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Small Collection 104 - Ephemera of the Belgian Gospel Mission

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Small Collection 104 [February 26, 1996]

Belgian Gospel Mission; 1918-1970

Ephemera; 1931, n.d.

1 Folder


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Historical Background

Nondenominational mission agency; founded, 1918; carried out evangelism and missionary work in Belgium.

Scope and Content

Materials sent to supporters of the mission, including a letter dated September 8, 1931, from mission directors Edith and Ralph Norton. The letter describes the continuing effects of World War I on the country, the activities of various BGM workers, perceived opposition to the mission from the Roman Catholic hierarchy, and the testimonies of new converts. There is also a promotional letter for BGM.


Materials for this collection were received by the Center in October 1983 from John Rush of Emmaus Bible School.

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