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Papers of Edwin Leonard "Jack" Frizen, Jr. - Collection 434


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Table of Contents

Title Page and Restrictions

Brief Description of This Collection

Biography

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

Lists of Audio Tapes and Video Tapes in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Video tapes
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Box List)



Collection 434 [January 7, 2013]

Frizen, Edwin Leonard “Jack” Jr; 1925-2012

Papers; 1929-1995, n.d.

11 DC; Audio Tapes, Video Tapes (4.93 cubic feet)



Brief Description: Oral history interviews, articles, brochures, booklets, clippings, correspondence, directories, financial records, manuals, minutes, publications, reports, and other materials documenting Frizen’s life. Material is mostly concerned with his family life, work with G.I. Gospel Hour, director of Far East Gospel Crusade (now SEND International), executive director of International Foreign Mission Association (IFMA), director of Tyndale House Foundation, trustee of the Henry and Susan Crowell Trust, missionary in the Philippines, Paul Rader, and the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle.


Restrictions: None





Biography


Full name

Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr.

Birth

March 9, 1925, Chicago, Illinois

Death December 22, 2012, Orlando, Florida

Family

 

Parents

Edwin Leonard and Hannah Sweiberg Frizen

 

Marital Status

Married Grace Elizabeth Howell, August 3, 1950

 

Children

None

Conversion

At the age of 7

Education

 

1943, 1946-1949

Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL; BA, Anthropology

 

1949-1950

Columbia Bible College Graduate School; MA Missions

 

1963

Florida State University; MS, Guidance and Counseling

 

ca. 1977-1980

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; DMiss.

Career

 

1943-1946

United States Navy

 

1949-1953

Member, Board of Directors, Far Eastern Gospel Crusade (FEGC)

 

1951-1953

Assistant to Executive Secretary, Home Secretary, and Treasurer of FEGC, Minneapolis

 

1954-1957

Philippine Treasurer and Business Manager, FEGC

 

1958

Furlough

 

1959-1963

Missionary to the Philippines, FEGC

 

1963-1991

Executive Secretary (1963-1974) & Executive Director (1975-1991) of International Foreign Mission Association (IFMA)

 

1964-1992

Director of Tyndale House Foundation

 

1977-1993?

Trustee of the Henry Parsons & Susan Coleman Crowell Trust and secretary & treasurer (ca. 1984-1988)

 

1986-1987

President of Wheaton College alumni association

Other significant information

 

1976

Layman of the Year, National Association of Evangelicals, 1976

 

1977

Co-editor, Evangelical Missions Tomorrow

 

1992

Authored, 75 Years of IFMA, 1917-1992 : The Nondenominational Missions Movement





[Note: In the Scope & Content section, the notation “folder 2-5" means “Box 2, Folder 5"]


Scope and Content


The archivist left most of the materials in the order they were received. When order was unclear the folders were placed where they logically would fit. Most of the materials were created during the time Frizen was executive secretary and director for IFMA. Frizen’s involvement of over forty years in mission outreach through his leadership in FEGC and IFMA is highlighted in these records. Many documents in the collection are stamped “Rec’d IFMA” and appear to be Frizen’s personal copy while serving with IFMA. The documents are grouped into three groups as follows:

 

1    SEND International (formerly Far Eastern Gospel Crusade)

2    Personal

3    IFMA (Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association)



Series: I. Paper records.

Subseries: A: SEND International

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1946-1996

Volume: 1.7 cubic feet

Boxes: 1-6

Geographic coverage: Alaska, Japan, Philippines, United States

Type of documents: Correspondence, directories, financial records, minutes, publications, yearbooks

Correspondents: Philip Armstrong, Olan Hendrix, Wilbert Norton

Subjects: Candidate orientation, Central Alaska Missions, Far Eastern Bible Institute and Seminary, G. I. Gospel Hour, missions, missionary internship, SEND International, the church in the Philippines and Japan

Notes: The subseries consists mainly of materials Frizen acquired as director, secretary, treasurer, and missionary of SEND. The correspondence in this subseries does not contain any from Frizen but instead consists of memos and letters from SEND officials. The structure and work of SEND is reflected in reports from the annual United States Council Conferences and Japan and Philippine field conferences. SEND publications include several for soliciting funds, those for SEND staff and personnel, for council members. Minutes of some council meetings were filed by Frizen in the “Miscellaneous Publication” file (folder 5-11).


Exceptional items: Some of the materials included annual conference reports (folder 3-1), FEGC constitution and by-laws (folder 3-6), Japan field conference and council minutes (folders 4-2, 4-3), Philippines council minutes (folder 5-2), G. I. Gospel Hour Planning Council for 1946-1947 (folder 4-6), minutes of U. S. Council executive committee (folder 4-7), and various FEGC publications (folders 5-6 to 5-12, and 6-1). Correspondence (folder 3-4) include letters and/or form letters from Philip Armstrong (FEGC executive secretary) and Olan Hendrix (FEGC home secretary). Eight yearbooks, The Vision, (1959-1966) of FEBIAS (Far Eastern Bible Institute and Seminary) are in folders 1-1, 1-2, 2-1, and 2-2. Folder 4-8 contains a letter from Wheaton College professor of missions & evangelism, H. (Hugo) Wilbert Norton, and in folder 5-5 is a report by Wheaton College anthropology professor Marvin K. Mayers, Tagalog Philippine Study.

Frizen’s 1953 masters thesis, A Study of Candidate Procedure as Followed by the Far Eastern Gospel Crusade (folder 3-2), The Story of Far Eastern Gospel Crusade written in 1949 (folder 4-6), and an interesting small notebook (folder 3-7) containing cards with FEGC missionaries photo, address, ministry, next furlough, birth dates and names of children.



Series: I. Paper records.

Subseries: B: Personal

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1929-1993

Volume: 1.7 cubic feet

Boxes: 2, 6-11

Geographic coverage: Philippines, United States

Type of documents: Articles, brochures, booklets, clippings, minutes, pocket calendars, reports

Correspondents: Peter Stam, Joseph Stowell, Ken Taylor

Subjects: Chicago Gospel Tabernacle, Crowell Trust, evangelization, missions, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS), Tyndale House Foundation, Wheaton College

Notes: Frizen’s articles and addresses are primarily missions related themes such as education for mission, discipleship, missionary challenge, standards of accounting and financial reporting for missionary organizations, history of missions, understanding the mission agency, worldwide missionary challenge, and missionary recruitment. Some of Frizen’s papers which he wrote while a doctoral student at TEDS include the subjects of modern missiologists, Bible book studies, leadership in the local church, Christianity and communism in China, and church growth. His pocket calendars generally record daily appointments. Frizen’s participation and leadership with the Henry and Susan Crowell Trust as trustee and Tyndale House Foundation as director are reflected in the minutes and correspondence of these organizations.


Exceptional items: Over twenty papers Frizen wrote while a students at TEDS, his application to TEDS, and the first chapter of An Historical Study of the Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association of North America (IFMA) in Relation to Evangelical Unity and Cooperation, are in folder 8-3. Folder 9-1 contains notes from his world trip in 1972 and African trip in 1968-1969. Over thirty articles, reports, and addresses by Frizen are in folder 6-3 including an address on Discipleship he gave at a Wheaton College mission chapel in January 1971. His personal pocket calendars in folders 7-3, 8-1, 8-2 cover the years 1964-1991. The calendar for 1965-1966 records Frizen’s trip to the Carribean and Central America. Two large miscellaneous files (folders 7-1, 7-2) contain mostly church missionary conference bulletins Frizen’s participated in and mission program brochures. Frizen’s time serving in the United States Navy is documented in the book, Forty-Second Battalion - Amadu, (42nd Naval Construction Battalion) in folder 6-4. Frizen is listed on page 134. Folder 11-3 contains miscellaneous materials from Frizen’s participation in the 1987 Wheaton College commencements programs as president of the Wheaton Alumni Association.


Folder 10-6 contains Frizen’s correspondence to and as a trustee for the Henry Parsons & Susan Coleman Crowell Trust for the years 1975-1993. Also in the folder is a chronological list of the election and succession of Crowell Trustees from 1927 to 1977 and a letter (December 17, 1992) from Joseph Stowell, president of Moody Bible Institute, thanking Frizen for a large donation from the Crowell Trust. Many of the letters are on IFMA letterhead are written by Frizen and a few by Peter Stam III (president of IFMA).


Tyndale House Foundation minutes of the board of directors meetings (1964-1992) are in folders 11-11 and 11-12. There is correspondence of Mark Taylor and Frizen in folder 11-10.

Three Chicago Gospel Tabernacle (CGT) booklets (folder 10-5) contain information about Daniel Paul Rader’s third missionary journey, radio ministry of CGT, and messages by Rader and Gerald B. Winrod.



Series: I. Paper records.

Subseries: C: International Foreign Mission Association (IFMA)

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1961-1992

Volume: 0.8 cubic feet

Boxes: 1, 9-10

Geographic coverage: United States

Type of documents: Financial records, manuals, reports

Subjects: Church growth, evangelism, mission administration, student mission groups, U.S. tax information,

Notes: Executive retreat reports contain messages on mission related themes, church growth, areas of missionary work, evangelism, and national churches. Some of Frizen’s annual reports give the current status of the work of that organization, question to consider to improve it, countries he visited and conditions there, recruitment of missionaries, and missionary statistics. IFM Update: Government/Business provide tax information for missionaries. There are papers which address the philosophy and objectives of student mission groups (folder 9-8)..


Exceptional items: Folders 1-1 and 1-2 contain the EFMA Mission Executive Retreat Reports (1961-1972) and folder 1-3 are the mission staff and member missions lists (1978-1987). Some of the IFMA materials include Frizen’s executive director’s reports and address to the IFMA annual meetings (folder 9-4), mission administration manual (folder 9-10), staff directories for 1983-1989 (folder 10-1), and statistical reports for 1963-1991 (folder 10-3). A postage stamp from India in folder 9-7 commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission.



Series: II. Audio Visual Materials

Arrangement: Chronological

Date Range: 1925-1995

Volume: 0.73 cubic feet

Geographic coverage: United States

Type of documents: Audio tapes (reels & cassette) and video tapes.

Subjects: See the description of each tape

Notes: Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. was interviewed by Paul A. Ericksen on August 9 and December 19, 1990, July 1 and July 16, 1992, and February 8, 1995. Interview tapes T1-T9 were conducted at the Billy Graham Center Archives and tapes T10-T12 were done at the headquarters of Pioneers in Orlando, Florida. The events described in the interviews cover the time period ca. 1925-1995. Topics discussed in the interview are listed in the order in which they were discussed. Audio tapes T13-T57 and video tapes V1-V8 were collected by Frizen most likely in his capacity as an officer of IFMA. For a description of these materials see the Audio Tape and Video Tape Location Records in the guide.


T1 (70 minutes). Description of father and mother; memories of family and childhood in Chicago; influence of Paul Rader; evangelist father’s work as song leader with Rader at the Chicago Gospel Tabernacle; Jack dedicated by Rader for missionary service; people and organizations who influenced Jack: Lance Latham, North Side Gospel Center, Awana, Clarence Erickson, Boys Brigade, Pioneer Boys, Bert Long, and others; attitude toward Wheaton College, radio beginnings at WMBI; more influences in life: Billy McCarrell, David Otis Fuller, Independent Fundamental Churches of America; high school years; call to missions; boys club at North Side Gospel Center; one semester at Wheaton College; recollections of Billy Graham and Ruth Bell; joining the United States Navy; training; work in the Aleutian Islands.


T2 (30 minutes). Continuation of naval service in the Aleutians; remembrance of Paul Rader, Lance Latham, Louis Paul Lehman; Pocket Testament League meetings led by his father; experiences in Camp Parks in California; First Covenant Church in Oakland; Servicemen’s Center; evangelism to servicemen; Navigators; Dick Reed (one of the founders of ELWA); ethnic background of and interaction between churches; father’s work in St. Petersburg, Florida.


T3 (50 minutes). Father becomes musical evangelist for Paul Rader, Hyman Appelman, Bob Wells, Louis Paul Lehman; traveled and led singing, sang solos, held children’s meetings; Frizen’s military career in California, Hawaii, South Pacific; building roads, airstrip, hospital, camp in the Philippines; G.I. Christian Servicemen’s Center; G.I. Gospel Church; Youth for Christ meetings; meetings held in a funeral parlor in Manila; beginning radio program, G.I. Gospel Hour; first impressions of the Philippines; contact with nationals; damage done to Manila during war; contact with nationals as servicemen living in self-contained units; difficult time for Filipinos; hospitality of Filipino people; development of the black market.


T4 (45 minutes). Prayer meeting Sep 21, 1946, that resulted in Far Eastern Bible Institute and Seminary (FEBIAS) as interdenominational Bible school; treasurer appointed, tithes and offerings began; leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bomm; the G.I. Gospel Crusade in Japan and FEBIAS joined to form Far East Gospel Crusade (FEGC, now SEND, International); headquarters established in the United States; Bomm became treasurer and Philip Armstrong became CEO about 1949; support came from boards of FEBIAS and GI Gospel Hour; regional meetings based on college campuses, such as Wheaton College, to collect, pack, and mail books, clothes, etc.; gospel teams sent out to churches.


T5 (65 minutes). Recollections of people: Chaplain Leon Hawley, George Hixon; Far Eastern Gospel Crusade built new building for international members; student internship program under Missionary Internship, Inc.; relationship with Philip Armstrong; Frizen elected home secretary; issues deal with and changes in focus of FEBC under leadership of R. Ernest Thompson, Virgil Newbrander. FEBC and FEBIAS seen as service agencies; school for missionary children in the Philippines; training school in Japan; Thompson changed focus from service to church planting and church development; nationals encouraged to take over operations of both FEBC and FEBIAS; cooperation with Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF), Conservative Baptists, etc.; start of a bookstore, language studies; cooperation of servicemen from various backgrounds and denominations; development of the Association of Bible Churches of the Philippines (ABCOP); attending Columbia Bible College; met wife Grace, marriage; acceptance as missionaries to the Philippines; trip by freighter; called to Manila office after only two weeks as field missionaries; agreed to work there temporarily because of financial and tax difficulties and their experience in those matters.


T6 (65 minutes). Continuation of talk about beginning missionary work in the Philippines; office cared for by missionaries with no experience in financial and tax matters; Frizen and his wife both had experience and took over the problems, including debts; records burned to get rid of termites; financial arrangements and changes made to combat problems; worked ten to twelve hours per day; active also in Christian service outside the office; language problems, little time for training; FEBC helped other missionary groups begin work in the Philippines; frustration of never having much free time and never getting caught up with work; conditions of work; Frizens’ the focus point for visitors; necessity of entertaining guests; stringent budget helped return mission to fiscal responsibility; difficulty of balancing budget at school when people couldn’t pay their bills; their house girls went to FEBIAS, became missionaries.


T7 (35 minutes). Budget systems set up; audits; personal relationships through fiscal difficulties; language difficulties; book store problems; university situation in the Philippines; improvements during second term.


T8 (65 minutes). The mission bureaucracy; self-directed fields; home office leadership were ex-chaplains; first missionaries; first field councils; contact with the home office; three major fields: Japan, Okinawa, and the Philippines; make up of boards; differences between Japan and the Philippine fields in the early days; lack of women on the boards; personnel problems; “try it out” attitudes versus “life time commitment”; short-term missionaries; field councils and conferences; personnel difficulties; operational difficulties; calls for recognition of gifts; OMF as model of a faith mission; election of officers.


T9 (65 minutes). Second furlough at Florida State University, Jack for M.A. in counseling and Grace for an M.A. in social studies; problems for missions because of a lack of personnel and finances; matching people and gifts for effectiveness; difficulties in making partners of single women; preference for married couples; problems experienced by Millie Young because of oriental look and discrimination against Chinese; relationship between field and home councils, attitudes toward finances; creation of inter-field council; overseeing fields by General Director; Christ for Greater Manila, World Literature Crusade; Every Home for Christ; creation of Faith Academy; inter-field and inter-mission ministries; printing business; influence of FEGC general director Philip Armstrong on the corporate personalities of these other agencies; each mission attracts workers who fit into existing mentality and spirit; intermission conferences; business leaders’ meetings.


T10 (75 minutes). Description of FEBC pioneers: Chaplains Leonard Sweet and Russell Honeywell (first president of FEBIAS), Carl Urspringer, Harry Stam; personality of FEGC and SEND International; G.I.s’ ideas about being a service organization, not competing with denominations already in the field; prepared workers for all organizations; FEBIAS graduates became leaders in many areas; unusual events surrounding move of Frizen to Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA); misgivings about move; after years of working together, IFMA did not allow husbands and wives in the same office; Grace invited to sit on board of the Woman’s Union Missionary Society (WUMS), became General Office Manager; living above IFMA offices in New Jersey; working with James Reapsome and the Evangelical Missions Quarterly; Clyde Taylor and Wade Coggins of IFMA; beginnings of other mission organizations, such as Evangelical Missions Information Service (EMIS); travel to Asia and Africa to learn about missions first hand, meet with national church leaders; conferences in Latin America, Central America; overseas involvement.


T11 (75 minutes). Relationships with African missions; African organizations and missions; Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar; negotiations between nationals and missionaries, success of Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) with national/missionary relations, leading by example and service; John Orme; work with various mergers between mission organizations; changes in IFMA, job description of General Secretary; problems with mergers come from boards, not staff or missionaries; relationship between Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies EFMA (formerly Evangelical Foreign Missions Association) and the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE); talks about merger between EFMA and IFMA; some board member thought groups with different beliefs should have their own organizations to belong to, such as Pentecostal and charismatic; problems caused by IFMA search committee meeting without Frizen present to select a successor; most gratification was working with great people; greatest frustration was the financial strictures; description of Coggins; most significant event for IFMA-EFMA was joint Congress on Church’s Worldwide Mission held in Wheaton in 1966 with key national leaders; Berlin, Lausanne, and World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF) conferences; growth of post-colonial international participation.


T12 (40 minutes). Changes in Lausanne, WEF, IFMA, EFMA; cooperation between groups; retirement in Orlando, Florida; work as missions consultant for Pioneers; life in retirement; difficulty in adjusting to music in Florida churches; the leading of God throughout his life.




Provenance


The material in this collection was given to the BGC Archives by Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. in August and December 1990, July 1992, and February 1995.


Accessions 90-87, 90-127, 92-64, 92-73, 95-22

March 12, 1997

Janyce H. Nasgowitz


July 31, 2006 Accessions 92-8, 92-110, 93-24, 93-38

Wayne D. Weber





LOCATION RECORD

Accessions 90-87, 90-127, 92-8, 92-64, 92-73, 92-110, 93-24, 93-38, 95-22

Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.


Item# - Reel or cassette, speed, length, number of sides, contents (title of session, participants) according to the program, date. Note: T10-T12 were originally recorded on cassette and later transferred to reels by the Archives’ staff.


 #

R/C

speed

Length

Sides

Contents

Dates

T1

R

3-3/4

70 min

 

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Aug. 9, 1990

T2

R

3-3/4

30 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Aug. 9, 1990

T3

R

3-3/4

50 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Dec. 19, 1990

T4

R

3-3/4

45 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Dec. 19, 1990

T5

R

3-3/4

65 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Dec. 19, 1990

T6

R

3-3/4

65 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

July 1, 1992

T7

R

3-3/4

35 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

July 1, 1992

T8

R

3-3/4

65 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

July 16, 1992

T9

R

3-3/4

75 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

July 16, 1992

T10

R

3-3/4

75 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Feb. 8, 1995

T11

R

3-3/4

75 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Feb. 8, 1995

T12

R

3-3/4

40 min

1

Interview of Edwin Leonard “Jack” Frizen, Jr. by Paul A. Ericksen

Feb. 8, 1995

T13

C

 

15

1

Henry C. Crowell’s message to William Camerson Townsend in Peru which contains a lot of static and appears to have copied from a phonograph record. Talks about the airplane ministry of JAARS (Jungle Aviation And Radio Service). Tape produced by Christian Booksellers Association

Jan. 1954

T14

R

7-1/2

 

1

Voice of FEBIAS, Message possibly by Jack Frizen

Jan 21, 1956

T15

R

7-1/2

 

1

Far Eastern Gospel Crusade presents Juanito of the Philippines

May 12, 1960

T16

R

7-1/2

ca. 50 min

1

Call of the Orient, Far East Broadcasting Company.

Five page transcript of this tape is in Folder 3-10. It appears to have accompanied slides which the Archives does not have

n.d. ca. 1960s.

T17

R

3-3/4

 

2

Scripture Motto for 1962, Pastor Robert W. Swanson, Elmwood Park (Illinois) Gospel Church, soloist Arnie Johnsen

Jan. 7, 1962

T18

R

7-1/2

 

 

Voice of FEBIAS, Testimonies of seniors at FEBIAS

April 1964

T19

R

3-3/4

 

 

Fullness of the Spirit, Alan Fleece (European Bible Institute)

Oct. 13, 1969

T20

R

3-3/4

14 min

1

Report from Russia, Peter Deyneka, Jr.

1970

T21

C

 

 

2

Telling the World of Redemption, First Live Christian Stellite Broadcast, Trans World Radio

Jan. 23, 1971

T22

R

7-1/2

4 min

1

Back to the Bible radio program, Roland Freiesen (FEGC missionary to Japan)

Oct. 16, 1972

T23

C

 

 

 

Portable Recording Ministries, Dr. Ronald Beery

Oct. 1979

T24

C

 

ca. 60 min

2

Following Jesus on the Way of the Cross, Holy Week Meditations, Dr. Josef Tson. Romanian Missionary Society. Tape 1

April 13, 1987

T25

C

 

ca. 60 min

2

Following Jesus on the Way of the Cross, Holy Week Meditations, Dr. Josef Tson. Romanian Missionary Society. Tape 2

April 14, 1987

T26

C

 

ca. 60 min

2

Following Jesus on the Way of the Cross, Holy Week Meditations, Dr. Josef Tson. Romanian Missionary Society. Tape 3

April 15, 1987

T27

C

 

ca. 60 min

2

Following Jesus on the Way of the Cross, Holy Week Meditations, Dr. Josef Tson. Romanian Missionary Society. Tape 4

April 16, 1987

T28

C

 

 

2

International Friendship Ministries Open House, broadcasted over WMHK

April 1, 1988

T29

C

 

 

 

Report from Moscow, Peter Deyneka, Jr.

Sept. 1989

T30

C

 

90 min

2

FEGC Bible Study Program. Epistles of John, Rev. Harold Fife, Tape 1

Side 1: Lessons 1-3; Side 2: Lessons 3-5

n.d.

T31

C

 

90 min

2

FEGC Bible Study Program. Epistles of John, Rev. Harold Fife, Tape 2

Side 1: Lessons 6-8; Side 2: Lessons 8-10

n.d.

T32

C

 

90 min

2

FEGC Bible Study Program. Epistles of John, Rev. Harold Fife, Tape 3

Side 1: Lessons 11-13; Side 2: Lesson 13 & Farewell

n.d.

T33

C

 

28 min

2

Firsthand

Side 1: Creating Strategy for Missions, Paul Thompson, #43

Side 2: Report on the Philippines, Frank Severn, #44

n.d.

T34

C

 

 

2

Firsthand

Side 1: Looks Back Over the Last Decade, Dr. Paul Freed, #45

Side 2: Chosen People Relocates, Dr. Harold Sevener, #46

n.d.

T35

C

 

 

2

Firsthand

Side 1: Chad Medicine, Dr. David Seymour, #86

Mission Magazine, News, Quiz, Carlson, Freed

Side 2: Missions Today, Dr. Warren Webster, #87

Mission Magazine: Jim Reapsome, Warren Webster, Richard Winchell, Nick Leonovich

n.d.

T36

C

 

28 min

2

Firsthand - Today’s Mission News

Side 1: Pocket Testament League, Don Kitchen, #153

Side 2: IFMA’s New Director, John Orem, #154

n.d.

T37

C

 

 

2

Firsthand

Side 1: Reaching North American Indians Today, Bill Lottis

Side 2: Arctic Missions Becomes Interact, Gale Van Diest

n.d.


T38

C

 

 

2

Firsthand

Side 1: Reaching Indians Today, Bill Lottis; The Joy of Mission Work, Al Larson

Side 2: Missions Conf. in Spain, Roy Anderson; Some of Her Best Friends are Cannibals, Margaret Stringer

n.d.


T39

C

 

 

2

Special Front Line Report, Bruce Woodman

Side 1: Honduras - Columbia

Side 2: Argentina

n.d.

T40

C

 

 

2?

A Day in Hollywood, Larry W. Poland

n.d.

T41

C

 

55 min

2

Produced by Barnabas International, Dr. Lareau Lindquist

Side 1: Basie Truths About Encouragement

Side 2: Characteristics of the Christian Encourager

n.d.

T42

C

 

58 min

2

Produced by Barnabas International, Dr. Lareau Lindquist

Side 1: The Risk Factor, #103

Side 2: The Glory Factor, #104

n.d.

T43

C

 

58 min

2

Produced by Barnabas International, Dr. Lareau Lindquist

Side 1: The Ministry of Prayer, #105

Side 2: The Ministry of the Word, #106

n.d.

T44

C

 

 

 

Inside Report, In the Soviet Union, Peter Deynaka, Jr.

n.d.

T45

C

 

 

 

Inside Report, Peter Deynaka, different from the tape T44

n.d.

T46

C

 

10 min

1

Count Down - Costa Rica, Rev. Bruce Woodman, South American Crusades

n.d.

T47

C

 

20 min

2

Front Line Report. Produced by Impact International, Inc.

Side 1: Guatemala, Bruce Woodman

Side 2: Palestine, Bruce Woodman

n.d.

T48

C

 

 

2

National Religious Broadcasters, Satellite Broadcast of Annual convention, Washington, D.C.

n.d.

T49

C

 

 

2

Middle East Aflame, John E. Douglas, Sr., World Missionary Evangelism

n.d.

T50

C

 

 

2

Mark, Gospel for Todays English Version, American Bible Society

n.d.

T51

C

 

 

 

Witnessing with the Gospel of John, Ernest C. Lubkemann, Produced by the Pocket Testament League, Inc.

n.d.

T52

R

3-3/4

 

1

Africa Script. Narration to accompany slides which the Archives does not have. Five page transcript of this tape is in Folder 3-9.

n.d.

T53

R

3-3/4

 

1

Bible Class Movement, Don McFarland

n.d.

T54

R

3-3/4

 

1

Dr. Louis King, foreign mission secretary of Christian Missionary Alliance

co-chairman of congress, keynote address at a congress meeting

n.d.

T55

C

 

 

2

The Corner Stone, 11am Concert, The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc., Tape 1

n.d.

T56

C

 

 

2

The Corner Stone, 2pm Concert, The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc., Tape 2

n.d.

T57

C

 

 

2

Message & Ceremonies, The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc., Tape 3

n.d.





LOCATION RECORD

Type of material: Videos

Accession: 93-24, 93-38

The Archives has one copy of each video, unless otherwise noted. The following items are in the Video FILE:


Video

#

Type

b&w / c

Length in minutes

Title

Description

Date



V1

vhs

C

30

Complete the Dream

Informative video about the work of the U.S. Center for World Mission and an appeal for support of “Last Thousand Dollars” campaign. There is a five minutes message from Ralph D. Winter at the end of the tape.

1987

V2

vhs

C

30

The International Year of Bible Reading

Promotion video hosted by Pat Boone with clips of ten promenade individuals including President Ronald Reagan, Pat Robertson, Missouri Gov. John Ashcroft, astronaut Col. Jim Irwin (Apollo 15), Cal Thomas, Iowa Senator Charles Grassley, and Dr. D. James Kennedy.

1990

V3

vhs

C

11

Luis Palau’s Return to Romania

Documentary on Palau’s evangelistic meetings in Romania

1991

V4

vhs

C

15

World Evangelical Fellowship

Dr. Edwin Frizen appears at the beginning and end of a promotional video about World Evangelical Fellowship. Except for Frizen’s part the rest of the video is exactly the same as V5

nd

V5

vhs

C

13

World Evangelical Fellowship

Melvin Master appears at the beginning and end of a promotional video about World Evangelical Fellowship. Except for Master’s part the rest of the video is exactly the same as V4

nd

V6

vhs

C

15

Outside Looking In

Interview of Steve Hoke, president of Life Ministries, by Dr. Ralph Winter encouraging missionaries to consider going to Japan.

nd

V7

vhs

C

15

Without A Preacher

Promotional video about the work of the North Africa Radio Partnership: Arab World Ministries, Gospel Missionary Union, and Trans World Radio

nd

V8

vhs

C

14

The Church: No Longer in Chains

Report on the church in Romania by The Romanian Missionary Society with Dr. Josef Tson

nd





BOX LIST

Box

Folder

Item

Dates

IA: Papers: SEND International (formerly Far Eastern Gospel Crusade)

3

1

Annual Conferences

1963, 1971, 1992

3

10

Call of the Orient, transcript for T16

ca. 1960s

3

2

Candidate Orientation

1953-1966, n.d.

3

3

Central Alaska Missions

1971

3

4

Correspondence

1964-1988

3

5

Directory

1972

3

6

Documents, Official

1958-1971

3

7

Family Album

ca. 1970s

 

 

FEBIAS (Far Eastern Bible Institute and Seminary)

 

1

4

 

The Vision Yearbook

1959, 1960

1

5

 

The Vision Yearbook

1961, 1962

2

1

 

The Vision Yearbook

1963, 1964

2

2

 

The Vision Yearbook

1965, 1966

3

8

Finance

1961-1992

4

1

International documents

1962-1971

 

 

Japan

4

2

 

Field Conference

1966-1971

4

3

 

Field Council & Executive Committee

1970-1972

4

4

 

Miscellaneous

1946-1964

4

5

 

Yamabiko

1964-1971

4

6

Miscellaneous

1946-1950, n.d.

4

7

Miscellaneous

1956-1973

4

8

Missionary Internship

1966-1972, 1992

 

 

Philippines

5

1

 

Conference documents

1959-1966

5

2

 

Council Minutes

1971-1972

5

3

 

Faith Academy

1963

5

4

 

FEBIAS College of Bible

1962-1967

5

5

 

Nipa News & Special Reports

1962-1992

 

 

Publications

5

6

 

Advance Sponsor’s Committee

1963-1964

5

7

 

Crusader

1965-1971

5

8

 

Donor Letter

1964-1974

5

9

 

Forward

1965-1967

5

10

 

Information Bulletin

1965

5

11

 

Miscellaneous

1970-1972, 1992, n.d.

5

12

 

Miscellaneous publications

1965-1992

6

1

 

Staff Letter

1972-1991

6

2

SEND International

1962-1996, n.d.

IB. Papers: Personal

6

3

Articles, reports, addresses, etc.

1969-1988

6

4

Forty-Second Battalion - Amadu

Ca. 1950s

7

1

Memorabilia

1948-1992

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

3

9

 

Africa Script Transcript to T52

n.d.

10

4

 

Asia Theological Association

1978-1980

10

5

 

Booklets - Chicago Gospel Tabernacle & Misc.

1929-1931, n.d.

10

6

 

Crowell, Henry Parsons & Susan Coleman, Trust

1975-1993

7

2

 

Miscellaneous

1946-1992, n.d.

10

7

 

Missions Related

1966-1987

11

1

 

Mission Miscellaneous

1976-1993

11

2

 

Testimonies - Grace Frizen’s Sunday School Class - Tondo Christian Church, Manila, Philippines

1957

11

3

 

Wheaton College

1987

11

4

 

World Evangelical Fellowship

1966-1975

 

 

Philippine Islands

11

5

 

Brochures, Clippings

1964-1986, n.d.

11

6

 

Every Home Crusade

1965-1967

11

7

 

Grace Christian High School

1952-1953

11

8

 

Philippine Bible House

1964

11

9

 

Philippine Missionary Fellowship

1966-1967

7

3

Pocket Calendars

1964-1970, n.d.

8

1

Pocket Calendars

1974-1982

8

2

Pocket Calendars

1983-1991

8

3

TEDS Papers

1977-1980

9

1

Trips

1968-1972

 

 

Tyndale House Foundation

11

10

 

Correspondence

1964-1975

11

11

 

Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings

1964-1980

11

12

 

Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings

1981-1992

2

3

 

Miscellaneous

1972, 1990, 1992

1

3

Mission Staff & Member Missions Lists

1978-1987

IC: Papers: IFMA (Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association)

9

2

Accounting and Financial Reporting Guide for Missionary Organizations

1979

9

3

Annual Meeting (75th Anniversary of IFMA)

1992

9

4

Executive Director’s Reports and Addresses to IFMA Annual Meetings, Edwin L. Frizen, Jr.

1963-1991

9

5

Financial statements

1991-1992

1

1

EFMA: Mission Executives Retreat Report

1961, 1963-1964

1

2

EFMA: Mission Executives Retreat Report

1968, 1972

9

6

IFMA Update: Government/Business

1979-1991

9

7

IFMA

1963-1981

9

9

Miscellaneous

1979, 1983, n.d.

9

10

Mission Administration Manual

1979, 1983-1984

10

1

Mission Staff Directories 1983-1989

1975-1990

10

2

Research - Context

1973-1982

10

3

Statistical Reports

1963-1991

9

8

Student Groups

1967-1968




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