1 AEAM Africa; 1974-1981
99 2 Argentina; 1990
99 3 R Correspondence: Asia Missions Association, Korea; 1975-1987
99 4 Australia Evangelical Alliance; 1973-1982
99 5 Evangelical Fellowship of Bangladesh; 1980-1981
99 6 BEST/AEAM/Africa; 1976-1982
99 7 Bolivia; 1990
99 8 Confraternidad Evangelica Latinoamerica; 1990
99 9 Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1976-1982
100 1 R Indonesia Evangelical Fellowship; 1984-1985
100 2 R Immanuel General Mission, Japan; 1984-1987
100 3 R Ivory Coast, Africa; 1981-1987
100 4 R Japan Evangelical Association; 1987
100 5 R Evangelical Fellowship of Kenya; 1979-1981
100 6 R National Evangelical Christian Fellowship, Malaysia; 1984-1987
100 7 R Associations and groups in Malawi; 1981-1986
100 8 NEGST/AEAM/Africa; 1978-1982
100 9 R Evangelical Fellowship of New Zealand; 1986-1987
100 10 R Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches; 1975-1988
Seventh WEF General Assembly
100 11 Accreditation - Attendance; 1980
100 12 Accreditation Report; 1980
100 13 Addresses; 1980
100 14 Attendance; 1980
100 15 Basic Issues in the Asian Church, Compendium/Bong Rin Ro, n.d.
100 16 Bridges in Missions, Compendium/Theodore Williams, n.d.
100 17 Phill Butler's Paper, Communications Commission, n.d.
100 18 Catholics/Evangelicals/Catholic Evangel., Compendium/Ralph Martin, n.d.
100 19 J. Chao's Paper, Oppression; 1976-1979
100 20 W. Chow Paper, Accreditation; 1980
100 21 The Church Facing a Suffering World, Compendium/Noel, n.d.
100 22 Communication Commission Agenda; 1980
100 23 Commission Meetings; 1978
101 1 Communication in Crisis, Compendium/ Bert Dorebos; 1979
101 2 Communications Commission Report, n.d.
101 3 Communications Commission Members, n.d.
101 4 Compendium Responses; 1978-1979
101 5 Conference Planning; 1979-1980
101 6 Constitution; 1974
101 7 Cultural Approach to World Evangelization, Compendium/Liao; 1980
101 8 Directory; 1980
101 9 Eficor Training Program, n.d.
101 10 European Evangelical Communicator's Association, Minutes -London; 1980
101 11 Evangelical Perspectives-Western Europe, Compendium/ Morgan Derham; n.d.
101 12 Evangelical and Human Rights, Compendium/D. John Richard, n.d.
101 13 Evangelicals in Eastern Europe, Compendium/Peter Kuzmic, n.d.
101 14 Finances, n.d.
101 15 General; 1979-1980
101 16 General Secretary's Report, n.d.
101 17 Z. Gerig Papers, Accreditation; 1980
101 18 D. Gitari's Paper, Oppression; 1979-1980
101 19 The Great Commission/Disciplemaking/and Social Justice Compendium/ Chew, n.d.
101 20 Donald Hay's Paper - Lifestyle, n.d.
101 21 High Leigh Conference Centre; 1979
101 22 George Hoffman Proposals, n.d.
101

23 Issues Confronting American Evangelicals in the Eighties Compendium/ Lundquist, n.d.
101 24 International Forum of Evangelical Women, Compendium/Hansell, n.d.
101 25 Joint Meetings; 1980
101 26 Judgement and Hope in the Market Place, Compendium/Nicholls, n.d.
101 27 Korean Missions, Compendium/Chun, n.d.
101 28 Latin America: Hope and Reality, Compendium/Perez, n.d.
101 29 LCWE Resolution, n.d.
102 1 Lundquist Report; 1980
102 2 Maruyama's Paper - Lifestyle, n.d.
102 3 Mathew's Paper - Theology of Development; 1980
102 4 McKinney's Paper - Accreditation; 1980
102 5 Minutes, England; 1980
102 6 Missions Commission Report, n.d.
102 7 Miscellaneous; 1979-1982
102 8 Muslim Consult. - Attendance; 1980
102 9 National Reports; 1979-1980
102 10 Observers/Guests (Ballot); 1979
102 11 Osei-Mensah's Paper - Lifestyle; 1980
102 12 Oppression Consult. - Misc.; 1979-1980
102 13 Padilla's Paper - Lifestyle, n.d.
102 14 Participants; 1980
102 15 Pentecostals/Charismatics and the Evangelical Movement, Compendium/Odunaike, n.d.
102 16 Perez's Paper, Oppression, n.d.
102 17 Pinnock Paper, Lifestyle, n.d.
102 18 Post-Assembly Press Reports; 1980
102 19 Press Releases, Commission; 1980
102 20 Proposals and Resolutions; 1980
102 21 Radio Station Information, n.d.
102 22 Recommendation on Worldwatch; 1980
102 23 Reimbursements; 1980
103 1 Relations with other Bodies, n.d.
Resolutions
103 2 1980
103 3 Tribes People; 1980
103 4 Responses to Notification; 1980
103 5 Samuel/Sugden Paper - Theol. of Development, n.d.
103 6 Schrotenboer's Paper, Oppression; 1979
103 7 Scott Guidelines, Communications Commissions; 1980
103 8 Scott's Paper, Oppression Consultations; 1980
103 9 Serving our Generation; 1980
103 10 Sider's Paper, Lifestyle Consultation; 1980
103 11 Simple Lifestyle; 1979-1980
103 12 Tom Sine Paper, Theol. of Development; 1980
103 13 Special Correspondence; 1979-1980
103 14 W. Taylor Papers, Accreditation, n.d.
103 15 Teaching Missions Consultations; 1980
103 16 Theol. Commission Report; 1980
103 17 Theological Consultations; 1980
103 18 Theol. of Development; 1980
103 19 Watson's Paper, Lifestyle Consultation, n.d.
103 20 Women's Commission Report; 1980
103 21 Asian Proposal; 1980
103 22 Working Manual (Scott Murphy); 1980
B. Singapore Office The Archives does not have the records of this office.



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