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Collection 165 [October 19, 2016]
Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies (EFMA); 1945-2011
225 boxes, (208 DC, 1 ODC, 16 RC; 100.0 cubic feet), Audio Tapes, Books, Negatives, Oversize Material, Pamphlets, Periodicals, Photographs, Video Tapes
EFMA retains copyright to its publications contained in this collection. The following folders are restricted to all users except with the written permission of the EFMA Executive Secretary:
|Date of expiration||Folder|
|April 10, 2021||13-26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38|
|April 10, 2020||51-20|
Requests for permission to use restricted materials should be directed to:Executive Secretary
Forms to be sent to the contact person should be obtained from the staff in the Reading Room.
|Washington, DC. Also maintained a purchasing office in New York (later in Wheaton, Illinois) and travel office (Universal Travel Service) in Chicago|
|1945-1974||Clyde W. Taylor, Executive Secretary|
|1975-1989||Wade T. Coggins, Executive Director|
|1990-||Paul McKaughan, Executive Director|
|1949||Thirty-four member missions|
|1976||Seventy-two members with over 8,200 missionaries overseas|
|1981||Eighty-three agencies with over 10,000 missionaries in over 100 countries|
|1996||One hundred plus member agencies with over 11,000 missionaries serving throughout the world|
|-||While the total number of members increased steadily, there were also mission boards which withdrew their membership|
|Significant events in organizational history|
|1943||Began as a commission of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE)|
|1944||Opened its own office, separate from that of the NAE, in Washington, DC|
|1945||Formally organized and incorporated, becoming an independent body although retaining its affiliation with the NAE as its missions arm|
|1962||Established with IFMA a joint office in Africa|
|1963||With IFMA established a joint commission, chartered in l964 as the Evangelical Missions Information Service (EMIS). EMIS took over the publication of Missionary News Service, and the various editions of Pulse (concerned primarily with geographical areas, e.g. Latin America Pulse, or Asia Pulse). EMIS began publication of Evangelical Missions Quarterly.|
|2007||Renamed to The Mission Exchange|
|2011||Merged with CrossGlobal Link (formerly IFMA)|
|Alternate names||Named Evangelical Foreign Missions Association until 1992; name change motivated by including domestic missions into membership|
|Other significant information||
Biography: Clyde Taylor
See Biography for the Guide to Collection 597
Biography: Wade Coggins
|Full name||Wade Thomas Coggins|
|Birth||December 12, 1924, in New Market, North Carolina|
|Parents||Charles L. and Laura Hinshaw Coggins|
|Marital Status||Married Jane Wells in 1945|
|Children||Robert (born 1950)|
|1945||Graduated with a diploma from the C & MA's Missionary Training Institute (1945)|
|1953-1955||Nyack Missionary College, B.S. degree|
|1965||University of Maryland, M.A.|
|1973||Nyack College, LL.D.|
|1946-1947||Pastored a church in Des Moines, Iowa|
|1947||Ordained by the Christian and Missionary Alliance|
|1947-1953||C&MA missionary in Colombia, serving as field director of a large rural district, working closely with a native Colombian evangelist among the Paez Indians, and later being associated with the Bethel Bible Institute, which trained young Colombians for the ministry. While there he witnessed the 1948 uprising in Colombia, where widespread political and religious violence accounted for two hundred thousand deaths. Coggins himself was attacked and severely beaten by natives of rural Argelia in southern Colombia in 1950.|
|1958||Worked on EFMA staff in various capacities|
|1964||Instrumental in founding Evangelical Missions Quarterly|
|1975||Appointed EFMA Executive Director|
|1981||Served on EMQ's editorial committee and was editor of Missionary New Service|
|Other significant information|
|He was the author of So That's What Missions Is All About (1975), and co- editor of four additional works: Protestant Missions in Latin America--A Statistical Survey (1961), Mobilizing for Saturation Evangelism (1970), Evangelical Missions Tomorrow (1977), and Christ and Caesar in Christian Missions (1979)|
Biography: Paul McKaughan
|Full name||Paul E. McKaughan|
|Birth||September 14, 1938, in Alhambra, California|
|Marital Status||Married to Joanne Repetto|
|Children||Don, Doug, Debbie (all born in Brazil)|
|1961||Graduated from Bethany Fellowship Bible Institute, Minneapolis, specializing in missions studies|
|1966-1967||Attended Fuller Seminary Institute of Church Growth|
|1981||Completed Management Course of the American Management Association|
|1994||Honorary Doctor of Divinity, Denver Seminary|
|--||Attended assorted courses and seminars in management|
|1961||Ordained by Bethany Church, Minneapolis|
|1962-1975||Missionary in Brazil|
|1962-||First assignment to establish Bethany Fellowship Bible Institute's school and clinic in the Brazilian jungle. Taught church growth and pastoral theology in Word of Life Seminary and Free Methodist Seminary in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Lectured on church and time management, planning for change.|
|1962||Directed Billy Graham's crusade in Brazil|
|1966-1967||Chaplain of Los Angeles Probation Authority while on furlough|
|1967||Joined Overseas Crusades as coordinator of planning|
|1971-1975||Consultant to churches and missions in strategic planning in Brazil|
|1974||Coordinated Brazilian delegation for 1974 Lausanne Congress|
|1975||Directed Billy Graham's Rio de Janeiro Crusade|
|1975-1976||Assistant to the President of Overseas Crusades and consultant to Mission to the World|
|1976||Member of Pacific Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of America|
|1977-1987||Coordinator and CEO of Mission to the World, foreign mission arm of Presbyterian Church in America; responsible for the oversight and funding of over four hundred missionaries in thirty-six countries|
|1980||Attended Consultation on World Evangelization in Pattaya, Thailand|
|1983||Attended Amsterdam '83 as a consultant|
|1986||Consultant to Amsterdam '86 program committee|
|1987-1989||Associate International Director and Chief Operating Officer for the Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization. Director of Ministries for the Lausanne Committee. Coordinator for Lausanne II Congress in Manila|
|1990-||Executive Director of Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies|
|1992||Represented North America at the World Evangelical Fellowship's General Assembly|
|Other significant information|
Scope and Content
[NOTE: In the Scope &Content section, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]
This collection covers the administration of EFMA by its first Executive Secretary, Clyde Taylor, and his two successors, Wade Coggins and Paul McKaughan, who served with the title Executive Directors. The collection consists of the office files of these three men and their staff. However, the collection documents EFMA's routine administration, its services to members, the widespread Evangelical network in denominational and nondenominational bodies, and various missiological issues at both practical and theoretical levels. Files on organizations (particularly those in the Reference Files series) and meetings are not exhaustively indexed. The following is an outline of the collection series arrangement:
The collection consists predominantly of administrative correspondence, reports, memos, minutes, etc., related to the operation of EFMA and its service to its member missions. Also included are a few photographs, tape recordings, and maps (see corresponding Location Records following the Scope & Content section of this guide).
Series overviews and notes on arrangement. The arrangement of the files has remained as it was received, although the archivists have done some interfiling to integrate various accessions. The folder titles have also been retained as received, except in cases where modification has been made to provide uniformity or where no title was provided. A few files, such as folder 1-3 (Board Meetings, 1944-45) were created from loose papers found unfoldered in the accession. The contents are described in this Scope & Content section in two ways: first, according to series, and second, thematically.
Some material received from EFMA was not included in the collection. Duplicates were removed from the collection and disposed of at the donor's request. Reference periodicals on organizational management (in Organization Resources Counselors files) were not retained. An unannotated copy of the galley proofs for the EFMA Missions Manual was not included as a copy was already available in the Center Library. Tourist guide books used by EFMA staff in their international travels were not retained. In addition, registration forms and correspondence regarding visa applications were sampled, with the majority of the documents being returned to the donor or disposed of at the donor's request.
In updating the EFMA collection in 1988 and revising the guide to the materials, most of the Missionary News Service issues were deaccessioned; the 1954 through 1961 issues were transferred to the Library. The descriptions of boxes 18 and 19 in the Container List of the revised guide therefore differ from the previous edition. The deaccessioned issues were returned to the donor.
Series I: Correspondence
Prior to the 1969 section, the time periods span two or more years. However, beginning with the
1969 subseries, the files are limited to one year, with only minimal overlap into the preceding or
succeeding years. Only the final section, 1991-1995, returns to the multi-year format. The files
created prior to 1977 are arranged alphabetically by folder title for each time period. Beginning
with the 1977 material, however, the subseries are further subdivided by files relating to EFMA
committees (including Africa, CAMEO, Evangelical Joint Accounting Committee, EMIS, Latin
America, Missionary News Service, Organizational Resources Counselors, Personnel),
organizations, administration, and meetings. Within each section, the files are arranged
alphabetically, with the one exception that the meetings files are arranged chronologically. The
1988 section inexplicably deviates from this pattern by returning to the earlier single alphabetical
order throughout and intermingling committee, meeting, administration and organization files.
Date Range: 1944-1996
Volume: 60.7 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-13, 19-63, 90-97, 99, 111-177
Geographic coverage: United States and international
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, minutes, reports, event programs, statistics, message manuscripts, questionnaires, members' certification of audits
Correspondents: Clyde Taylor, Wade Coggins, Paul McKaughan, Peter Beck, executives or representatives of mission agencies, prominent Evangelical figures, representatives of other organizations or government agencies which EFMA either contacted or heard from, or pastors and mission committee representatives of local congregations.
Descriptive limits: The files spanning 1944 to 1985 (boxes 1-110) are described by their corresponding folder title (see detailed Container List at the conclusion of the guide). Beginning with the 1986 subseries (boxes 111 and following, the files are only described at the box level.
Notes: This series documents over fifty years of EFMA's general administration (primarily of its three chief executives), recording the activity of its office and various committees, requests from its members, collection of dues from member agencies, providing current tax information and instructions, coordination of visa services, surveys of the membership, interaction with other organizations, EFMA's annual convention held each Spring at the time of the National Association of Evangelicals annual meeting, EFMA's Fall Retreat co-sponsored with the Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA), and the many meetings in which the Executive Directors participated as a representative of the Association. The earlier years of the series contain a higher percentage of substantive correspondence, while those for the later years, although much thicker, are primarily reports, papers, and other mass-produced items, and correspondence is largely confined to routine housekeeping. (One exception to this trend in boxes 1 through 19 is the Africa material, which has much correspondence in every file.) Many files were created as general housekeeping files, and these reflect a major portion of EFMA activity. The topics covered in most of these files are too varied to receive individual note, and in many cases, it is questionable whether this wide smattering of details is of significance bit by bit. Commonly recurring files include those titled: Board Minutes, Board of Directors, Bulletins, EFMA Board Meetings, EFMA (Spring) Convention, EFMA-gram, Mailings to Member Boards, Miscellaneous, Mission Executives (Fall) Retreat, News Releases, and NAE; the most substantive of these are the Spring and Fall meetings files. The administration section of the 1991-1995 series includes subsection of alphabetically arranged general files (folders 152-6 through 156-8), which seems to parallel the General Correspondence series of this collection compiled by Taylor and Coggins.
There are many Evangelical meetings, conventions and conferences documented in this series,
most related to some aspect of missionary thought or practice. Some of these are focused on an
area of the world such as the 1987 COMIBAM (or Congreso Misionero Ibero-Americano) found
in folders 125-8 through 126-2 (seven folders) and several of the other subseries for the later half
of the 1980s), or the 1992 Conference on CIS (or Commonwealth of Independent States,
formerly of the Soviet Union) in folders 171-3 to 12. Other meetings emphasized a strategic
approach as in the 1976 Tell Asia seminar (see folder 111-8 and 208-1 in the General
Correspondence). Still others addressed a missiological issue such as the 1989 Translation
Conference (folder141-6) or International Conference on MKs (missionary kids; folder 142-1,2)
or the Billy Graham Center's 1987 Tentmaking Consultation (folder 122-5). Other gatherings
looked at a personnel or administrative need of member missions such as the 1987 Stress
Management meeting (folder 122-3) or the 1986 State Department briefing on International
Terrorism (folder 116-4); some meetings files contain message manuscripts from the event. Some
files in the series relate to resources EFMA made available to its members for administration, such
as consulting expertise of Organization Resources Counselors in seminars or publications, such as
ORC's manuscript Missionary Compensation: A Balance Sheet Approach in folder 112-3.
Researchers will greatly benefit from browsing through the detailed portion of the Container List
(boxes 1 through 110) for a complete enumeration of these files. Among the organizations
represented in the Organizations subseries of each annual series are those which EFMA was
regularly interacting with, including the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), National
Religious Broadcasters (NRB) and World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF). Of the nine series, this
is the most extensive and complex.
Exceptional items: EFMA's incorporation papers (folder 1-5), documents related to the restructuring of EFMA by-laws in 196l (folder 4-26), and information about EFMA co-op purchasing and discounts (folder 2-43). Among the surveys conducted were those for annual statistical EFMA reporting, a 1992 survey to assess the impact of the weakened economy on member agencies, and a 1986 survey of EFMA members on missionary salaries. In some cases, the completed individual questionnaires are available in the file, while other folders contain only the resulting report with compiled data. The 1991-1995 subseries includes notebooks apparently kept by McKaughan to use in planning for or reporting at EFMA's Spring and Fall meetings. Several of the subseries from the 1990s record the activity related to EFMA's requirement that member missions have their financial records audited once a year. The files in these series don't include the actual audits but rather statements certifying that an audit was conducted by an auditing firm; see the concluding series for a selection of EFMA members' audits. The 1991-1995 series also includes documents (folders 160-4 and 160-5) related to the Foundation for New Era Philanthropy scandal in 1995, as the EFMA office attempted to assess the impact of the Foundation's collapse on its members and coordinate a subsequent response.
Subseries IB: General correspondence files
Date Range: 1948-1988
Volume: 10.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 188-209, 222-225
Geographic coverage: U.S. and international
Type of documents: Similar to the preceding subseries, also message manuscripts
Correspondents: Taylor, Coggins, mission agency representatives, US government contacts
Descriptive limits: Described only at the box level
Notes: Similar to the Reference Files series which follows later, this series serves as a reference file and spans a wide variety of organizations, persons, places, events, and themes. However, it appears to be more of a working series and internally oriented, not just documenting other agencies but including a record of EFMA's interaction with them or on a particular issue. It is also similar to the Reference series, both in that it spans the Taylor and Coggins administrations of EFMA, and in the document types represented in its files. The extent of documentation for these files seems more substantive than that of the preceding series, although some files simply provide background information on the agency. A sampling of the organizations, persons, events and themes represented follows, illustrating the complex network EFMA operated in and diversity of issues and activities that intersected with EFMA's service to its members; folder numbers are only provided where the name or subject heading provided below does not indicate where in the alphabetical ordering the file will be found; in some instances the word being used to alphabetize the file appears in all upper case type. Many issues are covered, including operation of the EFMA, visa situations in countries where member missions had staff, relationships between and cooperation among agencies, background information on social trends and political movements throughout the world, use of diplomatic influence, legal and financial obligations of member agencies, and trends throughout the world and in missions thinking with implications for missions practice.
Organizations: Association of Church Missions Committee or ACMC (folders 188-3,4,5), Association of Relief and Development Organizations or AERDO (folders 188-7,8), Billy Graham Center (folders 190-5,6), the Bangui Evangelical School of Theology or BEST (folders 189-10,11,12), Campus Crusade for Christ or CCC (folder 223-6), Comite Latino Americano Sobre Evangelismo or CLASE (folder 224-4), Congo Protestant Council (folder 193-12), Difusiones InterAmericanas (folder 194-6), EMIS (folders 198-11,12), Evangelical Fellowship of India (folder199-1), Evangelical Men's Fellowship (folder 199-4), Evangelical Missionary Association of Japan (folder 199-5), Evangelism-in-Depth's In-Depth Evangelism (folder 225-2), Greater Mexican Missions (folder 200-4), Help for a Hungry World (folder 200-12) for which Clyde Taylor was a board member, Intercristo (folder 225-7), International Students Incorporated (folder 225-8) and its executive officer Bob Finley, Jaffray School of Missions at Nyack Missionary College (folder 225-9), Latin America Mission (folder 201-4) about the theological direction of the Latin American Seminary in Costa Rica), Link Care (folders 200-2, 201-7,8), Logos (folder 201-9 re Operation Mobilization, for which Coggins served as a member of the Logos Ship Replacement Committee), Missionary Communication Service for which Taylor was a board member (folder 201-13), Mexican Indian Mission (folder 202-1), Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology or NEGST (folder 202-2, Orient Crusades (folder 202-11, includes a 1957 principles and practices handbook), PACLA (folder 202-12), Project Look-Up (folder 203-6 on satellite communication), SHARE (folder 204-8), Charles Tripp in folder 208-7 (of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada) on the 1982 World Council of Churches Lima Agreement, UNELAM (folder 208-11) or Unidad Evangelica Latinoamericana or "Unity of Evangelicals in Latin America" concerning a continent-wide gathering of Protestants in the late 1960s, World Council of Churches Conference on "Salvation Today (folder 209-4)," World Evangelical Fellowship (in folder 209-5 about a financial appeal), and study documents for WEF's International Missions Commission (folder 225-1).
EFMA committees: Accounting Task Force (folder 188-2), Africa (folders 189-1,2, 198-8,9,10, 222-3), Asia (folders 189-5 and 222-4), Business Administration (folder 223-4), China (folder 191-8), Comity (folder 193-10), [EFMA] Media Use (folder 197-4), Latin America (folder 201-3, Personnel & Student Affairs Committee (in folder 203-1, including a summer missionary survey), Student Affairs (folder 206-1).
People: Brojendra Nath Banerjee (folder 189-8) exploring becoming a legal representative for Evangelical ministries in India, researcher and statistician David Barrett (folder 190-1); Wycliffe missionary Chet Bitterman (folder 223-2) executed in Colombia; Antonio Caliandro of Ex-Priests' Association of Italy and Evangelical Bible Institute of Italy (folder 223-5); Samuel Doctorian (folder 194-8), a Lebanese minister, whose controversial fund-raising activities in the United States and ministry with World Gospel Mission in Latin America required EFMA involvement; Alvin Martin, for whom EFMA was attempting to reverse a refused visa to Israel (folder 201-11); Wilton Nelson, who authored the article, "Separation and Cooperation Among Evangelicals in Latin America (folder 202-3);" Gordon Smith, a missionary in Vietnam (folder 204-12); Clyde Taylor at the time of his death (folder 207-12).
Countries, continents and regions: Africa (folder 188-5), Bangladesh (folder 188-9), China (folders 223-8,9,10), Colombia (folder 193-8), Cuba (folders 194-2,3), Ethiopia (folder 198-13), Greece (folder 200-5), Guatemala (folder 200-7) at the time of the 1976 earthquake, Haiti (folder 200-9), India (folders 225-3,4,5; folder 225-5 relates to the difficulty of obtaining visas and includes letters from Donald McGavran), Indonesia (folders 225-5,6), questionnaires on Japan (folder 225-10), Jerusalem (folder 201-1), Mexico (in folder 201-12, including an article about criticism of Billy Graham in a Mexico City newspaper), Nicaragua (folder 202-7,8), Rhodesia (folder 204-2, now Zimbabwe), Rosario (Argentina) Plan (folder 204-3), Spanish (Spain) constitution (folder 205-8), Taiwan (folder 206-8), Turkey (folder 208-9), Uganda in folder 208-10 (and Festo Kivengere), Venezuela about visas (folder 208-12), Vietnam in folder 209-1 (re captive missionaries).
Events: The Asia Missions Association 1967 meeting which produced the Seoul Declaration on Christian Mission (folder 189-4; also see folder 204-7)), placing emphasis on Asian churches contributing to missionary efforts from Asia; the Catholic Inter-American Cooperation Program's (CICOP) 1967 conference on "The Integration of Man and Society in Latin America: A Christian View," including manuscripts (folder 224-3) on various social and theological aspects of the issue, including a paper by Protestant liberation theologian Jose Miquez-Bonino; the Andean Consultation on Church Mission Relations, which produced the Bogata Statement (folder 223-3); III CELA or III Conferencia Evangelica Latinoamericana, 1969 (folder 223-7); COMIBAM (folder 193-9); documents from the 1962 Consultation on World Missions (folder 193-13) sponsored by the Presbyterian Church, US, including program book and workbook, committee reports and message manuscripts, among them those by Harold John Ockenga, Leslie Newbigin, and John A. Mackay; a ca. 1970 consultation (folder 200-3) to facilitate cooperation between Global Orphans (also see folder 180-13) and World Relief Commission to assist in providing relief to Biafra.
Themes: Accountability (folder 188-1), Bible translation (folders 190-2,3,4 and 222-5), claims of property in China (folder 223-9), Christian education in Africa (folder 222-6), church growth (folders 223-13 and 224-1), missionaries and the CIA folder 224-2), closed countries (folder 224-5), financial disclosure by members (folder 194-7), ecumenism recorded in articles and message texts (folder 195-3,4,5,6), emerging missions (folder 195-8), guidelines for joint committees on relationships with non-Evangelicals (folder 200-8), laymen (folder 201-5), prayer thrust (folder 203-4), primary health care (folder 203-5, particularly as a component of ministry), recruitment (folder 203-11), research (folder 203-12, including a report at the close of the Missions & Advanced Research and Communication Center's first year and a proposal for implementing the PERT or Program Evaluation and Review Technique for strategic mission planning; retirement (folder 203-13, about a survey about retirement programs of member missions); review (folder 204-1 about a EFMA-IFMA task force proposal for member mission's self-evaluation) and self study (folder 204-4,5 with the corresponding instrument for conducting the evaluation); seminary extension or TEE (folder 204-6); short terms (folder 204-10); social security regarding missionary status and EFMA guidance to member missions (folders 204-13,14,15 and 205-1 through 7); surveys on communications, missions fields, missionary living allowance and salaries (folders 206-2,3,4,5,6); taxes, including a questionnaire on tax practices, IRS practices and rulings, and tax requirements for member agencies and their missionaries (folders 206-9,10,11,12 and 207-1 through 11); tentmakers (folder 208-2); terrorism and CIA in folder 208-3 (includes documents on recommendations for developing evacuation plans); theological seminars in Latin America (folder 208-4); Third World missions (folder 208-6); transition from Coggins to the next executive director (folder 208-8); visas (folder 209-2); women in folder 209-6 (articles and a few letters related to the leadership role of women in missions and the a 1979 EFMA session on the topic); world hunger (folder 209-7).
EFMA: A portion of the series relates to the Association itself (filed under E), including annual
statistics (folders 195-9, 196-1,2), constitution and by-laws (folder 196-4), newsletters (folder
196-7), documents about EFMA's incorporation in Delaware (folder 196-5), discussions between
EFMA and IFMA, its nondenominational counterpart (folder 196-8), a financial policies
questionnaire (folder 196-9), a list of foundations (folder 196-10), the founding of EFMA (folder
197-1), investments (folder 197-2), medical statistics by country (folder 197-5), personnel (folders
197-8 through 197-20), purchasing (folders 197-21, 198-1,2), regional committees, and more.
Folder 201-14 contains the 1967 Missions Study Conference Report of Findings. Several folders
(folders 189-6, 201-2 and 202-4) document the exploration to establish offices (or liaisons) in
Buenos Aires and New Dehli as extensions of the joint EFMA-IFMA committees for Latin
America and Asia committees; in Latin America this was envisioned to parallel the National
Association of Evangelicals (NAE) in encouraging evangelism and fellowship, while in India it
was intended to provide assistance in securing visas for missionaries. Folder 202-10 contains
correspondence, questionnaires and compiled data from an Organization Resources Counselors
(ORC) survey of EFMA members on missionary expenditures. Folder 203-10) consists of
manuscripts from the 1981 Fall retreat on "Reaching Our Generation." Statement on
Cooperation in folder 205-9 (appears directed to an unidentified national church body) states
EFMA intent to support and work alongside rather than abandon national church and mission
Other: The Business Administration Committee file (folder 223-4) contains a 1965 Methodist
manuscript, "A Study in the Nature of Missionary Support." The biographical sketch file (folder
223-1) includes vitae for Ben Armstrong, Harold Lindsell, Richard Foulkes, Bob Cook, Larry
Ward, Thomas Zimmerman and Jacques Blocher; also included is the press release announcing
Billy Graham's participation in the 1967 Urbana Student Missionary Conference. Folder 209-3
documents an article which appeared in the Washington Post on missionaries in Irian Jaya which
drew criticism from EFMA, missionaries and others. Message manuscripts which were the basis
for a book published in 1963 titled Facing Facts in Modern Missions: A Symposium comprise
the contents of folder 199-6). Folders 199-7,8 contain correspondence, receipts and
disbursements ledger for the Five Missionary Martyrs Fund. Folder 200-1 relates to the Frankfurt Declaration, authored by Peter Beyerhaus as a response to the perceived changes in the World Council of Churches' definition of evangelism.
A distinct subseries (folders 224-6,7,8,9 and 191-1 through 193-7, and 222-7) within the General Correspondence is a series of files of Wade Coggins. While much of the entire series contains folders or documents created or gathered during Coggins' administration, almost all of these Coggins files have his name as part of the title. The subseries includes articles and speeches, files on organizations of which he was a board member or acted in an advisory capacity, or related to international trips he took.
Noteworthy: Documents in folder 188-6 record the dismissal of US embassy physicians Rex and
Jeanne Blumhagen in Afghanistan for their support of attempts to reverse a State Department
decision to withhold tuition allowances to families sending their children to Ahlman Academy, a
Christian school. The Blumhagens and missionaries in Afghanistan worked with EFMA staff to
influence US government procedures. Series II: Five Missionary Martyrs Fund Series III: Latin America Survey Series IV: Meetings Series V: Publications Series VI: Reference Files
Date Range: 1956-1972
Volume: .8 cubic feet
Type of documents: Correspondence, financial records and reports
Correspondents: Trustees Clyde Taylor, V. Raymond Edman, and William K. Harrison, widows of the five missionaries killed, legal representatives, and donors
Notes: The materials in this series document the fund raising effort through correspondence over a sixteen year period. The program was "established to provide for the widows and fatherless children of the brave missionaries martyred in the jungles of Ecuador in January of 1956." Those killed by Auca Indians were James Elliot, Peter Fleming, T. Edward McCully, Nathaniel Saint, and Roger Youderian. Their widows (children) were: Elisabeth Elliot, later Mrs. Addison Leitch and Mrs. Lars Gren, (Valerie); Olive Fleming, later Mrs. Liefeld; Marilou McCully (Steven, Michael, and Matthew); Marjorie Saint, later Mrs. Abe Van Der Puy (Kathy, Steven, and Phillip); and Barbara Youderian (Beth Elaine and Jerry). The Fund was set up under the trusteeship of V. Raymond Edman, President of Wheaton College; Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, Jr., of the U.S. Army; and Clyde W. Taylor. EFMA's involvement in the project resulted from Taylor's serving as a trustee of the project. The Fund was hastily set in motion under what was later shown to be shaky legality. Over $70,000 had been accumulated during a three year period before the funds were directed into the Auca Missionary Foundation. Three factors contributed to the confusion which resulted: the trustees' determination that they were obligated to retain control of the money; the widows' equal determination that they should have full authority to spend the funds as they saw fit; and the lawyers' opinion that nothing could be permanently settled until the youngest child married or reached twenty-one.
Exceptional items: Located in the General Correspondence series which follows are correspondence and a ledger of receipts and disbursements for the Fund in folder 199-7,8).
Arrangement: Correspondence files arranged chronologically; country files are arranged alphabetically
Date Range: 1958-1962, primarily 1959-1960
Volume: 1.2 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: Thirty-two countries in South and Central America and the Caribbean
Type of documents: Correspondence, notes, lists, statistics, maps and other documents gathered to conduct the survey
Correspondents: Clyde Taylor, Wade Coggins, and Avery Kendall of the EFMA office; J.O. Percy of IFMA, Howard Yoder of the National Council of Churches, and representatives of mission agencies which contributed to the survey
Notes: This series contains the raw data gathered on missionary activity in Latin America, including correspondence and separate files on thirty-two countries
Date Range: 1955-1978
Volume: 1.9 cubic feet
Boxes: 16, 17, 19
Geographic coverage: United States, Africa, South America
Type of documents: Correspondence, message manuscripts, planning documents, registration materials
Correspondents: Clyde Taylor, Wade Coggins
Subjects: Missions-Congresses, Missions-Study and teaching
Notes: This series consists predominantly of meetings in which the EFMA executive director participated, and was created from separate files loosely grouped together in the original accession. Most of the meetings documented in this series were held prior to 1977 and appear to correspond to the meeting section of each of the annual subseries from 1977 onward. Conversely, the meetings documented in this series are only a small portion of those documented in the collection, and the researcher should also review the Container List description of the meetings section of each annual subseries after 1976.
Date Range: 1951-1977
Type of documents: Newsletters, texts of Fall retreat proceedings and messages
Notes: The series of CEDEC Bulletins and Mission Executives Retreat Reports was created from the unfoldered reports, following their chronological sequence. In addition to the written retreat reports, audio taped recordings of sessions from 1977, 1978, 1981, 1982 and 1983 retreats are also available in the collection (See Location Record: Audio Tapes).
Arrangement: Subdivided into two further sections, each arranged alphabetically
Date Range: 1937-1987 and 1939-1989
Volume: 12.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 63-84, 97, 177-187
Geographic coverage: U.S. and international
Type of documents: Varies widely from folder to folder, but may include inquiries regarding EFMA policies, requests for assistance with processing visa and passport applications, annual and other reports, correspondence, prayer and appeal letters, press releases, news clippings, and public relations materials.
Correspondents: Taylor and Coggins, mission agency representatives
Descriptive limits: For boxes 111 and above, the contents are only described at the box level
Notes: This series consists almost entirely of files on organizations, but also includes a few for individuals and topics. The files combine to provide a widespread if not substantive picture of American Evangelicalism and its mission efforts. While many of the files contain only limited documentation on the respective organization, individual or topic, together they offer a glimpse of the many large and small organizations that EFMA was in contact with. Although subject access points are not provided for all of these, the complete list is nonetheless enumerated in the Container List at the conclusion of this guide. The second subseries, described only at the box level in the Container List, parallels the first; the files span the same time period but there is very little overlap of the organizations represented.
Series II: Five Missionary Martyrs Fund
Series III: Latin America Survey
Series IV: Meetings
Series V: Publications
Series VI: Reference Files
One of the services EFMA provided was as a reference for members, whether endorsing member agencies to churches, individuals or other agencies, and also handling inquiries about agencies or individuals. A few of the files document this process. The Underground Evangelism and Richard Wurmbrand files (folders 184-25,26,27, 185-1,2,3, and 187-4,5) record some of the story of the conflict within the organization and between Richard Wurmbrand and Joe Bass, illustrating EFMA's response to inquiries about the conflict and handling communication from the involved parties. Those few cases in the second subseries where the files are titled with an individual's name primarily relate to a person in need of assistance or who came to EFMA's attention (such as John Bremen in Indonesia, see folder 178-2) due to inquiries about their character, behavior, mission structure, or fund-raising practices.
Exceptional items: Folder 187-3, labeled Dale Wu (a contact to John MacArthur's Grace
Community Church), contains manuscripts by Monroe Brewer on various aspects of the role of
the local church in missions. Series VII: Protestants in Roman Catholic Countries (Colombia & Spain) Series VIII: Countries Files Series IX: Minutes Series X: Member audits Series XI: Universal Travel Service (UTS) Series XII: Audio Tapes Series XIII: Video Tapes
Arrangement: Chronologically for each country
Date Range: 1947-1976
Volume: 2.7 cubic feet
Boxes: 84-89, 97, 98
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, petitions, clippings, and photographs
Correspondents: Clyde Taylor and Wade Coggins of the EFMA office; missionaries, representatives of mission agencies in the US and Canada, church leaders in Colombia and Spain, Evangelical leaders and journalists in the U.S., representatives of the US State Department, representatives of the Catholic Church in the US, US senators and congressmen, and ambassadors. Among those corresponding regarding Colombia are Robert Lazear of the Colombia Mission of the Presbyterian Church in the USA, missionary Ernie Fowler, Lorentz D. Emery, David Howard of Latin America Mission, Stanley Rycroft of the Latin American Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the USA, and James Goff of the Confederacion Evangelica de Colombia. Among those corresponding regarding Spain are Jack Dain, Samuel Vila, and Jose M. Martinez.
Subjects: Persecution-Colombia, Persecution-Spain, Church and state-Colombia, Church and state-Spain, Church and state-United States
Notes: This series provides extensive documentation of the circumstances in which Protestants were suffering in Colombia and Spain. The majority of the contents were created as reports to the NAE and EFMA, in order to broaden awareness in the United States of the widespread persecution of Protestants. As the contents make clear, the reporting served the dual purposes of stimulating prayer and applying pressure on the two countries through the US State Department. The clippings in the series have been removed when not attached to a document and filed separately.
Exceptional items: The contents of folder 87-13 document a campaign to enlist support of US Congressmen and Senators against the Colombian harassment of Protestants.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by country name
Date Range: 1946-1985
Volume: 4.0 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: International
Type of documents: Clippings, handwritten notes, telegrams, administrative correspondence, US congressional records, US State Department briefing documents, and correspondence documenting the difficulty of renewing visas for missionaries to return to certain countries.
Correspondents: Clyde Taylor and Wade Coggins of the EFMA office, US State Department representatives, mission representatives and missionaries, including J. Christy Wilson in Afghanistan (folder 100-1) and Evangelical leaders like A. Jack Dain (folder 100-19)
Notes: This series covers a broad though often light coverage of national and religious conditions in various countries. Frequently the documentation relates to a national disaster or crisis, persecution of Christians (usually Protestants), an Evangelical fellowship or congress, or some other special condition. The clippings in the series have been removed when not attached to a document and filed separately.
Arrangement: Subdivided by board, combined, committees, other. Within each subseries the files are arranged chronologically.
Date Range: 1944-1990
Volume: 2.4 cubic feet
Notes: This series consists of bound volumes of board minutes, committee minutes, etc., which record the decisions of EFMA's board, conventions, and committees, the acceptance of new member agencies, financial reports, and other information relevant to EFMA deliberations. The board minutes (1944-1978) include those of its executive committee, reports to the board and other attachments. The combined minute volumes (1955-1984) include some of the board meeting minutes appearing in the previous subseries, convention minutes and committee reports at the conventions. One of these volumes is labeled "Secretaries' minutes." The committees whose minutes are represented in the final subseries are: Africa (1962-1988), Asia (1975-1984), Bible Society (1969-1970), CAMEO (1963-1989), China (1976-1982), EMIS (1963-1990), Islamics (1972-1986), Latin America (1957-1990), Membership (1978-1981), ORC (Organization Resources Counselors, 1974-1984), and Personnel and Student Affairs (1968-1969).
Exceptional items: Included are minutes from NAE Missions Committee meetings prior to the incorporation of EFMA (folder 209-8).
Arrangement: 1985-1991, 1992-1994 subseries; alphabetical by agency within each
Date Range: 1985-1994
Volume: .9 cubic feet
Type of documents: Annual audit statements
Notes: These copies of audits were submitted to EFMA by member missions. These do not exhaustively or even extensively represent EFMA's membership of over one hundred agencies.
Background: UTS was incorporated in 1949 as a general travel service agency "organized to especially serve Christians and Christian organizations." The National Association of Evangelicals and EFMA both endorsed UTS and authorized it as their "official travel agency." Menno Travel Service (MTS), for which there are several files in the series, was an agency also "serving missions, church and Christian service agencies," in which EFMA owned shares as a result of selling Security Travel Service (STS) to Menno in 1970. It is unclear at what point EFMA took on responsibility for UTS. However, in 1982 EFMA initiated procedures to sell UTS to Wheaton Heritage Travel, which was to manage the agency before the final sale was complete several years later; this arrangement deteriorated and the travel agency was sold to Menno in 1984.
Arrangement: Subdivided into two subseries (1948-1983, 1965-1989) correlating to the restructuring in 1981, although in no apparent order; each alphabetically ordered by processor
Date Range: 1948-1989
Volume: 1.7 cubic feet
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, financial records (audits, balance sheets), records of the pension fund for A.S. Bowker, ballots for board action, by-laws and articles of incorporation, legal papers, and other documents related to the operation and management of the business.
Correspondents: Wade Coggins, Clyde Taylor, UTS executives including A. [Adda] S. Bowker (president from 1949-1975), Charles Carr (president 1975-1981), mission agencies' representatives, UTS board members, representatives of Wheaton Heritage Travel and Menno Travel Service
Notes: This series covers the life span of UTS (1949-1984) and purchase by Menno Travel Service (MTS). The files, many labeled "Universal Travel Service," appear to have been come from various filing series. While there is intermittent record of the agency's routine business, most of the series documents a transition of leadership in the mid-1970s, the decline of the service's financial viability which climaxed in 1981, and its sale in 1984. Included are a record of the assessment of the extent of UTS debt and EFMA's attempt to rescue the agency in 1981, as well as negotiations from 1982 to 1984 to sell the operation.
Arrangement: EFMA-related meetings, unidentified meetings, miscellaneous
Date Range: 1975-1995
Volume: 340 cassette tapes
Notes: Described in the Location Record: Audio Tapes section of this guide, these tapes primarily cover EFMA's Spring conventions and Fall Retreats, touching on a wide variety of subjects relevant for EFMA's member missions and the missions community. Also included are a handful of recordings of sessions at non-EFMA meetings on subjects with relevance for missions and evangelism, and other tapes featuring speakers moving in EFMA circles, promoting organizations, or distributing missions news.
Date Range: Ca. 1985-1996
Volume: 16 VHS video tapes
Notes: Described in the Location Record: Video Tapes section of this guide, these tapes are primarily promotional or informational videos about Christian organizations or highlighting their programs. Only one video (V1) focuses on EFMA. The others address missions and evangelism, relief, Christian influence, and organizational leadership and development.
Series VII: Protestants in Roman Catholic Countries (Colombia & Spain)
Series VIII: Countries Files
Series IX: Minutes
Series X: Member audits
Series XI: Universal Travel Service (UTS)
Series XII: Audio Tapes
Series XIII: Video Tapes
Only boxes 1 through 19 are described extensively in the notes below with a topic focus on their contents. The addition to the collection in boxes 20 through 110 is only briefly and infrequently described. All additions in boxes 111 and above are not included in this thematic description. The researcher will therefore benefit from studying these not only for their description of the contents of boxes 1 through 19 but also as suggestive of the topics that might be available in the rest of the collection. Since for boxes 1 through 110, the Container List consists of individual folder titles, the researcher should consult the Container List of this guide, as the vast majority of folder titles listed there are adequately specific to identify their folders' contents.
The collection contains material on the following themes:
I. Diplomatic Functions. Materials in the collection document both EFMA's service to its members and the evangelical church in a diplomatic capacity, and political situations, both domestic and international, of concern to the evangelical church.
One of EFMA's aims was to maintain good relations between mission agencies and governments, at both the international and domestic levels. Following World War II, EFMA was called upon to act in a diplomatic capacity. Folders 1-19, 1-24, 1-35, 2-49, 2-50, 2-51, 4-21, and 10-1 deal with a variety of problems in Italy, especially the alleged persecution of Pentecostal missionaries by Italy's Roman Catholic government. Sources in Italy complained that relief supplies sent from the United States in the late 1940's were being distributed only to Catholics. The ensuing conflict brought heated correspondence on both sides of the issue, climaxing in the threat of a lawsuit by journalist Drew Pearson concerning allegations made against the integrity of the Friendship Food Train to Italy (see folders 1-24, 1-50, and 2-49; the last folder contains an article by Pearson). Much of the correspondence on Italian matters came from Rev. Frank B. Gigliotti, NAE's Vice-Chairman of the Commission on Evangelical Action, and later National Commander of the Regular Veterans Association.
Additional documentation of the Italian situation is filed in the Country Series files. Among these are a petition to the US Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, regarding the closing of Churches of Christ in Italy (folder 104-6), a report, "Religious Intolerance in Italy" (folder 104-6), and another report, "Italian Court Decision Upholds the Rights of Church of Christ in Italy."
Charges of persecution of Protestants by predominantly Catholic governments were also raised against Colombia and Spain. Extensive documentation for both situations (Colombia, 84-20 through 88-3; Spain, 88-4 through 89-11) is available in the form of reports from missionaries, photographs, correspondence to and from US government representatives, and press coverage. In the midst of this record, several items stand out: a summary report, "Religious Liberty in Colombia," which briefly overviews the historical context of the persecution (folder 86-10); census reports on Colombian Protestants (1966, 1967, 1968, 1969); clippings from Billy Graham's 1962 tour of South America, which included a stop in Colombia.
Other incidents which relate to alleged government persecution of missionaries include:
|1-24||The Hadjiantoniou case (Rev. G. A. Hadjiantoniou vs. the Greek government in the 1940's; the trouble between the Scandinavian Alliance Mission and the "Kyodan," a church union in Japan|
|2-19||The Assemblies of God missionary troubles in Bulgaria, Italy, and Colombia|
|2-35||The claims of persecution of Protestants in Mexico and legal status of missions in India|
|8-38||A scathing message from the President of Burundi concerning "trouble" started by anyone, especially foreign missionaries, in his country|
|9-28||Harassment of missionaries in Samoa.|
|96-5||Persecution of evangelicals in Nicaragua.|
Alleged persecution is documented for a number of other countries, including:
Bolivia (folder 100-11,12); Canada (folder 100-15); China (folders 100-18,19, 101-1,2, 109-3,4); Ecuador (folders 103-1, 109-6); Italy (folder 104-5,6); Mexico (folder 106-1,2); Pakistan (folder 106-11); Soviet Union (folder 107-8,9); and Venezuela (folder 108-3).
As terrorism came into vogue as a method of solving problems, various EFMA reports and meetings began to discuss the issue: folders 10-14 and 12-12, both contain information on how to protect missions and missionaries from terrorism; folder 13-3 contains recommendations on evacuation (if necessary), avoidance of kidnaping, and information on CIA involvement with missionaries.
Also touched on are relief efforts and aid to refugees. Among these are: a file concerning poor treatment of Vietnamese refugees by their Danish hosts (folder 12-15); the Korean War (folder 2-37); and a memo on European War Relief (folder 1-49).
II. Nationalism, communism, etc. International social movements are considered from various angles. Documents in folder 4-15 relate to a 1961 conference in Lima, Peru, where the impression was created that the World Council of Churches intended to use "rapid social change," if not revolution, for its own ends; also from the conference is the paper, "The Evangelical Churches in the Changing Situation in Latin America," which addressed "Yankee Imperialism" and its implications for missions in Latin America (folder 4-29), and material on a special set of meetings at which Castro and Cuba (folder 4-30, which also contains material on the Bolivian Revolution of 1922) were discussed.
An extreme impact of national rebellion on missionaries was illustrated during the rebellion of Congolese Simbas in 1964 and 1965. A number of missionaries were murdered, the most notable of which was medical missionary Paul Carlson, whose portrait was featured on the cover of Time magazine following his execution (folder 102-2).
The question of cultural pride in South American countries was the focus of a confidential report by William J. Kornfield in 1975 that stressed governmental attempts to "control religious missions that propose cultural change" by withholding visas (folder 11-19); in the same folder is more material by Kornfield about the "culture of conquest" or "donor culture" vs. indigenous culture. This was a topic discussed as early as 1947, preserved in an address, "Nationalism and Foreign Missionaries" (folder 1-13).
The fear of the spread of communism, throughout the United States and around the world, generated a wide variety of thought and interaction. Folder 2-37, contains interesting material about the upsurge of American anti-communism. Folder 4-11, contains official memos on communism, China, and the Bricker Amendment (which sought to impose controls on the power of the President to negotiate treaties); the 196l EFMA convention was the scene of addresses re communism (folder 4-17); this file also has two data sheets recording convention audience response to an anti-communism, anti-student-demonstration movie.
Other items of relevance to the study of communism include: a 1955 convention address, "Communism: A Missionary Problem" (folder 3-13); a 1959 address on communism in general (folder 4-9); a letter from Palestine during the Jewish takeover in 1948 (folder 1-45) and information about Palestine, 1949 (folder 2-10); a letter from the NAE to Secretary of State Dean Acheson, opposing diplomatic recognition of Franco's Spain (folder 2-3); "displaced persons" files (folders 1-4, 2-4, and 2-11); West Pakistan's relations with England (folder 4-31); documents illustrating the fear of the spread of communism from Cuba (folder 7-4, including a pamphlet entitled "Christiano: Que del Comunismo?"); material on communism in Peru (folder 106-15), and, more broadly, a report, "Communist Propaganda Activities in Latin America in 1961" (folder 105-9); and a 1959 report authored by the US Congress's Committee on Un-American Activities, "Communist Persecution of Churches in Red China and Northern Korea" (folder 101-1).
III. Public Policy Issues. Domestic politics and social concern also played an important role in EFMA activity and considerations. A few samples:
|1-6||Material from 1945 on "Citizens United for Religious Emancipation".|
|2-8||A list of Congressmen's religions ca. 1950.|
|4-5||Documents from the 1960 EFMA convention's consideration of teaching the Ten Commandments in public school, with arguments pro and con.|
|4-6||Proposal to the New York Social Welfare Department to establish the Evangelical and Child Family Welfare Service in 1958.|
|5-17||NAE resolutions of the early 1960's, including a call for "Religion in National Life".|
|6-7||A paper, "Religion and Human Rights" by Arthur Goldberg.|
|6-36||Address at the 1967 Mission Executives Retreat on the biblical basis for social concern.|
Researchers should refer to the notes in the Inter-Church Relations section of this guide which follows, as the relationship between evangelicals and Roman Catholics became visible in discussion over issues of public policy.
IV. Inter-church relations/Ecumenism: conflict and cooperation. Inter-church relations were an important aspect of EFMA endeavor. The majority of material on conflict between Christian bodies centers on the struggles evangelicals had with liberal Protestants and Roman Catholics. These conflicts are documented in both mission field settings and at the executive levels of organizations.
A. Ecumenical movement. An interesting set of letters from Bob Jones, Sr., and Bob Jones, Jr., in 1950 (folder 2-23) provides a perspective of the fundamentalist-modernist controversy, which itself intensified evangelical wariness of the ecumenical movement. Friction between the evangelicals and the National Council of Churches (NCC) and World Council of Churches (WCC) is evident in many files. Evangelical distrust of the WCC and NCC was based on their emphasis on unity at the expense of doctrine. A few highlights:
|3-27||Correspondence on the feasibility of an evangelical counterpart to the NCC's Christian World Facts.|
|4-13,14||A pamphlet by Clyde Taylor, entitled, "Ecumenical Strategy in Foreign Missions: The story of what goes on behind ecumenical words and phrases."|
|4-l5||Report containing an evaluation of the WCC's attitude toward revolutionary movements.|
|6-7,8,9||Clyde Taylor's speaking engagement files with material about difficulties between the NAE and the WCC, especially concerning a consultation to be held at Malone College in 1964.|
|6-10,11||Documents on the World Evangelical Fellowship's battle against ecumenism throughout the world.|
|7-5||James DeForest Murch's paper, "The NCC: A Critique".|
|8-26,29||Questionnaires and interpreted results on the issue of how evangelicals were dealing with "ecumenical pressures".|
|11-19||A report on the ecumenical question, "Cooperation: An Obstacle to Church Growth in Latin America?"|
|13-23||Documents delineating the variations between viewpoints of the WCC and the World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF).|
Other files illustrate evangelicals' concern about ecumenism in various locations. Folder 4-2 discusses Latin American ecumenism. Folder 4-14 contains a letter about ecumenism's threat to Angolan Protestantism. Folder 7-29 concerns "New Life for All," an ecumenical experiment in Nigeria among missions representing Anglicans, Assemblies of God churches, Methodists, Churches of Christ, and Baptists missions.
Of special note is a series of files on Zaire (folders 16-5 through 9), which trace the history of Zaire's ecumenism, against the backdrop of the nation's stormy political history between 1964-1974 and its move toward nationalizing the church in Zaire. Among the events, people, and topics covered are:
|16-5||The political turmoil and the death of Paul Earle Carlson, a medical missionary killed in 1964 at Stanleyville in a rebel massacre.|
|16-6||Rev. John B. Bokeleale (also referred to by the Christian name Jean), a key force behind the movement toward a national, united, Protestant Congo Church. This folder contains information of the 1970 birth of the Church of Christ in the Congo, a union of 4l churches and 47 missions, and the simultaneous death of the Congo Protestant Council.|
|16-7||The suppression of all dissenting Protestant churches by the Zaire government. Correspondence discusses a British Baptist evangelist, Pastor Makanzu, won over to the ecumenical cause, reportedly by availability of funds. There is also a letter from Christians in the Equatorial Province to Bokeleale, denouncing his theological and political stances.|
|16-8||Portrays the ecumenists' side of the controversy, showing relations of the Church of Christ in the Congo with Congolese Protestant churches and with foreign missions. This folder also contains information about Bokeleale's visit to the United States and his reception by liberal Christians.|
|16-9||Portrays the evangelical stance, particularly through the correspondence of Willys K. Braun, (a Christian and Missionary Alliance missionary, executive in the Office of Worldwide Evangelism in Depth (OWED), and executive in Christ Pour Tous (self-billed as a "Campagne Nationale D'Evangelisation au Congo"). This file covers the early enthusiasm for and support of Pastor Makanzu, and outlines the stress between OWED and the theologically evangelical but politically ecumenical group, New Life for All (see also folder 7-29).|
The nationalization of the church was felt in other areas as well. The 1957 Mission Executives Retreat heard a paper entitled "Nationalization of the Assemblies of God in Mexico" (folder 3-37). A Latin American conference from the same time period (folder 3-33) addressed the question of church nationalization, along with other political concerns.
B. Evangelical/Roman Catholic Relationships. The heated conflict over public policy issues between antagonistic evangelical and Roman Catholic factions is well documented. Folder 2-9 relates to a congressional bill concerning aid to schools, and the attempt of some evangelicals to limit such aid exclusively to public schools.
Documentation of the efforts of Protestants and Other Americans United (POAU) include results of the 1948 North Dakota congressional elections (folder 2-1) and letters (folders 2-65,47) written denouncing President Truman's appointment of an ambassador to the Vatican; the file also touches on the issue of tax-exempt status for Roman Catholic schools. A catch-all file (folder 4-11) contains material on the parochial school aid question, the Vatican ambassador, and the entire church-state issue. Additional church-state relationship material is available in folder 4-17 and 5-2, and on tape in recordings from the 1978 Mission Executives Retreat, the theme of which was the church-state issue (T1 through 8).
Pope Paul VI's visit to the United States in 1965 brought angry correspondence (folder 7-8) from some evangelicals. Particularly interesting are the replies from major networks' executives (NBC, CBS, and ABC) to the charges that the Pope's visit was accorded too much coverage.
The relationships between Protestants and Catholics in various countries is documented in numerous files. The researcher should consult those country files, both in the Protestants in Catholic Countries series and the Countries Files series, where a Catholic majority is more likely to have an adverse effect on a Protestant minority (i.e., the Philippines, folder 107-1).
C. Other relationships. There is relatively little in the collection about trouble between evangelical bodies in mission situations. Of the few:
|5-20||Trouble between the United Brethren in Christ and the Wesleyan Methodist missions in Honduras.|
|9-36||Inter-church troubles in Uganda.|
|12-7||The Assemblies of God losing out to a Congregational plan to gain a state franchise on missionary activity in the Marshall Islands.|
Folder 7-14 contains papers about a Pan African Conference, and documents about an intriguing situation where EFMA took the middle ground between the WCC and the combative ICCC led by Carl McIntire.
On the domestic front, a few files touch on conflict within the conservative wing of the American church, particularly with the International Council of Christian Churches (ICCC) and American Council of Christian Churches (ACCC). Material on the ACCC can be found in folders 2-24 and 2-3l. Carl McIntire states in a lengthy letter (folder 2-l7) why the ICCC and ACCC could not deal with the NAE.
V. Geographic emphasis. The descriptions which follow highlight some of the files that refer specifically to the EFMA and its work as it related to certain geographic areas of the globe: Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
A. Africa. The earliest EFMA files are almost devoid of material concerning Africa. Three items of interest from these early years are a 1943 edition of the constitution of the Congo Protestant Council (folder 1-14); a 1948 London conference, called by the British government, which emphasized missions in Africa (folder 1-47); and Vice President Richard M. Nixon's 1957 report, "The Emergence of Africa," filed along with several Department of State brochures and pamphlets on Africa (folder 4-9).
The strongest expression of EFMA concern and activity in Africa (reflected in its records) is seen in its establishment of the Evangelical Committee for Africa in 1962, from which developed the Africa Evangelical Office (AEO) in Nairobi, from which emerged the Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar (AEAM) in 1966. Ken Downing, on loan from Africa Inland Mission, was chosen to direct the AEO. His correspondence can be found in most folders dealing with Africa (see the guide Container List). Eric Maillefer (pronounced My-fair) and his wife Lydia arrived in Nairobi in 1965 to assist in the work of the AEO. As with Downing, Maillefer's correspondence is found in most files concerning Africa after 1965. With the formation of AEAM, Downing served as its director until his resignation in 1971 (folders 7-16, 8-2 and 19). The AEAM continued under the direction of General Secretary Byang Kato, a native African. Kato's brief career with AEAM, ending with his accidental drowning in 1975, is documented in folders 11-12 and 22, 12-11 and 33.
A number of files include a rich source of information on the AEO and AEAM, the contacts Downing had throughout Africa, and the social and political status of the continent's many countries. Among the highlights:
|5-11||Material about the establishment of the office, the work done to begin various
evangelical fellowships in Africa, the support of educational institutions, especially a
college in Zaire, and racial tensions in a predominantly black continent.
Information about an All-African Christian Youth Assembly; a 1963 report on a visit to Burundi and the Congo concerning the Congo Protestant Council (which became defunct in 1970); and a 1962 confidential report from Ken Downing sketching out his contacts with evangelical groups in Senegal, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, the Congo, and Burundi.
|5-21||Political commentary on Ivory Coast and Cameroon in the mid-1960's, and considerable correspondence with Africa Inland Mission.|
|6-22||Materials on the difficulty of organizing evangelicals in Africa, the fear of ecumenism, and trouble with the Methodist Church in the Ivory Coast. Also in this folder is a letter explaining why the African Evangelical Office was now the Africa Evangelical Office: to nationals, the term "African" implied race, not location.|
|11-12||Material on a Tyndale House Foundation grant to AEAM.|
|11-22, 12-11||Documents on the founding of the Bangui Evangelical School of Theology (BEST) under Kato's leadership. Also see folders 189-10,11,12.|
|12-33||Two letters from Kato: "Black Theology and African Theology;" "The So-Called Ambassador of World Peace," a tirade against Herbert W. Armstrong, founder of the World Wide Church of God and editor of the magazine, Plain Truth.|
|Obituaries of Kato and an anonymous letter of character assassination against Eric Maillefer, James Halbert, and Roger E. Coon, all AEAM personnel.|
Woven into the movement to create an evangelical alliance in Africa is a concern over the ecumenical question, illustrated in folders 7-14, "WCC and ICCC in Nigeria," and 7-29, "New Life for All." See also folders 6-12 through 6-15, especially 6-12 for material re the Consultation of the Union of the Churches of Congo).
Folder 6-1 has a quantity of material on the organization of the Congo Protestant Council, and other material that touches on a broad spectrum of activity: the launching of the All Africa Conference of Churches; TEAM involvement in Africa; tensions between evangelical fellowships and the WCC; an embezzler known as Mr. Pindi; the general state of the church in the Congo; the Ivory Coast Fellowship; an AEO visit to South Africa, Rhodesia, and Nyasaland in 1963; and a letter from David E. Climenhaga, bishop of the Rhodesia Brethren in Christ Church, re a proposed evangelical fellowship here, separate from the WCC.
One impact of the African continent's political and social turmoil on missionaries was illustrated during the rebellion of Congolese Simbas in 1964 and 1965. A number of missionaries were murdered, the most notable of which was medical missionary Paul Carlson, whose portrait was featured on the cover of Time magazine following his execution (folder 102-2).
Deserving of highlights are these items found in folders that in general concern Africa:
|7-2||Papers presented at the 1966 Nairobi Conference on the general theme of African evangelism.|
|7-16||Material on the Second Africa Evangelical Conference in 1969.|
|9-6||Papers regarding ecclesiastical woes in Zaire.|
|10-27||Considerable material on African missions.|
Many folders not wholly concerned with African affairs contain miscellaneous bits of information about Africa, such as in folder 8-13, a letter about the future of missions in the Congo; folder 9-36 on trouble between churches in Uganda; folder 9-38, news items of and concerning mission work in Ivory Coast, Kenya, and Nigeria.
B. Asia. EFMA materials dealing with the Asia vary considerably in quality over time, with much of the most interesting material in the early files. Records dating from the first phase of involvement with China touch on:
|1-13,14||Meetings in 1945 at the EFMA convention concerning post-war opening of China missions.|
|1-22, 2-12||South China Boat Mission.|
|1-32||Voice of China, a radio network under the direction of Robert Bruce Hammond.|
|2-2,3||The closing of missions in and after 1949.|
|2-20||Bethel Mission of California, some of whose mission stations managed to continue after 1949 with indigenous leadership.|
President Nixon's 1972 visit to China renewed evangelical's hope of again sending missionaries to China. The 1972 EFMA convention heard an address by Ted Engstrom of World Vision International on the current situation in light of Nixon's visit to Red China (folder 9-3). There quickly followed a "China Consultation" in Keswick, New Jersey, on the prospects for future mission work in China (folder 9-29). A joint EFMA-IFMA Evangelical China Committee was formed in 1975 to prepare for the work ahead (folder 11-21). The same year a "Love China '75 Seminar" was held to the same end (folder 11-19) and also that year the EFMA-IFMA Evangelical Asia Committee received an "Asian briefing" from a State Department official (folder 11-10). There are also files concerning two groups interested in China: Far East Broadcast Company (folder 9-44) and Far Eastern Gospel Crusade (folders 2-45 and 9-45).
Two files focus on Taiwan. Folder 3-31 contains material on tensions between Catholics and Protestants in Taiwan. Folder 10-39 holds a hymnal with Chinese characters and a paper by Thomas Wang, "Mobilization and Evangelism of the Chinese Churches." Folder 2-5 has information about the Evangelical Fellowship of Hong Kong.
Folder 35-10 contains a geographically broad report, "Random Observations of Missionary Work Among Chinese in the Diaspora."
There are several files that center attention on Japan. Folder 1-24 has statement about missionary policy on Japan, written at the close of World War II when that field was expected to reopen. Folder 2-6 has correspondence from Pocket Testament League field secretary Timothy Pietsch concerning an interview he had with General Douglas MacArthur. Folder 1-14 contains material on the return of missionaries to Japan in 1947. Post-war radio mission enterprise in Japan is depicted in folders 2-7 and 2-30; see especially the constitution of Japanese Christian Broadcast Company in 2-7. Files containing Japanese material in general are 1-46, 2-28, and 2-45. Examples of Japanese literature are found in 1-46. A short but important report presented to the 1952 EFMA convention on Shintoism in Japan, is in folder 3-6. Two folders have material on Japan dating from a later period: folder 6-10 contains mid1960's correspondence of the Japan Council of Evangelical Missions; folder 9-24 has a 1973 report of the Assemblies of God's Far East Mission Work. Also of interest is criticism of evangelistic crusades led in Japan by Bob Pierce (folder 105-5).
An overview of the situation in Bangladesh is available in folder 23-1. Folder 69-24 contains a training manual for evangelism in the Soviet Union.
Folder 107-1 includes an interesting item, a thesis, Survey of Pagan Tribes in the Philippines and on Missionary Efforts Toward Their Evangelization.
Folders 108-4,5 contain material related to the Vietnam War, including a report prepared by the Lyndon Johnson White House, titled "Why Vietnam?", which includes the texts of comments made by Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson, and Johnson's Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara.
C. Latin America. By far in the area for which the EFMA records have the most data in its first nineteen boxes is Latin America. Of vital interest is the 1959-61 "Latin America Survey," the findings of which were published under the title Protestant Missions in Latin America: A Statistical Survey. Box 15 contains the raw data gathered for the project, including correspondence, notes, and separate files on thirty-two countries (see Contain List). These country files include data sheets submitted by every mission board operating in that country, giving size, budget, etc. of individual mission stations. Several folders include maps of the areas, which are more fully described under the Location Record for Oversized Material. Of special note is a series of pamphlets published by the Assemblies of God describing its missions in each of the Latin American countries. More information on the project, especially the records of merchandising the finished product, can be found in the general files, folders 4-22, 4-23, 5-18, and 5-19.
The general files contain much information about specific problems and events in Latin America. Once again are case studies of persecution of missionaries. Among these are:
|2-35||A case in Mexico.|
|2-38||The arrest of Edmund Outhouse in Bogota, Colombia, and the capture of his mission station by the army for use as a garrison and ammunition storehouse.|
|2-54||Description of the circumstances of Hanah Lowe, a missionary whose indiscrete but inadvertent involvement in Colombian and Venezuelan domestic politics put her own life in jeopardy.|
|2-55,57||Information on specific troubles in Colombia. Also see the Protestants in Roman Catholic Countries series, which includes extensive documentation on the persecution of Protestants in Colombia. (See the description of the material in the Diplomatic Functions section of these notes.)|
|96-5||Persecution of evangelicals in Nicaragua.|
Material on missionary activity and general conditions in specific countries is also available. Missions in Bolivia are the subject of folders 7-4 (political information, deals with the fear of communism's immigration), 7-11 (correspondence with the Bolivian Indian Mission), and 9-38 (concerns another mission in Bolivia). Folder 10-28 has papers presented to the Evangelical Committee on Latin America concerning Ecuador and Haiti. Folder 12-39 contains Paul N. Lewis's paper, "Hundreds, Thousands, or Millions," concerning missions in Brazil and Catholic-Protestant relations there. Folder 7-31 has a paper, "Strategy to Reach a Nation with the Gospel," presented to a 1969 consultation on "saturation evangelism" set forth the methods used for a nationwide evangelistic crusade in Brazil in 1965, which resulted in 100,000 decisions for Christ, and 300 new churches. The files from the EFMA 1947 convention (folders 1-13 and 1-14) have material concerning evangelism in Honduras, Guatemala and Puerto Rico; also included is the constitution of "Concilio Cubano de Iglesias" (Cuba). Folders 4-15 and 5-12 contain information on political and ecclesiastical matters in Argentina and Guatemala in the early 1960's; folder 4-15 also contains two booklets, "El Problema del Protestantismo en Colombia" and "Hacia la Iglesia"). WCC intervention in Central America is described in folder 5-28 as it is for South America in folder 5-10.
Much Latin American material is found in folders concerning several conferences, consultations, and meetings. One such file is folder 3-33, which includes correspondence, reports, statistics, and papers presented on mission work, political commentary, and the threat of church nationalization. A 1959 communications congress held in Cali, Colombia, by Literatura Evangelica para America Latina (LEAL, folder 4-8) included a lengthy report, "The Challenge of Gospel Broadcasting in Latin America." Folder 16-2, concerning the same conference, has material about many types of media: radio, television, press, phonograph, etc. The Second Latin American Conference, held in 196l and 1962 at Lima and Huampani, Peru, is covered by material in several folders (folders 4-2 and 15). Folders 4-29 and 4-30 contain substantial material on all facets of the Conference, including correspondence, newspaper publicity, Spanish literature (especially Rodeheaver-Hall-Mack Co. promotional literature) and texts of papers delivered. Folders 16-15 and 16-16 also deal wholly with that conference. A Third Latin American Congress (folder 7-21) was held in 1969.
In 1970, a Latin American Consultation was held at Elburn, Illinois. Folder 8-12 contains manuscript notes from the sessions; feedback from participants on the effect of the consultation; and critical reviews of William Read, Victor Montresso and Harmon Johnson's Latin American Church Growth. A separate Haitian Consultation was also held in 1970, on the strength of the argument that Haiti, while geographically a part of Latin America, was culturally segregated from the rest of the hemisphere. The last of the Latin American conferences in this collection was the 1976 Quito Consultation, called in order to obtain from a "small, but significant cross-section" of evangelical churches and missions (pastors, denominational/para-church leaders, etc., from Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Argentina, and Peru) the Latin American perspective on church-mission relations. Included in the file (folder 13-17) along with the usual correspondence and papers, is a Spanish hymnal, and evangelistic tracts and brochures. Of special interest are cartoonist's sketches of participants, including Wade Coggins, IFMA's Jack Frizen, and EMIS's Vergil Gerber.
One potpourri file (folder 11-19) deserves consideration for its Latin American contents. Included in it is the William Kornfield report "for those involved in programs of mission strategy overseas" about South America and his belief that its governments were beginning to view foreign missionaries as threats to national, indigenous culture. Also in the file are two other reports, one on hurricane Fifi's spree in Honduras, 1975; and on the ecumenical problem, "Cooperation: An Obstacle to Church Growth in Latin America?" Folder 13-4 includes a paper, "Protestant Belief Systems in Three Latin American Countries: A Preliminary Report of an Empirical Analysis." The three countries were Argentina, Peru, and Mexico.
Description of the data on Latin America in the collection is incomplete without mention of the numerous files of CLASE (Consulta Latino Americana Sobre Evangelismo) and ECLA (Evangelical Committee on Latin America): folders 4-2, 4-15, 5-3 through 5-10, 5-12, 5-25 through 5-27, 6-20, 6-25, 7-21, 9-1, 10-28, 11-18, and 13-1. These contain extensive material in Spanish (see especially folders 5-3 through 5-9). An example of what these files contain is illustrated by folder 6-20: a letter from Eugene Wittig about violence done to a mission school in Colorado, Colombia (see also photos of the school); an incomplete run of the Spanish "Boletin Informativo"; a paper, "The Position of the Gospel Mission of South America on CLASE"; and material on LEAL and DIA (Diffusiones Inter Americanas), the latter a communications organization.
VI. Communications & Media. A major EFMA concern was that of communications, principally as it related to the spreading of the Gospel, reflecting both a concern for principles of communication and the related technology.
Literature was one focus of this concern. Much of what the EFMA did in this regard was through the Evangelical Literature Overseas (ELO) and its leaders Harold B. Street, Peter Gunther, and later James L. Johnson (folders 3-16, 3-17, 3-31, 4-7, 4-19, 4-20, 6-30, 9-42, 10-34, and 12-37). Issues touched on in these files include: the discussion about Wheaton College's possible establishment of a writing major geared to mission needs (folder 3-31); the financial operations of ELO (folder 10-34); the possibility of ELO becoming an EFMA/IFMA joint committee (folder 10-34).
Other literature related materials:
|4-20||An ELO field worker's reports on the current (1962) state of affairs in the use of literature in Italy, Europe, Great Britain, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Lebanon, Greece, Turkey, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, Ceylon, and India.|
|6-30||Information about a literature conference for French-speaking Africa.|
Other materials on ministry through literature are available in folders 1-40 through 1-42, 2-26, and 3-2. Most convention files (see Container List, "EFMA Convention...") contain reports from the EFMA Literature Committee. Examples of pieces of literature are included in some files: Spanish (folders 1-33, 2-68, 3-20, and 5-9); Japanese (folder 1-46); and French (folder 8-11). The ECLA files, especially folder 9-1, also contain literature concerns.
There is considerable material in the collection on electronic communications, specifically radio. Random highlights include:
|1-21, 2-14||Documents on early activity of station HCJB in Quito, Ecuador.|
|1-31||General information on radio outreach to the world and specific material on the 1946 Congressional bill HR5117 (S63) about the "coercive practices affecting broadcasting," and the licensing of stations in light of this bill.|
|2-7,30||Documents on early radio work in Japan.|
|2-40||Material on World Radio Missionary Fellowship, 1950.|
|2-48||Correspondence with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).|
|4-8||Paper, "The Challenge of Gospel Broadcasting in Latin America".|
|9-44||The testimony of Far East Broadcasting Company executive director Eugene R. Bertermann to a Senate subcommittee about a copyright bill in 1973.|
Researchers should also note the NRB (National Religious Broadcasters) files in both the annual subseries and the Reference Files series.
The NAE developed its own radio program in 196l, "Bridges to Understanding," which featured spots about foreign missions around the globe. Folder 4-27 contains correspondence and scripts for the show, aired by NBC. Folder 4-26 concerns another radio show, "The Church at Work."
Two files reflect EFMA involvement in the film industry and the use of motion pictures to promote mission interest. Folder 2-58 concerns the film company Missions Visualized. Folder 7-3 documents the production, financing, and marketing of the film Anything Can Happen, including brochures, publicity, and shooting-script excerpts.
Another aspect of EFMA's involvement in communication was through its own publications. Evangelical Missions Information Service (EMIS) assumed responsibility for this after its founding in 1963 (folders 7-23, 9-1, 9-4, 9-5, 9-38, 10-31, 11-19, 12-38). EMIS publications for which some aspect is documented in the collection are: Missionary News Service, as a clearing house for evangelical mission news on a worldwide scope (early issues are noted on the Location List for periodicals); Pulse, a digest of mission news tailored to specific geographical areas (folder 7-21 contains random issues, and folder 9-38 has issues of Asia Pulse, Muslim World Pulse, and Africa Pulse); and Evangelical Mission Quarterly (EMQ, folder 11-25). Folder 9-5 includes a copy of Wheaton College Graduate Communications Department paper, "A Study of Subscribers to Evangelical Missions Quarterly."
The collection also has extensive files of two other publications: CEDEC Bulletins, and "Mission Executives Retreat Report". The series of CEDEC Bulletins (folders 17-12 and 17-13), issued by the news service of the Evangelical Confederation of Colombia from its Barranquilla, Colombia, office, covers a twelve year period (1951-1962). Some issues are in English, while others are in Spanish. Covered in the publication are a myriad of topics of interest to South American evangelicals, including tensions between Catholics and Protestants, and Billy Graham's 1962 appearance in Colombia. The "Mission Executives Retreat Reports" (Box 18 and 19) from 1955 to 1977 (lacking 1973 when none was issued, and 1976) contain exactly what its title claims: papers presented at retreats, committee reports, etc. The themes of individual retreats reflect the concerns of mission executives from their experience in the mission world.
Much of the communications-related material in the collection is found in files about individual conferences. Among the more significant of these was:
|4-8, 16-2||The 1959 Latin American Congress on Communication (Cali, Colombia), which dealt with radio, television, phonograph, and the press.|
|4-30, 16-15||The 1962 Latin American Congress on Communication (Huampani, Peru).|
|9-35||Joint "Communications Meeting" between the NAE, International Christian Broadcasters, and National Religious Broadcasters in 1973. The meeting was intended to coordinate religious broadcasting administration and to "establish harmonious and effective coordination and cooperation."|
|10-40||NRB 1974 convention, for which speakers included Eugene Bertermann, Rex Humbard, Corrie ten Boom, and then-Vice President Gerald R. Ford.|
Other conference files with communication-related material include the 1955 World Conference on Missionary Radio (folder 17-11), the 1957 Panamerican Christian Network Conference (folder 17-2), and the 1971 Africa-wide Christian Communications Conference (folder 16-1).
VII. Conferences, consultations, etc. An central activity of EFMA and its executives is the sponsoring of or participation in conferences, consultations, seminars, and meetings. Some of these have already been identified: Second Latin American Conference (Lima, Peru), 196l; Third Latin American Conference, 1969; a Communications Conference (Cali, Colombia), 1959; a Second Communications Conference (Huampani, Peru), 1962; the Quito Consultation, 1976; and CLASE (Consulta Latino Americana Sobre Evangelismo).
Major meetings coordinated by EFMA each year were its annual convention and the Mission Executives Retreat. Both of these events are well documented throughout the collection. The researcher should consult the Container List under the folder headings, "EFMA Convention" and "Mission Executives Retreat" in the appropriate year's files. These files are largely correspondence regarding routine details such as reservations and general housekeeping measures. However, meeting minutes, texts of addresses and papers, reports, etc. can also be found in the folders. The "meat" of the Mission Executives Retreats is in boxes 18 and 19, which contains the published reports between 1955 and 1977. Audio tapes of addresses at the 1977, 1978, 1981, 1982, and 1983 meetings are described in further detail in the Location Record for audio tapes.
In 1967 EFMA sponsored a "Think Conference," with its stated purpose: "to determine the best way of evaluating the effectiveness of evangelical mission programs, to identify necessary changes in existing programs, to recommend action, and to outline steps for implementation." Correspondence, addresses, minutes, etc. about this Conference are available in folders 7-12, 17-4 through 17-6, and folder 208-5 in the General Correspondence.
The 1971 Mission Executives Retreat was expanded into a series of meetings at Green Lake, Wisconsin. Materials on these meetings, known by the title, "Missions in Creative Tension" or "Green Lake '71" are found in folders 11-34 and 19-6.
In 1973 EFMA co-sponsored (with the IFMA and the Association of Evangelical Professors of Missions [AEPM]) a "Study Conference" which sought to answer the questions: How can North American agencies aid Third World national churches in evangelistic work, and encourage them to send their own missionaries? How can North American missionaries help? How can evangelical relations be secured and bettered area-wide, nation-wide, and world-wide? Folders 10-16 through 10-19 contain the records of this conference. The work of another EFMA/IFMA/AEPM Retreat in 1976 (folders 12-44 through 12-46) was documented in a book (see especially folder 12-45), containing all the papers presented, titled Evangelical Missions Tomorrow.
Files for EFMA sponsored meetings may include participant lists, reports and papers, program books and the handwritten notes of the Executive Director.
Over the years, the EFMA participated in various other conferences sponsored by other bodies. Folder 6-23 concerns the 1966 Congress on the Church's Worldwide Mission, held in Wheaton, Illinois. It includes drafts of session papers, press releases, statement of purpose, delegate lists, statistics on world population, and perhaps most importantly, early drafts and revisions of the Wheaton Declaration which was the foundational document produced by the Congress. Folders 6-24, 16-11, and 16-12 also concern the Congress, and folder 11-34 includes questionnaires completed by participants in the Congress. folder 16-10 contains records of the Congress Continuing Committee, instituted to extend the impact of the Congress.
EFMA's participation in the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization (ICOWE) held in Lausanne, Switzerland (folder 10-36) is documented through Wade Coggins' manuscript notes from the sessions, which offer a firsthand reflection on the Congress, and a manuscript, "What's Behind the Idea of a Missionary Moratorium."
A few of the others documented in the collection:
|7-16||An Africa Evangelical Conference.|
|7-18,19, 20 and 8-7||Church Growth Seminars.|
|8-33||A seminar on Christian Responsible Parenthood.|
|8-34||The conference, Towards a World Wide Evangelical Fellowship in Mission.|
|10-26||A Columbia (South Carolina) Consultation held at Columbia Bible College, which stressed the value of mutual assistance in regard to mission goals and methods.|
|17-3||A 1976 Theology of Missions Consultation discussed the charismatic movement, the relationship between missions and political upheaval, ecumenism, dialogue with Catholics, theology of church growth, and contextualization.|
|17-7||The 1976 Urbana Conference, which included Billy Graham's address, "Responding to God's Glory."|
Numerous other meetings, described in the Container List, are also documented in the collection.
VIII. Personnel. The Personnel and Student Affairs Committee was an EFMA standing committee beginning in 1974 (folders 11-2, 12-4, and 13-15). This committee, under Virgil Newbrander's leadership was involved in missionary evaluation through psychological tests, etc. Personnel selection was always a prime focus of the EFMA, as evidenced by the files and cases involving individual missionaries or employees. Folder 8-18 contains the records of a Personnel Seminar, highlighting the scientific methods outlined for selection, screening and administration of employees. Evaluation of personnel was one of the topics of the 1977 Missions Executives Retreat (See the Audio Tape Location Record, T9 through 14. Also see the folder 39-36, which includes a copy of its candidate assessment form.
IX. Correspondents. The collection's eclectic coverage of evangelical concerns naturally produced correspondence with many major figures from within and outside the evangelical world. A few samples with their subject are:
|1-5||Letters from George Wilson, later with the BGEA.|
|1-23, 4-12, 5-21||Letters from Billy Graham (in 1946 about a scheduled visit to England on Youth for Christ business, and in 1964 about a "world-wide conference on evangelism" which he wanted to see held in Rome).|
|1-23||Clyde Taylors's letter to President Truman asking for support on the Supplies Relief Bill.|
|2-6,48||Correspondence with and about General Douglas MacArthur.|
|2-17||A letter from Rev. Carl McIntire; information about his opposition to the NAE in Africa is in folder 5-22.|
|4-3||An invitation (presumably declined) to President Eisenhower to speak to the 1958 EFMA Convention.|
|6-26,29||John C. Broger, director of Armed Forces Information and Education, received the NAE "Layman of the Year" award in 1968.|
|6-29||Materials about Senator Mark Hatfield's address to the 1968 Convention. Taylor's letter to J. Edgar Hoover.|
There are more correspondents in the EFMA papers than can feasiblely be noted individually. What follows here is a box-by-box sampling of some of the correspondents in the Correspondence and General Files series. This is not an exhaustive listing: it does not exclude other correspondents as present within the files nor does it claim that writers listed are to be found only in that box. Authors listed may be in one or more folders within a box; it was not possible to identify writers folder-by-folder. The persons mentioned were chosen subjectively, with consideration given to volume of correspondence, quality of correspondence, and importance of author. The sole judge on these criteria was the processor.
|Ackerle, Roy||Evangelical Literature Commission|
|Adams, Kenneth R.||Christian Literature Crusade (CLC)|
|Bishop, Crawford M.||Tokyo Foreign Missionaries|
|Correll, Sidney||Committee on Latin American Literature|
|Decker, Rutherford L.||President, NAE|
|DeKorne, John C.||Christian Reformed Board of For. Missions|
|Duerksen, Edward H.||The King's Ambassadors|
|Edman, V. Raymond||President, Wheaton College|
|Hammond, Robert Bruce||Voice of China|
|Hedrick, Henry E.||NAE, Southwest Area|
|Hoff, Irving G.||Bible House of Los Angeles|
|Innes, T. Christie||American Tract Society|
|Jones, C. Warren||Church of the Nazarene|
|Luckman, James O. A.||Gordon College|
|McGavock, James W.||Baptist Publishing House|
|Murch, James DeForest|
|Parker, Robert||Far Eastern Gospel Crusade (FEGC)|
|Perkin, Noel||Assemblies of God|
|Peteson, Paul B.||Russian and Eastern European Mission|
|Ridderhof, Joy||Gospel Recordings|
|Spratt, William H. Lee||Minnesota NAE|
|Swanson, J. F.||Scandinavian Alliance Mission (later TEAM)|
|Truxton, James C.||Christian Aviation Missionary Fellowship|
|VanKampen, Robert||Hitchcock Publishing|
|Wagoner, Henry||Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA)|
|Warner, George R.||National Holiness Mission Society|
|Archer, Glenn L.||Protestants and Other Americans United (POAU)|
|Armstrong, Philip E.||FEGC|
|Bentley, Clara L.||Foreign Mission Conference of N. America|
|Bishop, Crawford M.||Tokyo Foreign Missionaries|
|Bolten, John||Boston corporate executive|
|Buker, Raymond||Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society (CBFMS)|
|Dale, James G.||Mexican Indian Mission|
|Dean, Horace||National Spiritual Awakening Movement: World Assembly of Evangelicals|
|DeKorne, John C.||Christian Reformed Board of For. Missions|
|Eckel, W. A.||Tokyo Foreign Missionaries|
|Foster, Robert A.||Radio communication; Evangelical Missions Association of Japan|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||FEGC|
|Henry, Carl F. H.||Fuller Theological Seminary|
|Isbill, O. Ralph||Open Bible Standard Missions|
|Johnson, David H.||The Evangelical Alliance Mission (TEAM)|
|Jones, Clarence W.||HCJB radio; EFMA Special Methods Committee|
|Laug, G. W.||TEAM|
|Ross, Emory||Foreign Missions Conference of N. America|
|Rycroft, W. Stanley||Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.|
|Wagner, Henry||C&MA; EFMA Committee on Evangelical Missionary Literature|
|Warner, George R.||National Holiness Mission Society|
|Williams, Carl Ormand||National Education Association|
|Burnett, C. C.||Chairman, NAE Program, 1954|
|Evans, Robert P.||Greater Europe Mission (GEM)|
|Fenton, Horace L., Jr.||Latin America Mission (LAM)|
|Gerber, Virgil||CBFMS; Literature Evangelica para America Latina (LEAL)|
|Gunther, Peter F.||Evangelical Literature Overseas (ELO)|
|Jones, Clarence W.||World Radio Missionary Fellowship|
|Pache, Rene||Institut Emmaus (Lausanne, Switzerland)|
|Percy, J. O. (Jack)||IFMA|
|Perkin, Noel||Assemblies of God|
|Roberts, W. Dayton||LEAL|
|Sanny, Lorne C.||Navigators|
|Street, Harold B.||ELO|
|Taylor, Kenneth N.||Moody Press|
|Tenney, Merrill C.||Wheaton College|
|Thompson, R. E.||Missionary Internship|
|Vaus, Jim||Missionary Communication Service, Inc.|
|Armstrong, Philip E.||FEGC|
|Bertermann, Eugene R.||National Religious Broadcasters (NRB)|
|Bowker, A. S.||President, Universal Travel Service|
|Dain, A. Jack||Church Missionary Society of Australia|
|Ford, George L.||Executive Director, NAE|
|Gill, Donald H.||NAE Office of Public Affairs|
|Gunther, Peter F.||ELO; Moody Literature Mission|
|Jacques, Edwin E.||CBFMS|
|Knighton, J. Raymond||Christian Medical Society|
|Newbrander, Virgil R.||FEGC|
|Percy, J. O.||IFMA|
|Perkin, Noel||Assemblies of God|
|Pierce, Bob||President, World Vision International|
|Remington, Robert A.||Cadena Cultural Panamericana|
|Small, G. Allen||Director, EFMA Purchasing Office, New York|
|Smith, Arthur||World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF)|
|Street, Harold B.||ELO|
|Taylor, Kenneth N.||ELO|
|Van Der Puy, Abe C.||World Radio Missionary Fellowship, Inc.|
|Ward, Larry||Director, World Vision, Inc.|
|Adams, Kenneth R.||CLC|
|Baker, Milton G.||CBFMS|
|Baker, R. H., Sr.||Africa Inland Mission (AIM)|
|Barnett, Erik S.||Field Director, AIM|
|Bowman, Robert H.||President, Far East Broadcasting Company|
|Climenhaga, Arthur M.||Executive Director, NAE|
|Climenhaga, David E.||Bishop, Rhodesia Brethren in Christ Church|
|Cornell, David L.||Worldwide Evangelization Crusade (WEC)|
|Downing, Kenneth||AIM; Africa Evangelical Office (AEO)|
|Fenton, Horace L., Jr.||LAM|
|Hostetter, Henry N.||Brethren in Christ World Missions|
|Kirby, Gilbert W.||WEF|
|McBavran, Donald||Institute of Church Growth|
|McKnight, Thomas Copeland||Christian Amendment Movement|
|Remington, Robert A.||II Congreso de Comunicaciones Evangelicas|
|Vangioni, Fernando V.||CLASE|
|Warner, George R.||World Gospel Mission|
|Wati, I. Ben||Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI)|
|Westlund, Lester P.||Evangelical Free Church Foreign Mission Board|
|Woods, C. Stacey||International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES)|
|Cattell, Everett L.||President, WEF|
|Climenhaga, David E.||Bishop, Brethren in Christ Church, Rhodesia|
|Crouch, W. G.||Field Director, Sudan Interior Mission (SIM)|
|Cummings, Norman L.||Home Director, Overseas Crusades Inc.|
|Downing, Kenneth L.||AEO, EFMA|
|Fenton, Horace L.,Jr.||LAM|
|Gerber, Vergil||Executive Director, ECLA|
|Hostetter, Henry N.||Brethren in Christ World Missions|
|Kirby, Gilbert W.||WEF, London|
|Maillefer, Eric||AEO, EFMA|
|Smith, Oswald J.||People's Church, Toronto, Ontario|
|Wati, I. Ben||EFI|
|Baker, Milton G.||CBFMS|
|Cummings, Norman L.||Overseas Crusades, Inc.|
|Downing, Kenneth L.||AIM; AEO|
|Duewel, Wesley||Vice President, OMS|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||IFMA|
|Gerber, Vergil||ECLA; Evangelical Missions Information Service (EMIS)|
|Hay, Ian M.||N. American Director, SIM|
|Kirby, Gilbert W.||WEF, London|
|McCullough, Joseph||Bolivian Indian Mission|
|Van Der Puy, Abe. C.||President, HCJB radio|
|Wick, Stanley||Quichua Bible Institute, Guatemala|
|Woods, C. Stacey||IFES|
|Baker, Milton G.||CBFMS; Co-chairman, CAMEO|
|Buker, Raymond B.||Coordinator, CAMEO|
|Downing, Kenneth L.||AEO|
|Fenton, Horace L.||LAM|
|Florence, H. Raymond||Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), Director|
|Frizen, Edwin L., Jr.||IFMA|
|Jacques, Edwin E.||CBFMS|
|Kingsriter, Delmar||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar (AEAM)|
|Klein, George C.||C&MA; Chairman, EFMA African Committee|
|Newbrander, Virgil R.||FEGC; EFMA Personnel and Student Affairs Committee|
|Peterson, Paul B.||Eastern European Mission|
|Wagner, C. Peter||Fuller Theological Seminary|
|Adams, Kenneth R.||International Secretary, Christian Literature Crusade|
|Armstrong, Philip E.||FEGC|
|Baker, Milton G.||CBFMS; CAMEO|
|Bertermann, Eugene R.||FEBC|
|Buker, Raymond B.||Coordinator, CAMEO|
|Finley, Allen B.||Christian Nationals' Evangelism Commission, Incorporated (CNEC)|
|Florence, H. Raymond||Director, CEF|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||IFMA|
|Hasselblad, Oliver W.||American Leprosy Missions Inc.|
|Johnson, James L.||ELO|
|Kato, Byang H.||General Secretary, AEAM|
|Odunaike, Samuel||President, AEAM|
|Baker, Milton G.||CAMEO; CBFMS|
|Dain, Arthur John||International Congress on World Evangelization (ICOWE, Lausanne)|
|Dayton, Edward R.||Missions Advanced Research and Communication Center (MARC)|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||IFMA|
|Gerber, Vergil||ECLA; EMIS|
|Gigliotti, Frank B.||Evangelical Action Committee|
|Hagen, Johannes||New Life for All|
|Hoke, Donald E.||ICOWE|
|Johnson, James L.||ELO|
|Kato, Byang H.||AEAM|
|Mans, Joseph S.||New Life for All|
|Wati, I. Ben||EFI|
|Baker, Milton G.||CAMEO|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||IFMA|
|Gerber, Vergil||ECLA: EMIS|
|Graffam, Everett S.||World Relief Commission (WRC)|
|Hay, Ian M.||SIM|
|Kato, Byang H.||AEAM|
|Risley, Clate A.||President, Worldwide Christian Education Ministries|
|Adams, Kenneth R.||CLC|
|Baker, Milton G.||CAMEO|
|Bjork, Dale||Co-chairman, CAMEO|
|Coon, Roger E.||AEAM|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||IFMA|
|Johnson, James L.||ELO|
|McGavran, Donald||Regent College; Fuller Seminary|
|Wati, I. Ben||EFI|
|Amerding, Hudson T.||President, Wheaton College|
|Baker, Milton G.||CAMEO|
|Cummings, Norman L.||Overseas Crusades Inc.|
|Dayton, Edward R.||MARC|
|Duewel, Wesley L.||President, OMS International|
|Ford, Leighton||Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA)|
|Frizen, Edwin L.,Jr.||IFMA|
|Graffam, Everett S.||WRC|
|Kim, Billy||Christian Service, Inc.|
|Palau, Luis||Overseas Crusades, Inc.|
|Philgreen, Irving||Short Terms Abroad|
|Savage, Peter||International Coordinator, Fraternidad Teologica Latinoamericana|
|Thiessen, Abe G.||International Christian Broadcasters|
|Thompson, J. Allen||West Indies Mission, Inc.|
X. Foreign Language Documents. While the vast majority of the collection's documents are in English, a few of the files contain documents in Spanish (folders 1-33, 2-68, 3-20, 5-3 through 5-9, folders 32-3,4,5, folder 49-2, folder 52-10, folders 84-20 through 89-11, folders 97-16 through 98-22, folder 102-5, and folders 106-1,2,14,15), Portuguese (folders 44-3, 97-5 and 107-3), Japanese (folder 1-46), and French (folder 8-11). Folders 17-12 and 13 contain issues of CEDEC Bulletins, some of which are in Spanish.
XI Miscellaneous. As an association of mission agencies, the EFMA necessarily dealt with a wide scope of missions and missionaries on unique matters. The Assemblies of God was a frequent correspondent about many individual situations its missionaries encountered (folders 1-19, 1-24, 2-19, 3-37, 8-32, 9-24 and 12-7). Of special interest are these incidents: the nationalization of the Mexican church (folder 3-37); missionaries in Iran with legal problems (folder 8-32); and the Congregational Church's receiving a permit for mission activity from the Marshall Islands' "Institute for Cultural Affairs" (folder 12-7).
The following highlights the more interesting "miscellaneous" missions:
|1-8||Christian Reformed mission pamphlets.|
|1-20,41||Spanish Christian Mission.|
|1-28||New York Gospel Mission to the Jews.|
|2-11||The Paris Missionary Committee, which for a time ran a "Paris Centre" for Christian outreach in that city as well as providing facilities for the training of missionary candidates and missionaries on leave.|
|2-34||American Indian missions; Christian Reformed Church missions battling Mormons.|
|2-35||Missions in India.|
|2-53||A possibly phony Korean mission administered by T. K. Kang.|
|2-62||OMS missions in Greece and Colombia.|
|3-14||Presbyterian missions in Pakistan, India, and Ceylon.|
|3-29, 4-16, 5-13, 6-10||Evangelical Fellowship of India.|
|4-5||Christian Medical Society.|
|6-11||A dubious mission in Nigeria; and crackdown on Pentecostal missions in Ethiopia; Ceylon Evangelical Fellowship.|
|8-31||American Leprosy Mission, especially in the Philippines.|
|9-38||Missions in Indonesia.|
|10-15||Uganda missions of the Pentecostal Association of Canada.|
|10-21||Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society.|
|13-9||OMS work in Haiti, Greece, Indonesia, Japan, and Taiwan.|
The EFMA records are also a rich source for information about other organizations. Among them:
World Relief Commission, whose documents include information from diverse areas such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Thailand, South Vietnam, Haiti, Guatemala, Honduras, and Chad (folders 11-8, 12-18, 13-24).
Organization Resources Counselors, consultants offering professional advice on world finance, dispensed information to EFMA members on their utilization of funds (folders 8-16, 8-30, 9-14, 10-13, 10-14, 10-42, 11-1, 12-3, 13-11, 13-12 and 13-13).
Information by or about the Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA) is dispersed throughout the collection, principally in files which concerned the IFMA as well as the EFMA, such as Evangelical Missions Information Service or a regional committee. A merger of IFMA and EFMA was considered in correspondence between Clyde Taylor and Harmon S. Nixon in 1947 (folder 1-23). Cooperation between the two is discussed in folder 2-28. Also see folder 3-32 for IFMA material.
Some of the most intriguing items and topics, sampled below, are buried in files without any notice on folder headings, etc.
|1-45||Discussion of displaced Lebanese Christians in the wake of the establishment of Israel in 1948, through the correspondence of Thomas Vakory and James Ingles, Americans working for the safety of these Christians.|
|2-35, 9-13||Satanism, demonism, the occult, and demon possession.|
|3-29||Items about Indian evangelical leader, Dr. A. P. Guruswamy.|
|4-1, 16-4||Islam, particularly in Turkey and the United States.|
|6-6||Completed questionnaires circulated to missions concerning the outcomes of bringing nationals to the U.S. for study or lecture tours.|
|8-17||Intercristo, a Christian job-placement service.|
|8-20||NAE statement of faith.|
|9-27||A paper, "Upgrading our Bible Colleges."|
|11-3||The founding and organization of the Presbyterian Church in America denomination in 1974.|
|11-23||Papers on the topic of "urban church planting" in foreign countries.|
|11-25||David Kornfield and Bonnie Miedema's research into theological education.|
|11-33||Contextualization, and mission work among Black Americans.|
|13-22||Information about missionaries' voting in the 1976 U.S. election.|
|35-12, 41-6,7, 94-4||Women's roles in the missionary enterprise.|
The collection contains some information on missionary use of aviation, ranging from files with aviation information (folder 1-12) to letters from James Truxton and others concerning Christian Airmen's Missionary Fellowship's philosophy and in-house problems. Folder 1-26 contains a 1946 report titled, "Missionary Aviation--Why and How."
Other bits and pieces include: screening of missionary personnel (folder 3-24); discussion on
proper salaries and allowances for missionaries (folder 3-37); the Biblical authority for missions
(folder 4-12); missionary education and missionaries' children's education folder 4-9); discussion
on whether the NAE should declare policy on moral or ethical issues (folder 4-11); Selective
Service classification of missionaries (folder 6-33); tax information for missionaries (folder 8-13);
Philippine social security obligations (folder 9-44); and general surveys of missions around the
world (folders 1-28 and 4-4).
The materials in this collection were received by the Center in August 1980, August 1983, December 1985, November 1986, April, July, and August 1987, and January, May, October and November 1988 from the Evangelical Foreign Missions Association (EFMA).
Volume: 19.0 cubic feet
February 16, 1981
Galen R. Wilson
Accession: 83-84, 85-73, 85-172, 86-126, 87-30, 87-54, 87-100, 87-102, 88-5, 88-42, 88-118,
Volume: 34.8 cubic feet
Updated: December 30, 1988
Paul A. Ericksen
Accession: 83-7, 89-2, 89-90, 89-127, 90-15, 90-20, 91-4, 92-106, 94-42, 95-92, 96-52,
97-23, 97-35, 98-15, 99-12
Tapes T91 - T352
Volume: 44.7 cubic feet
Updated: December 18, 2000
Paul A. Ericksen
Volume: 1.5 cubic feet
Update: June 18, 2001
Paul A. Ericksen
Accession 80-99, 88-42, 89-90, 89-127, 90-15, 91-4, 92-106, 97-23, 97-35
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following item(s), arranged chronologically, are located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE:
IFMA/EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/27-10/1/76.
T91 - Cassette. Ralph Winter on "Evangelical Missions Today." 9/27/76.
T92 - Cassette. Ray Ortlund on "Biblical Dimensions." Part of daily devotional series.
T93 - Cassette. Side 1: Pablo Perez (#5) on "Future Role of Missions in Latin America I." Side 2: Enrique Guang (#6) on "Future Role of Missions." 9/28/76.
T94 - Cassette. George Peters I on "Reading Unreached Peoples;" conclusion of Enrique Guang on "Future Role of Missions." 9/28/76.
T95 - Cassette. George Peters II on "Issues Confronting Evangelical Missions." 9/29/76.
T96 - Cassette. Wade Coggins on "New Patterns for Missions," 9/29/76. Eldon Howard on "Financing Missions in the Future," 9/30/76.
T97 - Cassette. Waldron Scott on "Evangelical Cooperation," 9/29/76. Conclusion of Eldon Howard on "Financing Missions in the Future," 9/30/76.
T98 - Cassette. Ray Ortlund on "Biblical Dimensions." Part of daily devotional series.
T99 - Cassette. Richard Oestreicher on "Interaction: Inflation, administration costs, deferred giving, pensions, etc." 9/30/76
T100 - Cassette. E. L. Frizen on "Education Today for Missions Tomorrow." 9/30/76.
T101 - Cassette. Ed Neteland on "Management of Missions Tomorrow." 9/30/76.
T102 - Cassette. Luis Palau on "Evangelism in the Future." 9/30/76.
T103 - Cassette. Wilfred Bellamy on "Personnel for Tomorrow's Mission." 10/1/76.
T104 - Cassette. Ian Hay on "Missions and the Future." 10/1/76.
IFMA/EFMA Mission Executives Retreat, 9/26-29/77.
T9 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 45 minutes. Melvin L. Hodges: Keynote address, "Apostolic Missions Today." 9/26/77. Address text or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T10 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 90 minutes. Gordon McDonald: "The Local Church in the Evaluation Process" (Part 1); discussion. 9/27/77. Address text or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T105 - Cassette. Memorial Service for Milt Baker. 9/27/77.
T11 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. Continuation of Gordon McDonald address (T10) and discussion, approximately 20 minutes, 9/27/77; Pat Mortenson: "The Role of Women in Missions," approximately 35 minutes, 9/28/77; Larry Poland: "Combined Media in Evangelism," approximately 40 minutes, 9/29/77. Address texts or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T12 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 45 minutes. Virgil Olson: "The Basis of Evaluation of Missionaries." 9/27/77. Address text or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T13 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. "Cooperation in Evaluation" (continuation from T15, Side 1), approximately 30 minutes; Betty Vetterlein: "Response from Mission Committees" (Part 1; continuation on T15, Side 2), approximately 15 minutes. 9/27/77. Address texts or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T14 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips. Wesley L. Duewel: "A Case History of Evaluation in OMS International," approximately 40 minutes; Hans M. Wilhelm: "Evaluation of Missionaries at Overseas Crusades," approximately 40 minutes. 9/27/77. Address texts or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T15 - Cassette. Side 1 - Don Hamilton: Task Force Report on "Cooperation in Evaluation," followed by panel discussion (continued on T13), approximately 90 minutes. Side 2 - Betty Vetterlein: "Response From Mission Committees" (continued on T13), approximately 10 minutes; Donald Bray: "Evaluation: A Missionary's Response," approximately 15 minutes; followed by panel discussion, approximately 15 minutes. 9/27/77. Address texts or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T16 - Cassette. Side 1 - Gordon MacDonald: two Bible studies, approximately 20 minutes each, 9/27-28/77. Side 2 - Gordon MacDonald: Bible study, approximately 25 minutes; Jeff Wiebe: report on Project Lookup, which used satellite technology for international broadcasting of television programs, approximately 20 minutes. 9/29/77.
T17 - Cassette. Side 1 - Ben Armstrong: "The Outreach of Gospel Broadcasting," approximately 40 minutes. David Carlson: "Communication Through Audio Cassettes" (includes slide presentation), approximately 5 minutes. Side 2 - David Carlson: continuation from Side 1, approximately 15 minutes; Ben Armstrong: "Challenges Facing Gospel Broadcasting," approximately 25 minutes. 9/28/77. Address texts in printed form in folder 19-3.
T18 - Cassette. Side 1 - Robert F. Rice: "Adult Literacy: The Bible and Evangelism," approximately 45 minutes. Side 2 - H. Robert Cowles: "Print: The Quiet Medium," approximately 20 minutes; C. Ray Carlson: "Film and Video in Missions Strategy," approximately 25 minutes. 9/28/77. Address texts or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
T19 - Cassette. Side 1 - C. Ray Carlson: continuation of T18, approximately 10 minutes, 9/28/77; Joseph Kilpatrick with Roger Olson: "Combined Media in Education and Communication: A Case Study," approximately 35 minutes, 9/29/77. Side 2 - Joseph Kilpatrick: continuation from Side 1, approximately 40 minutes. 9/28-29/77. Address texts or notes in printed form in folder 19-3.
IFMA/EFMA Mission Executives Retreat, 9/26-28/78.
T1 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 45 minutes. Horace L. Fenton, Jr.: Bible study, "The Wineskin of Mission Witness: Partnership." 9/26/78.
T2 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 30 minutes. Horace Fenton, Jr.: Bible study, "Wineskin of Motivation." 9/27/78.
T3 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 45 minutes. Horace Fenton Jr.: Bible study, "The Wineskin of Management of Resources." 9/28/78.
T4 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 75 minutes. Earle Cairns: "Under Three Flags: Christ and Caesar in Missions, The Biblical Conception," followed by discussion. 9/26/78.
T5 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 20 minutes. Continuation of T6.
T6 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 50 minutes. Earle Cairns, "Under Three Flags: History of Church and State." 9/27/78.
T7 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, 62 minutes. 1 side. Earle Cairns, "Under Three Flags: Development of Christian Principles with respect to Communism and Totalitarianism." 9/28/78.
T8 - Reel-to-reel, 7-1/2 ips, approximately 55 minutes. Earle Cairns, "Under Three Flags: Problems and Applications in Social Change." 9/28/78.
IFMA/EFMA Study Conference, 9/28-10/2/81.
T20 - Cassette, approximately 90 minutes. Peter Letchford: Bible study. 9/29,30/81.
T21 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. Peter Letchford: Bible study. 10/1-2/81.
T22 - Cassette, approximately 75 minutes. Personnel Committee: "Personnel for Our Generation." 10/1/81.
T23 - Cassette, approximately 80 minutes. Continuation of T17.
T24 - Cassette, approximately 90 minutes. John T. Seamonds: Keynote address, " Serving Our Generation." 9/28/81.
T25 - Cassette, approximately 90 minutes. James Somerville: "Compassion for Our Generation." 9/29/81.
T26 - Cassette, approximately 80 minutes. Lois McKinney: "Training Our Generation." 9/30/81.
T27 - Cassette, approximately 75 minutes. Warren Webster: "Reaching Our Generation." 10/1/81.
T28 - Cassette, approximately 55 minutes. Robertson McQuilkin: " Understanding Our Generation." 9/29/81.
T29 - Cassette, approximately 70 minutes. Allen Thompson: "Strategies For Our Generation." 9/29/81.
T30 - Cassette, approximately 70 minutes. George Thomas: "Mission Self-evaluation." 9/30/81.
T31 - Cassette, approximately 70 minutes. Mission Task Force: Question & Answer panel. 9/30/81.
T32 - Cassette, approximately 40 minutes. W. Elwyn Davies: Attitude For Service to Our Generation." 10/2/81.
T33 - Cassette, approximately 75 minutes. "Issues Facing Our Generation: Africa." 9/29/81.
T34 - Cassette, approximately 70 minutes. Continuation of T28.
T35 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. "Issues Facing Our Generation: Asia." 9/29/81.
T36 - Cassette, approximately 35 minutes. Continuation of T28.
T37 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. "Issues Facing Our Generation: Western Europe." 9/29/81.
T38 - Cassette, approximately 80 minutes. Continuation of T32.
T39 - Cassette, approximately 85 minutes. "Issues Facing Our Generation: Latin America." 9/29/81.
T40 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Continuation of T34.
T41 - Cassette, approximately 65 minutes. "Issues Facing Our Generation: North America." 9/29/81.
T42 - Cassette, approximately 25 minutes. Continuation of T36.
T43 - Cassette, approximately 90 minutes. "Issues Facing Our Generation: Muslim World." 9/29/81.
T44 - Cassette, approximately 90 minutes. Continuation of T38.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/1-4/82.
T45 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. Larry Poland: "Spiritual Dynamics for a New Missionary Thrust." Held concurrently with NAE 40th Annual Convention, 3/3/82.
T46 - Cassette, approximately 50 minutes. William Shoemaker: "Biblical Model Roles of the Husband/Father." Held concurrently with NAE 40th Annual Convention, 3/3/82.
T106 - Cassette. Ronald Iwasko and Don Triplett on Missionary Family: Coping with Change. 3/3/82.
T47 - Cassette, approximately 55 minutes. Raymond Bakke: "Significance of Urbanization for the World Mission of the Church." Held concurrently with NAE 40th Annual Convention, 3/4/82.
T48 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. Wayne Bragg, Arno Enns, John Robinson: "Understanding the Political Dynamics Affecting the New Missionary Thrust." Held concurrently with NAE 40th Annual Convention, 3/4/82.
EFMA Retreat, 9/27-30/82.
T49 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 90 minutes. Larry Poland: "The Challenge of Our Future." 9/27/82.
T50 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 45 minutes. Gordon MacDonald: Bible study. 9/28/82.
T51 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 50 minutes. Gordon MacDonald: Bible study. 9/29/82.
T52 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 50 minutes. Gordon MacDonald: Bible study. 9/30/82.
T53 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 45 minutes. David Barrett: "The Challenge of the World." 9/28/82.
T54 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 45 minutes. Continuation of T43.
T55 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 40 minutes. David Barrett w/ Ed Dayton: Question and Answer session. 9/28/82.
T56 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 50 minutes. Gordon MacDonald: "The Challenge For the Church." 9/28/82.
T57 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 45 minutes. James Montgomery: "The Challenge of a Whole Country." 9/29/82.
T58 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 50 minutes. Donald McGavran: "The Challenge of the Unreached Peoples." 9/29/82.
T59 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 40 minutes. Roger Greenway: "The Challenge of the Cities." 9/29/82.
T60 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 75 minutes. James Montgomery, Ralph Winter, Roger Greenway and David Barrett: "Interaction." 9/29/82.
T61 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 60 minutes. Continuation of T50.
T62 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 60 minutes. David Wang: "The Challenge of China." 9/29/82.
T63 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 40 minutes. Ted Engstrom: "The Challenge of the Cost." 9/30/82.
T64 - Reel-to-reel, 3-3/4 ips, approximately 60 minutes. Larry Poland: "The Commitment of the Task." 9/30/82.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/8-10/83.
T65 - Cassette, approximately 35 minutes. President Ronald Reagan. Held concurrently with the NAE 41st Annual Convention, 3/8/83.
T66 - Cassette, approximately 40 minutes. Ralph Winter. 3/9/83.
T67 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. Mariano DiGangi, John Perkins, Ronald Sider: "Growing Social Concern: Implications for Missions--Reflections on CRESR (Consultation on the Relationship Between Evangelism and Social Responsibility). 3/9/83.
EFMA Retreat, 9/26-29/83.
T68 - Cassette, approximately 40 minutes. Arthur Glasser: Bible study. 9/27/83.
T69 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Arthur Glasser: Bible study. 9/28/83.
T70 - Cassette, approximately 35 minutes. Arthur Glasser: Bible study. 9/29/83.
T71 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Harvie Conn: "Expansion of the Kingdom." 9/27/83.
T72 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Ralph Covell: "Challenge of Materialism/ Secularism." 9/28/83.
T73 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Larry Keyes: "Emerging Missions in Partnership." 9/29/83.
T74 - Cassette, approximately 35 minutes. Arthur Glasser: "The Kingdom and Hope." 9/27/83.
T75 - Cassette. Side 1 - James Reapsome: "Challenge to the Kingdom," approximately 20 minutes. 9/29/83. Side 2 - Al Hatch: "Liberation Theology," approximately 20 minutes. 9/27/83.
T76 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Howard Snyder: "Church, Kingdom and Missions." 9/26/83.
T77 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Don McCurry: "Challenge of Islam." 9/27/83.
T78 - Cassette, approximately 35 minutes. Waldron Scott: "International Partnerships." 9/28/83.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/6-8/84.
T107 - Cassette. James A. Falkenberg, Edward A. Elliot, and Eugene Soderberg on "Working Together Through Printed Media." Held concurrently with the NAE 42nd Annual Convention, 3/7/84.
T108 - Cassette. Luis Palau on "Media Use in Evangelism." Held concurrently with the NAE 42nd Annual Convention, 3/7/84.
T109 - Cassette. Eugene Soderberg on "Learning to Disciple." Held concurrently with the NAE 42nd Annual Convention, 3/7/84.
T110 - Cassette. John Smee and John Gilmore on "Meeting Pastoral Needs of Missionaries." Held concurrently with the NAE 42nd Annual Convention, 3/7/84.
9th EFMA/IFMA Study Conference, 9/25-28/84: Biblical Balance in Modern Missions.
T111 - Cassette. Robert Coleman, "Biblical Preaching" 1 & 2. 9/25-26/84.
T112 - Cassette. Robert Coleman, "Biblical Preaching" 3 & 4. 9/27-28/84.
T113 - Cassette. Pablo Perez on "Biblical Principles," 9/25/84. Terry Hulbert on "Biblical Preparation," 9/26/84.
T114 - Cassette. Chris Marintika on "Biblical Partnership," 9/27/84. Daniel Bacon on "Biblical Response," 9/28/84.
T115 - Cassette. David Hesselgrave on "Biblical Balance in Modern Missions," 9/24/84. Ron Blue on "Biblical Balance in Mission Preparation," 9/25/84.
T116 - Cassette. Paul Cedar on "Biblical Balance in Partnership," 9/26/84. Ralph Winter on "Biblical Balance in Future Thrust," 9/27/84.
T117 - Cassette. Virgil Olson (Moderator) with panel of theologians. 9/25/84.
T118 - Cassette. Marv Mayers (Moderator) with panel of professors. 9/26/84.
T119 - Cassette. Harold Fuller (Moderator) with panel on "Church and Mission." 9/27/84.
T120 - Cassette. Music, Special Reports. 9/84.
T121 - Cassette. Wil Norton on "Ministry Education Overseas." Jack Robinson on "Missionary Continuing Education." 9/26/84.
T122 - Cassette. Paul Nelson on "MK Alternative Training." 9/27/84.
T123 - Cassette. Bill Goheen on "Short Terms," Session 1. 9/27/84.
T124 - Cassette. Bill Goheen. "Short Terms," Session 2. 9/27/84.
T125 - Cassette. Bill Goheen (Moderator) with panel on "Short Terms," Session 3. 9/28/84.
T126 - Cassette. Donald McGavran on "Missiology's Endangered Heart." 9/?/84.
T127 - Cassette. Ray Badgero on "Bicultural Simulation Models." Ralph Winter on "World Christian Encyclopedia." 9/?/84.
T128 - Cassette. John Gration on "Church/Parachurch Relations." 9/?/84.
T129 - Cassette. Gordon Aeschliman on "Integrating Young Leaders into the Mission Thrust." 9/?/84.
T130 - Cassette. Byron Spradlin on "Music, Arts in Missions Today." 9/?/84.
T131 - Cassette. Dave Bryant on "Prayer Concerts." 9/?/84.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/5-7/85.
T132 - Cassette. Sam Wilson and others on "Sharing Hope in World Cities." 3/5/85.
T133 - Cassette. Paul Freed, Ben Armstrong, and Alan Compton on "Sharing Hope Through Broadcasting." 3/5/85.
T134 - Cassette. James Bowman on "Media-Planted Churches - Hope for Closed Areas." 3/6/85.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/23-26/85: Mission in the Nineties.
T135 - Cassette. Ted Ward on "Business as Usual." 9/23/85.
T136 - Cassette. Tom Houston on Tuesday Bible Hour. 9/24/85.
T137 - Cassette. Ted Ward on "Futuristic Procedure as Stewardship." 9/24/85.
T138 - Cassette. Panel Session on Tuesday Afternoon. 9/24/85.
T139 - Cassette. Panel Session on Tuesday Evening. 9/24/85.
T140 - Cassette. Tom Houston on Wednesday Bible Hour. 9/25/85.
T141 - Cassette. Wayne Shabaz and Dick Staub on "Seeing the Hand of God." 9/25/85.
T142 - Cassette. Panel Session on Wednesday Afternoon. 9/25/85.
T143 - Cassette. Byron Spradlin on "Tomorrow's World Through Music and Art." 9/25/85.
T144 - Cassette. Tom Houston on Thursday Bible Hour. 9/26/85.
T145 - Cassette. Gleanings from the Futuristic Process - Missions in the 1990's. 9/26/85.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/22-25/86.
T146 - Cassette. Donald Patterson on "People - God's Amazing Strategy." 9/22/86.
T147 - Cassette. Ronald Iwasko on "The Personal Function in Missions." 9/23/86.
T148 - Cassette. Gordon Engdahl on "Values/Principles for Developing People." 9/23/86.
T149 - Cassette. Donald Patterson on "Developing Effective People." 9/23/86.
T150 - Cassette. John Powell on "Overcoming Barriers to Personal Development." 9/24/86.
T151 - Cassette. Ralph Mattson on "Your Stewardship of God's Gifts of People and Resource." 9/24/86.
T152 - Cassette. Carroll Hunt on "Developing Policies to Address the Special Needs of Women." 9/24/86.
T153 - Cassette. Donald Patterson on "The Ministry of Encouragement." 9/24/86.
T154 - Cassette. Chester Quarles on "Safety Consideration for the Missionary Force." 9/25/86.
T155 - Cassette. Donald Patterson on "Going Forward in God's Strength." 9/25/86.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/3-5/87.
T156 - Cassette. Paul McKaughan on "Developing a Strategy for a City." 3/4/87.
T157 - Cassette. David Bryant on "Reaching Cities Through Movements of Prayer for the World." 3/5/87.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/21-25/87: Focusing the Vision.
T158 - Cassette. Leith Anderson on "Focusing the Vision for the Nineties." 9/21/87.
T159 - Cassette. Kenneth Gangel on "Assumptions and Realities in Facing the Vision." 9/22/87.
T160 - Cassette. Stanley Davies and Ingulf Diesen on "Mission Realities Viewed from Europe." 9/22/87.
T161 - Cassette. Gangel on "Developing People to Own the Vision." 9/22/87.
T162 - Cassette. Ajith Fernando on "The Focus of our Vision." 9/22/87.
T163 - Cassette. Michael Pocock on "Preparation for Placement Effective in the Vision." 9/23/87.
T164 - Cassette. Fernando on "The Basis of our Vision." 9/23/87.
T165 - Cassette. Luis Bush on "The Expanding Vision: Emerging Missions." 9/24/87.
T166 - Cassette. William Taylor on "Emerging Missions: Comments, Models, Discussion." 9/24/87.
T167 - Cassette. Fernando on "Man's Lostness and our Vision." 9/24/87.
T168 - Cassette. Harold Fuller on "Strategy Groups: Reports and Prayer." 9/25?/87.
T169 - Cassette. Fernando on "Living the Vision: Servanthood and Mission." 9/25/87.
T170 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Islam, Part I - Robert Douglas. 9/?/87.
T171 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Islam, Part II - Robert Douglas. 9/?/87.
T172 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Frontiers, Part I - Larry Allmon. 9/?/87.
T173 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Frontiers, Part II - Larry Allmon. 9/?/87.
T174 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Europe, Part I - George Murray. 9/?/87.
T175 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Europe, Part II - George Murray. 9/?/87.
T176 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Africa, Part I - Harold Fuller. 9/?/87.
T177 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Africa, Part II - Harold Fuller. 9/?/87.
T178 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Asia, Part I - Leonard Tuggy. 9/?/87.
T179 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Asia, Part II - Leonard Tuggy. 9/?/87.
T180 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Latin America, Part I - Arno Enns. 9/?/87.
T181 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: Latin America, Part II - Arno Enns. 9/?/87.
T182 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: North America, Part I - Bill Lottis. 9/?/87.
T183 - Cassette. Regional Meetings: North America, Part II - Bill Lottis. 9/?/87.
T184 - Cassette. Workshop Session: Research: New Frontiers - Howard Brant. 9/?/87.
T185 - Cassette. Workshop Session: Bi-vocational Workers - Dick Staub. 9/?/87.
T186 - Cassette. Workshop Session: Mission Media - Robert Reekie. 9/?/87.
T187 - Cassette. Workshop Session: Relief, Development, and Evangelism - Roger Greenway. 9/?/87.
T188 - Cassette. Workshop Session: Ministry Teams - Carl Wilhelm. 9/?/87.
T189 - Cassette. Workshop Session: Sharing the Vision - Colin McDougall. 9/?/87.
T190 - Cassette. EFMA Business Meeting, Part I. 9/23/87.
T191 - Cassette. EFMA Business Meeting, Part II. 9/24/87.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/8-10/88: Passing the Vision -- It Can Be Done.
T192 - Cassette. Ted Engstrom on "The Leader, Preparing for Retirement." 3/8/88.
T193 - Cassette. Lorne Sanny on "A Planned Transition - Navigators Case History." 3/8/88.
T194 - Cassette. Bobb Biehl on "Succession/Recruiting - Finding the Right Senior Executive, Part 1." 3/8/88.
T195 - Cassette. Bobb Biehl on "Succession/Recruiting - Finding the Right Senior Executive, Part 2." 3/8/88.
T196 - Cassette. Bobb Biehl on "Ten Predictable Traumas of Succession." 3/9/88.
T197 - Cassette. Ted Engstrom on "Succession, Challenges, and Concerns." 3/9/88.
T198 - Cassette. EFMA Annual Meeting - Wade Coggins. 3/9/88.
T199 - Cassette. Ted Engstrom on "Maximizing your Board's Role in the Succession Process." 3/10/88.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/26-29/88: Challenges for the Nineties. (Tapes marked October 1988)
T200 - Cassette. Robert Douglas on "Opportunities Among Muslims I." 9/27/88.
T201 - Cassette. Robert Douglas on "Opportunities Among Muslims II." 9/27/88.
T202 - Cassette. Robert Waymire on "Locating Muslim Opportunities." 9/27/88.
T203 - Cassette. Elward Ellis on "Black Churches in Missions." 9/27/88.
T204 - Cassette. Elward Ellis on Tuesday Evening Message. 9/27/88.
T205 - Cassette. James Engel on "Who are our Supporters?" 9/28/88.
T206 - Cassette. James Engel and Jones on "Challenging the Baby Boomers #1." 9/28/88.
T207 - Cassette. James Engel and Jerry Jones on "Challenging the Baby Boomers #2." 9/28/88.
T208 - Cassette. Bobb Biehl on "Strategic Planning for EFMA I." 9/28/88.
T209 - Cassette. Bobb Biehl on "Strategic Planning for EFMA II." 9/28/88.
T210 - Cassette. Elward Ellis on "Wednesday Evening Message." 9/28/88.
T211 - Cassette. Bobb Biehl on "Strategic Planning for EFMA III." 9/29/88.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/7-9/89: Mission Vision -- A Key Element of a Revived
T212 - Cassette. Jack Sims on "America's Baby Boom Market Place." 3/7/89.
T213 - Cassette. Jack Sims on "Meeting Spiritual Needs of Baby Boomers - Involving Them." 3/7/89.
T214 - Cassette. David Moore and Burnis Bushong on "Preparing Missionaries for Effective Ministry." 3/7/89.
T215 - Cassette. Paul Bothwick on "Enhancing the Short Termer's Impact on the Constituency." 3/7/89.
T216 - Cassette. Kermit Yoder on "Mission Field Tours for Key Leaders." 3/8/89.
T217 - Cassette. Paul B. Smith on "Reaching the Back Rows." 3/8/89.
T218 - Cassette. Wade Coggins on EFMA Meeting - Challenge. 3/8/89.
T219 - Cassette. Richard Crespo on "Developing Organizational Policies Regarding AIDS." 3/9/89.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/25/28/89: Toward AD 2000.
T220 - Cassette. Bill Bright on "The Vision." 9/25/89.
T221 - Cassette. Ralph Winter on "Positive Lessons from Past Calls." 9/26/89.
T222 - Cassette. Roger Greenway and others on "Response: Applications of Lessons." 9/26/89.
T223 - Cassette. Brant Gustavson on "Media in AD 2000 Thrust." 9/26/89.
T224 - Cassette. Ralph Mann on "Reaching Restricted Areas." 9/26/89.
T225 - Cassette. Larry Keyes on "Partnering with Third World Missions." 9/26/89.
T226 - Cassette. David Hesselgrave on "Overcoming Hindrances in Past." 9/27/89.
T227 - Cassette. John Kyle and others on "Response: How to Overcome." 9/27/89.
T228 - Cassette. Keith Parks on "Management Development in Light of AD 2000." 9/27/89.
T229 - Cassette. Wesley Duewel on "Developing Increased Prayer for World Evangelism." 9/27/89.
T230 - Cassette. Keith Parks on "What Can Move Us Toward the Goal." 9/27/89.
T231 - Cassette. Paul McKaughan on "2000 and Beyond." 9/28/89.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/6-8/90: Stewardship of People Resources.
T232 - Cassette. Wade Coggins on "Serving with Joy." 3/6/90.
T233 - Cassette. Thomas Graham on "Integrity - a Key to Leadership." 3/6/90.
T234 - Cassette. Ted Noble on "The Growing Leader." 3/6/90.
T235 - Cassette. World Relief Luncheon - Larry Ward. 3/6/90.
T236 - Cassette. Paul McKaughan on "The Multiple Roles of a Leader." 3/6/90.
T237 - Cassette. Brent Lindquist on "Restoring the Hurting." 3/6/90.
T238 - Cassette. Paul McKaughan on "Leadership for World Evangelism in the 90s." 3/7/90.
T239 - Cassette. Paul McKaughan on "Leadership.... (continued)." 3/7/90.
T240 - Cassette. Brian O'Connell on "Opportunities in Eastern Europe." 3/7/90.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/17-20/90: Confronting Change.
T241 - Cassette. Dr. David Howard on "Bible Study Hour I and II (Part 1)." 9/17/90 - 9/18/90.
T242 - Cassette. Dr. David Howard on "Bible Study Hour II (Part 2) and III." 9/18/90 - 9/19/90.
T243 - Cassette. Dr. Eugene Williams on "Concept of Change." 9/18/90.
T244 - Cassette. Dr. Leith Anderson on "Change in the Church." 9/19/90.
T245 - Cassette. Rev. Paul McKaughan on "Change in Missions." 9/20/90.
T246 - Cassette. Dr. William Taylor on "2/3 World Missionary Training." 9/20/90.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/3-5/91: Internationalization of Missions.
T247 - Cassette. Gordon Loux (International Students) on "Internationalization of Missions and International Students." 3/5/91.
T248 - Cassette. Thomas Marks and panel on "Internationalization of Missions and Organizational Implications." 3/5/91.
T249 - Cassette. Samuel Escobar on "Internationalization of Missions and Leadership - N/S/E/W." 3/5/91.
T250 - Cassette. Raymond Bakke on "Ethnicity in America and the Internationalization of Missions." 3/6/91.
T251 - Cassette. Don Bjork on "Internationalization of Missions and Recent Arrivals." 3/6/91.
T252 - Cassette. Luis Bush on "Internationalization of Missions and Empowerment of Nationals." 3/7/91.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/23-26/91: Funding World Evangelism.
T253 - Cassette. Dr. Leighton Ford on "Globalizing the Gospel." 9/23/91.
T254 - Cassette. Dr. Johnny Miller on "Purity of Heart." 9/24/91.
T255 - Cassette. Hugh Maclellan Jr. on "What a Potentially Large Donor Looks for When Funding World Evangelization." 9/24/91.
T256 - Cassette. Bob Screen on "How Your Mission Can Gain the Support of the Potentially Large Donor." 9/24/91.
T257 - Cassette. Bob Screen on "How Your Mission Can Gain the Support of the Potentially Large Donor" (continued). 9/24/91.
T258 - Cassette. Dr. Ed Dayton on "The U.S. Church and Funding for World Evangelization." 9/24/91.
T259 - Cassette. Dr. Johnny Miller on "Repose of Contentment, Psalm 131." 9/25/91.
T260 - Cassette. Glenn Kendall on "Individual Support Raising: Is the System Overloaded?" 9/25/91.
T261 - Cassette. Dr. Roger Greenway on "Dollars, Lifestyle, and World Evangelization." 9/25/91.
T262 - Cassette. Panel Discussion: "Financial Resources that Two-Thirds World Mission Movements Seek From the U.S." (Tape 1). - Luis Bush, Ramesh Richard, and Jun Vencer. 9/25/91.
T263 - Cassette. Panel Discussion: Financial Resources that Two-Thirds World Mission Movements Seek From the U.S." (Tape 2). - Luis Bush, Ramesh Richard, and Jun Vencer. 9/25/91.
T264 - Cassette. David Bryant on "Mobilizing Prayer Movements for World Evangelism." 9/25/91.
T265 - Cassette. Dr. Johnny Miller on "The Content of Faith, Hebrews 11:6." 9/26/91.
T266 - Cassette. Jerry Sharpless, Dean Beal, and Bob Auer on "From Financial Dependency to 'In Country' Self Support: Case Studies from Latin America and Poland." 9/26/91.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/3-5/92: The Executive and the 90s Family: Opportunities,
Challenges and Trends.
T267 - Cassette. John Powell on "The Family." 3/3/92.
T268 - Cassette. Laura Mae Gardner on "Characteristics of a Healthy Family." 3/3/92.
T269 - Cassette. Brent Lindquist and Hans Finzel on "Nurturing the Family - Pre-field and On-field Issues." 3/3/92.
T270 - Cassette. Jim Smotherman on "Nurturing the Family - Focus on Family Stages." 3/4/92.
T271 - Cassette. George Grant on "Revival and Social Action: Vision and Service." 3/5/92.
T272 - Cassette. Ed Dayton on "The Family All Grown Up." 3/5/92.
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Conference, 1992.
T273 - Cassette. Side 1: Peter Kuzmic on "European, North American Collaboration in Reaching the CIS and Eastern Europe." Side 2: Anita Deyneka on "Building Bridges for God's Kingdom in the CIS." 5/29/92.
T274 - Cassette. Side 1: Kent Hill on "The Changing Face of the Church's Ministry in the CIS." Side 2: Serge Duss on "Assessment of Physical Needs and Church Government and NGO Strategies in the CIS and Eastern Europe." 5/30/92.
T275 - Cassette. Side 1: Panel Discussion - Kent Hill, Serge Duss, Mark Elliott, and Andrew Semenchuk. Side 2: Devotional/Bible Study - Art Gay. 5/30/92.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/21/-24/92: The Small Half of the World -- The World of Children
and Young People.
T276 - Cassette. Michael Little on "Child Evangelism Through Creative Use of TV." 9/21/92.
T277 - Cassette. Floyd McClung on "Bless the Children." 9/21/92.
T278 - Cassette. Eduardo Ramirez on "Status of Children's Ministries Around the World." 9/22/92.
T279 - Cassette. Paul Borthwick on "Status of Youth Ministries Around the World." 9/22/92.
T280 - Cassette. Doug Nichols on "The World's Street Children: Trash or Precious Souls?" 9/22/92.
T281 - Cassette. Barry St. Clair on "Developing Strategies of Youth Ministries Culture by Culture." 9/22/92.
T282 - Cassette. Svetlana Dirina on "A Children's Television Ministry in Russia: A Model of Impact." 9/22/92.
T283 - Cassette. Mark Senter on "An Historic Perspective of Children/Youth Ministries and World Evangelization." 9/23/92.
T284 - Cassette. John Pavey on "Youth Ministries in Post-Christian Europe." 9/23/92.
T285 - Cassette. Lorraine Stirneman on "The Potential of Urban Children and Youth Ministries." 9/23/92.
T286 - Cassette. Eddie Waxer, Dale Jones, Ralph Drollinger, Lowrie McCown, and Bill Sunderland on "Sports...A Unique Bridge to Young People." 9/23/92.
T287 - Cassette. Paul Borthwick on "Mobilizing Children and Young People for World Evangelization in the Local Church." 9/23/92.
T288 - Cassette. Dan Harrison on "Students in World Mission." 9/23/92.
T289 - Cassette. Andre Normandin on "Reaching Young People within the Context of New Age and the Universal Youth Culture." 9/23/92.
T290 - Cassette. Don Miller and Dan Brewster on "Making Disciples Among Children." 9/24/92.
EFMA Annual Convention, 3/6-9/93: New Directions in Missions.
T291 - Cassette. Bob Klamser on "Security Challenges to the Mission Community into the 21st Century." 3/6/93.
T292 - Cassette. Roger Peterson on "Is Short-Term Mission Really Worth the Time and Money?" 3/6/93.
T293 - Cassette. Mark Percy on "Business as Ministry." 3/6/93.
T294 - Cassette. Hans Finzel on "Understanding Our Hurting World." 3/8/93.
T295 - Cassette. Luis Bush on "The Changing Role of the U.S. Church in World Evangelization." 3/8/93.
T296 - Cassette. Panel Discussion on "China Watch" - John Smee. 3/8/93.
EFMA/IFMA/EMS Joint Retreat, 9/20-23/93: Managing Diversity -- The Mission
Leadership Challenge of the 90s.
T297 - Cassette. Dr. Tony Evans on Tuesday Morning Bible Study. 9/21/93.
T298 - Cassette. Dr. Tony Evans on Wednesday Morning Bible Study. 9/22/93.
T299 - Cassette. Dr. Tony Evans on Thursday Morning Bible Study. 9/23/93.
T300 - Cassette. Dr. Daniel Sanchez and Dr. John Orme on "Diversity at Home - Fund Raising and Recruiting." 9/21/93.
T301 - Cassette. Gerard Thames and David Hicks on "Diversity Within the Organization - Training and Managing." 9/22/93.
T302 - Cassette. Floyd Kvamme and Phill Butler on "Diversity Internationally - Strategic International Partnerships and Alliances." 9/23/93.
T303 - Cassette. Dr. Jun Vencer on "Diversity in the Church." 9/?/93.
T304 - Cassette. Dr. Emilio Nunez on Thursday Evening Session. 9/23/93.
T305 - Cassette. Dr. Yusufu Turaki on "An African Response to Missions." 9/?/93.
T306 - Cassette. Dr. Kalevi Lehtinen on "Change and Challenge in Europe." 9/?/93.
T307 - Cassette. Dr. James Reapsome on "Parliament of World Religions I." 9/?/93.
T308 - Cassette. Dr. James Reapsome on "Parliament of World Religions II." 9/?/93.
T309 - Cassette. "Tensions in Diversity I." 9/?/93.
T310 - Cassette. "Tensions in Diversity II." 9/?/93.
EFMA Annual Convention, 1994.
T311 - Cassette. David Wells on "Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?" 3/7/94.
T312 - Cassette. J.P. Hogan on "Finishing Well, the Personal Journey of the Missionary Executive." 3/7/94.
T313 - Cassette. Joni Eareckson Tada on "Health Care: The Impact on People With Disabilities." 3/8/94.
T314 - Cassette. Julia McLean Williams on "Keeping Your Love Affair With Christ to the End." 3/8/94.
T315 - Cassette. Ben Sawatsky on "How Culture Shapes Our Perception of Leadership." 3/5/94.
T316 - Cassette. Paul Nelson on "How to Make it to the End of a Whole Person." 3/6/94.
T317 - Cassette. Brent Lindquist on "Self-Evaluation Tools: Who, Where, and How." 3/6/94.
T318 - Cassette. G.K. Otis Jr. on "The Executive Decision Making Process." 3/7/94.
T319 - Cassette. Paul McKaughan on "Life Cycle of a Mission Executive." 3/5/94.
T320 - Cassette. John Huffman on "Spiritual Warfare in the Personal Life of an Executive." 3/5/94.
T321 - Cassette. Terry Taylor on "Maintaining Spiritual Perspective." 3/5/94.
EFMA Fall Retreat, 9/19-22/94: Seeking Creative Ways to Fulfill the Great Commission.
T322 - Cassette. Side 1: Dr. Richard Love on "Charismatics and Non-Charismatics Working/Learning From One Another." Side 2: Peter Stewart and Jim Reapsome. 9/20/94.
T323 - Cassette. Dr. Leighton Ford on "Biblical Basis for Cooperation." 9/29/94.
T324 - Cassette. Gerry Thames and Dr. Ian Hay on "Mergers: When, Why and Why Not." 9/21/94.
T325 - Cassette. Dr. Grant McClung on "Why Pentecostals/Charismatics are Growing Worldwide." 9/21/94.
T326 - Cassette. Chip Grange on "Learning From Legal Profession in a Litigious Society." 9/21/94.
T327 - Cassette. Dr. William D. Taylor on "Learning from 2/3 World Missions." 9/21/94.
T328 - Cassette. Bishop Gus Marwieh on "Learning From Each Other in Adversity." 9/21/94.
T329 - Cassette. Andrew Jackson and Daniel Williams on "Churches and Sending Agencies Cooperation." 9/22/94.
T330 - Cassette. Peter Nanfelt on "CS/Cambodia - Where/Why Didn't Work." 9/22/94.
T331 - Cassette. Howard Foltz and Paul McKaughan on "Why 2 Groups? and How They Can Work Together?" 9/22/94.
Unidentified or non-EFMA meetings.
T79 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. Robert Bowman: China.
T80 - Cassette, approximately 45 minutes. Paul Hiebert: "The Missionary in the Community."
T81 - Cassette, approximately 60 minutes. Ron Iwasko, Wanda Kroeger: "Married Women in Missions - Identifying and Meeting Their Special Needs."
T332 - Cassette. Report on WCC Assembly - Dr. Byang Kato, given a few days before his death in Mombassa. 12/19/75.
T334 - Cassette. Dr. Raymond J. Bakke on "Understanding the Muslim World" at the Covenant Church Mission Conference in Rolling Hills, CA. 3/17/91.
T333 - Cassette. Wade Coggins on "The Cost of Missions Today" at the ACMC National Conference. 7/20/79 or 7/21/79.
T346 - Cassette. Wheaton College Homecoming Chapel Message - Dr. James Plueddeman. 10/12/90.
T335 - Cassette. Robert W. Dingman on "Development Offices at the Turn of the Century" at a fund-raising conference of the Christian Stewardship Association. 10/?/91.
T336 - Cassette. Dr. Ted Engstrom and Dr. Bill Bright on "Vision for New Life 2000" at the International Committee of Reference for New Life 2000. 5/?/93.
T337 - Cassette. Coach Bill McCartney on "Let the Walls Fall Down," at the Promise Keepers pastors conference at the University of Colorado. 5/10/93.
T350 - Cassette. Side 1: Panel Discussion on "Summer Ministry for Teens." Side 2: Mr. Joe White on "Summer Youth Camp: Why Go?" ?/?/93.
T338 - Cassette. EDayton and Ted Engstrom on handling change in missions, church growth, future shock, and management. N.d.
T339 - Cassette. Dayton and Engstrom. Continuation of T338.
T82 - Cassette, approximately 20 minutes, one side only. Three recorded phone conversations, originated by John and/or Margaret Ann McKinnon, to Ed Hickle, director of Advent Christian Mission, and George Teshera, pastor and former missionary with ACM. Conversations address doctrinal issues of atonement, hell, eternal security, "soul sleep," annihilation and judgement. 1980. From folder 39-6.
T83-T90 - 8-cassette set, "Competent to Counsel" by Jay E. Adams. Set designed to train laypersons for counseling. Topics include establishing a training program for counselors in a local congregation, counseling methodology and philosophy, depression, family problems, among others. Each cassette recorded on both sides, approximately 90 minutes per tape. Includes supplementary materials. 1975.
T348 - Cassette. "Trans World Radio - Update 1992." Ca. 1992.
T340 - Cassette. Floyd McClung on "Guarding the Gospel." ?/?/94.
T341 - Cassette. Paul Smith on "Bible Translations on Tape." N.d.
T342 - Cassette. Side 1: Jim Reapsome on Evangelical Missions Quarterly and a Report on the IFMA and EFMA Missionary Conferences. Side 2: Evangelical Newsletter on Mission News, Ted Ward on Missions in the Year 2000, and Paul Freed on Cooperation in Missions. N.d.
T343 - Cassette. George Verwer on "How To Be a Missions Mobilizer." N.d.
T344 - Cassette. Book Review - George Verwer. N.d.
T345 - Cassette. Language Acquisition Made Practical (LAMP) Demonstration Tape. N.d.
T347 - Cassette. "An Interview with Peter Kuzmic," part of the "Urbana Options" series. 1992.
T349 - Cassette. Side 1: An Interview of Jerry Bridges, The Navigators. Side 2: An Interview of Surgeon General Dr. Everett Koop Talking About Map International. N.d.
T351 - Cassette. "Radio ELWA Returns to the Airwaves." 1/15/92.
T352 - Cassette. Clyde Taylor dictating correspondence for transcription by his secretary. N.d.
Accession 80-99, 83-7, 83-84, 85-172, 87-102, 88-118, 88-123, 88-124, 90-15, 92-106, 94-42, 96-52
Type of Material: Books (and Pamphlets)
The following items are located in the BGC LIBRARY unless otherwise noted:
Adeney, David H. Missionary Service Overseas. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
Adolph, Paul E. The Physical and Emotional Stress of Missionary Work. (New York: Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association, 1959)
Allen, A.A. My Vision of the Destruction of America Atop the Empire State Building: Will Russia Invade America?. Hereford, AZ: A.A. Allen Publications, 1954. From folder 63-17.
American Bible Society. Evangelicals and the Bible Cause. (New York: American Bible Society, n.d.)
Bailey, Helen L. and Jackson, Herbert C. A Study of Missionary Motivation, Training, and Withdrawal (1953-1982). New York: Missionary Research Library, 1965.
Baker, Milton. Evangelical Missions and the World Council of Churches. (Wheaton: Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1964)
Barna Research Group. Today's Teens: A Generation in Transition. Glendale, CA: The Barna Research Group, 1991)
Barnes, James H. Recap of Missionary Retirement Survey. St. Petersburg, FL: United World Vision, n.d.
Bates, M. Searle. Dates on the Distribution of the Missionary Enterprise. International Missionary Council, 1943.
Beck, James Romaine. Parental Preparation of Missionary Children for Boarding School. (Taipei, Taiwan: Mei Ya Publications, Inc., 1968) From folder 202-13.
Bibliography for Latin American Studies (Office for Research Bulletins, Vol. III, No. 2). New York: United Presbyterian Church, 1963.
Bourdeaux, Michael and Rowe, Michael, eds. May One Believe - In Russia?: Violations of Religious Liberty in the Soviet Union. London: Darton, Longman & Todd, 1980. From folder 60-10.
Brethren Annual, 1975. Winona Lake, IN: Brethren Missionary Herald Co., 1974.
Brushwyler, Vincent. Why Are the Laborers Few? (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
Buker, Raymond B. The Place, The Goal, The Method of Christian Missions: Three Lectures. (Chicago: Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 1954)
A Calling to Fulfill: 1976 Yearbook. Elizabethtown, PA: Brethren in Christ Missions, 1976.
Capon, M.G. Toward Unity In Kenya: The Story of Co-operation between Missions and Churches in Kenya 1913-1947. (Nairobi, Kenya: Christian Council of Kenya, 1962)
A Charge to Keep: 1975 Yearbook. Elizabethtown, PA: Brethren in Christ Missions, 1975.
Christian Education in Africa. London: Oxford University Press (for the All Africa Churches Conference), 1963.
Christian Missionary Activities Enquiry Committee, Madhya Pradesh. Report. Madhya Pradesh, India: Government Printing, 1956.
Christianity in Haiti: A Preliminary Survey. Monrovia, CA: Missions Advanced Research and Communication Center, 1970.
Church of Scientology Information Service. Scientology: A Religion of Helping Others. (1978) From folder 184-5.
Coggins, Wade T. and E.L. Frizen, Jr., editors. Evangelical Missions Tomorrow. (Pasadena: William Carey Library, 1977)
______. Reaching Our Generation. (Pasadena: William Carey Library, 1982)
Colquhoun, Frank. Christian Faith and Fellowship: An Evangelical Approach to Christian Unity. (London: Evangelical Alliance, 1958)
COMIBAM. Latino-america y las misiones mundiales: testimonios de misioneros latinoamericanos. (Guatemala, 1987)
Conner, Ruben S. Evangelizing the Black Community. Dallas: Black Evangelistic Enterprise, n.d. From folder 64-32.
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. Annual Report, 1975. Westchester, IL, 1975.
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. Annual Report, 1976. Westchester, IL, 1976.
Cook, Harold R. You Have Made a GREAT DECISION: Friendly Counsel to Volunteers for Foreign Missionary Service. (Ridgefield Park, NJ: Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association, 1960) Also a Korean translation.
Cook, Robert A. The Evangelical Objective in the 60's: 4 steps to vital Christianity. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, n.d.)
Crawford, John R. Protestant Missions in Congo, 1878-1969. Kinshasa: Librarie Evangelique du Congo, 1969(?).
Cummings, Norman I. What Is a Missionary Call? (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
Dain, A. Jack. The Screening of Missionary Candidates. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, 1956)
Declaration de Wheaton 1966. (Nairobi, Kenya: Office Evangelique pour l' Afrique, 1966). French translation of Evangelical Missions Information Service's Wheaton Declaration.
Deffinbaugh, Bob. Racial Problems Are Biblical Problems. Dallas: Black Evangelistic Enterprise, 1980. From folder 64-32.
Devine, Bob. The Shape of the Stars. Chicago: Moody Press, 1977.
Dickson, Lillian. These My People: Serving Christ Among the Mountain People of Formosa. (Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1958)
Directory of Christian Colleges in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1961.
Directory of Churches and Missions in India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon 1947-49. Nagpur, India: National Christian Council, 1947.
Directory of Member Colleges. Washington, DC: The Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges, 1970.
Directory of North American Protestant Foreign Missionary Agencies. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1956.
Directory of North American Protestant Foreign Missionary Agencies. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1958.
Directory of North American Protestant Foreign Missionary Agencies. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1960.
Directory of North American Protestant Foreign Missionary Agencies. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1962.
Directory of North American Protestant Foreign Missionary Agencies. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1964.
Directory of Protestant Church-Related Hospitals Outside Europe and North America. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1963.
Directory of the Ministry. A Yearbook of Christian Churches and Churches of Christ. 1976.
Directory: Theological Schools in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, and the South Pacific. New York: Theological Education Fund, 1966.
Doughty, W.E. The Call of the World. New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1913.
Ethnologue of Bibleless Tribes (plus supplement). Glendale, CA: Wycliffe Bible Translators, Inc., n.d., supplement, 1961.
Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. Comity: A Statement by the Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
Evangelical Joint Accounting Committee. Accounting and Financial Reporting Guide for Christian Ministries. (EJAC, 1994)
Evangelical Literature Overseas. Messages and Findings of the Fourth Annual Conference, Evangelical Literature Overseas. Wheaton: Evangelical Literature Overseas, 1955.
Evangelical Missions Information Service. Wheaton Declaration. (Washington, DC, 1966)
Evans, Anthony T. Biblical Theology and the Black Experience. Dallas: Black Evangelistic Enterprise, 1977. From folder 64-32.
Fabun, Don. The Children of Change. Beverly Hills, CA: Glencoe Press, 1969.
Facing Facts in Modern Missions. (Chicago: Moody Press, 1963)
Ford, George L. A Roman Catholic President: how free from church control? (Wheaton: United Evangelical Action, ca. 1960)
Ford, George L. and Clyde W. Taylor. A Protestant Strategy for the Sixties. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, ca. 1961)
Foreign Missionarie: Service & Sacrifice or Antinational Activities. (Dehli: Indian Christian Association, 1967)
Forsberg, Malcolm with Phil Schwab. Don't Turn of the Missions Boards. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Missions Information Service, n.d.)
Fraser, Donald. The New Africa. New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1928.
Gerber, Vergil, ed. Missions in Creative Tension: The Green Lake '71 Compendium. South Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library, 1971.
Glasser, Arthur F. Don't Forget the Ghettos. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Missions Information Service, n.d.)
Glover, Robert Hall. World Frontiers in Christian Missions. (Ridgefield, NJ: IFMA, 1961)
Guiding Principles for Interconfessional Cooperation in Translating the Bible. (London: United Bible Societies and Rome: Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity, 1968)
Hawkins, Robert. The Winning of a Waiwai Witch Doctor. Dallas: Bible Fellowships, Inc., n.d. From folder 64-28.
Houghton, A.T. Evangelicals and the World Council of Churches. (London: World Dominion Press, 1962)
______. What of New Dehli? (London: Bible Churchmen's Missionary Society, 1962) From folder 179-18.
Howard, David M. Don't Wait for the Macedonians. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Missions Information Services, n.d.)
Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association. The Divine Logic of Foreign Missions. (New York: IFMA, ca. 1959)
______. Facts and Figures. (Ridgefield, NJ: IFMA, 1961)
______. A Glance at the World. (Ridgefield, NJ: IFMA, 1961)
______. The Heart of Missions. (Ridgefield, NJ: IFMA, 1962)
______. Men Wanted. (Ridgefield, NJ: IFMA, 1961)
______. Missionary Qualifications and Preparation. (Ridgefield Park, NJ: Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association, 1962)
Johnson, Harmon A. The Growing Church in Haiti. Coral Gables, FL: West Indies Mission, 1970)
Kirby, Gilbert W., compiler. National Evangelical Fellowship: Some suggestions for organisers. (London: World Evangelical Fellowship, n.d.)
Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn. The Basis of Christian Unity: An Exposition of John 17 and Ephesians 4. (London: Inter-Varsity Fellowship, 1962)
Loane, Marcus. That They May Be One: A Biblical Approach to Christian Unity. (London: Evangelical Alliance, 1962)
Lores, Ruben. Mobilization of Believers and Churches for Evangelism. (Bogata, NJ: Office of Worldwide Evangelism-in-Depth, 1969)
MacCollam, Joel A. THE WAY of Victor Paul Wierwille. (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1978)
Manifesto Evangelico. (Sao Paulo, Brazil: Juna Editorial Crista, 1966) Portuguese translation of Evangelical Missions Information Service's Wheaton Declaration.
March, Arthur W., comp. Directory of Protestant Medical Missions. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1959.
May, Bernie. Climbing on Course. Portland: Multnomah Press, 1979. From folder 37-6. Spiritual lessons drawn from missionary aviation experiences.
McGavran, Donald A. How to Do a Survey of Church Growth. (Pasadena: School of World Mission and Institute of Church Growth, ca. 1958.
Mills, Edgar W. and Koval, John P. Stress in the Ministry. Washington, DC: Ministry Studies Board, 1971.
Missionary Statesmanship in Africa. Brussels: Civilizations, 1953.
Missions Annual. New York: Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association, 1958.
Missions Annual. New York: Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association, 1959.
Missions Annual. Ridgefield Park, NJ: Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association, 1961.
Moon, Sun Myung. New Hope: Twelve Talks by Sun Myung Moon. (Washington, DC: The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity, 1973) From folder 185-4.
Morehouse, Ward. American Institutions and Organizations Interested in Asia. New York: Taplinger, 1957.
Moser, M.L., Jr. Good News for Modern Man: 'The Devil's Masterpiece.' (Little Rock: The Challenge Press, 1970. From folder 184-15.
Moyer, Kenyon. A Study of Missionary Motivation, Training, and Withdrawal (1932-52). New York: Missionary Research Library, 1957.
Murch, James DeForest. A Aventura Ecumenica: Uma Analise do Conselho Mundial de Igrejas. (Sao Paolo, Brazil: Edicoes Vida Nova, 1963). Portuguese translation of Murch's The World Council of Churches: An Analysis and Evaluation.
______. The Coming Great Church: A Critique of the World Council of Churches. (National Association of Evangelicals, 1955)
______. The National Council of Churches: A Critique. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, 1966)
______. The World Council of Churches: An Analysis and Evaluation. (Washington, DC: National Association of Evangelicals, 1961)
______. The World Council of Churches: An Analysis and Evaluation, revised edition. (Washington, DC: National Association of Evangelicals, 1962)
National Association of Evangelicals. Spiritual Unity in Action: A Handbook of Information on the National Association of Evangelicals. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, n.d.)
National Association of Evangelicals, Church Extension and Home Missions Commission. Church Extension Commission Messages, 1965. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, 1965)
National Council of Churches, Yearbook of American Churches. Edited by Benson Y. Landis. New York: National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, 1961.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American Churches. Edited by Benson Y. Landis. New York: National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, 1964.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American Churches. Edited by Benson Y. Landis. New York: National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, 1965.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American Churches. Edited by Benson Y. Landis. New York: National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, 1966.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American Churches. Edited by Constant H. Jacquet. New York: National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, 1967.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American Churches. Edited by Constant H. Jacquet. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1972.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches. Edited by Constant H. Jacquet. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1974.
National Council of Churches. Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches. Edited by Constant H. Jacquet. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1975.
Navigators. The Glen Eyrie Story. (Colorado Springs: Navigators, ca. 1953)
Nicholls, Bruce. Missionary Strategy. (London: Evangelical Missionary Alliance, 1962)
Norris, A.E. Missionary Relationships. (London: Evangelical Missionary Alliance, 1961)
Orr, Clara E., comp. Schools Overseas Available for the Children of North American Missionaries. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1960.
Paine, Stephen W. "Separation" - Is Separating Evangelicals. Boston: Fellowship Press, 1951. From folder 63-23.
Protestant Churches of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Pacific Area. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1959.
Protestant Theological Seminaries and Bible Schools in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, The Caribbean and Pacific Areas. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1960.
Reynhout, Hubert, Jr. Some Problems Concerning the Preparation of the Christian Ministry on the Foreign Mission Field. Providence, RI: Barrington Bible College, 1955.
Rycroft, W. Stanley and Clemmer, Myrtle M. A Factual Study of Sub-Saharan Africa. New York: United Presbyterian Church, 1962.
Rycroft, W. Stanley and Clemmer, Myrtle M. A Factual Study of the Middle East. New York: United Presbyterian Church, 1962.
Rycroft, W. Stanley and Clemmer, Myrtle M. A Statistical Study of Latin America (Office for Research Bulletins, Vol. I, No. 9). New York: United Presbyterian Church, 1961.
Sanny, Lorne C. The Pathfinder. (Colorado Springs: Navigators, 1958) From folder 182-28.
Scanlon, A. Clark. Church Growth Through Theological Education (in Guatemala). Guatemala: Talleres Tipograficos El Faro, 1962.
Selected List: Current Books and Pamphlets...Added to the Collection of the Missionary Research Library...1964. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1965.
Schumaker, C. Richard. An Evangelical Literature Survey of Africa. Evangelical Literature Overseas, 1969.
Sinclair, John H., ed. Protestantism in Latin America: A Bibliographical Guide. Austin, TX: The Hispanic American Institute, 1967.
Snead, A.C. The Foreign Missionary In a Changing World. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
So You Want to Visit the Mission Field. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
Spiritual Counterfeits Project. Spiritual Warfare. (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1974)
Stateside Salary Survey of Christian Organizations. Monrovia, CA: Missions Advanced Research and Communication Center, n.d.
Stott, John R.W. Fundamentalism and Evangelism. (London: Evangelical Alliance, 1956)
A Survey of Salaries and Allowances. 5th ed. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1957.
A Survey of Salaries and Allowances. 6th ed. New York: Missionary Research Library, 1960.
Taylor, Clyde W. Caution: 'Evangelical' Swindlers at Work. (N.d.)
______. Communism: Its Effect On Us. (Washington, DC: National Association of Evangelicals, 1970)
______. Crimes of Intolerance: The Slaughter of Protestants in Mexico. (Chicago: National Association of Evangelicals, 1952)
______. Ecumenical Strategy in Foreign Missions: The story of what goes on behind ecumenical words and phrases. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.) Reprinted from United Evangelical Action.
______. Ecumenics and World Missions. (Taipei, Taiwan: Taiwan Evangelical Fellowship, n.d.
______. Estrategia Ecumenica Nas Missoes Estrangeiras: A historica do que vislumbra por detras das palavras e frases ecumnicas. (Sao Luiz, Brazil: Livraria Editora Evangelica, n.d.) Portuguese translation of Taylor's Ecumenical Strategy in Foreign Missions.
______. Evangelicals Examine Ecumenicity. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.
______. The Fate of Protestants in Colombia. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, ca. 1957)
______. A Glimpse of World Missions. (Chicago: Moody Press, 1960)
______. La Estrategia Ecumenica e las Misiones Extranjeras: La historia del significado real en las palabras y frases ecumenicas. (Mexico: Publicaciones de la Fuente, n.d. Spanish translation of Taylor's Ecumenical Strategy in Foreign Missions.
______. Stategie OEcumnique et Missions Etrangeres: La signification reele des paroles et des slogans oecumeniques. (Washington, DC: National Association of Evangelicals, n.d.) French translation of Taylor's Ecumenical Strategy in Foreign Missions.
______. A World In Crisis: The Clyde Taylor Overseas Diary, 1965. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, 1965.)
Taylor, Clyde W. and Wade T. Coggins, editors. 1969 Retreat Report: 18th Annual Mission Executives Retreat. (Wheaton: Evangelical Missions Information Service, 1969)
TEAM. Be Attitudes for effective deputation. (Evangelical Missions Information Service, n.d.)
Tipp, Charles A. and Winter, Terry. The Christian Church in Canada. 1970. Prepared for the Canadian Congress on Evangelism.
Tomorrow's Church Today. (Wheaton: National Association of Evangelicals, 1968)
Trotman, Dawson E. Follow-Up or Conserving the Fruits of Evangelism. (Chicago: Christ for America, 1952)
______. Making Your Witness Count. (1953)
The truth about the PROTESTANT SITUATION IN SPAIN by an anonymous spanish Christian. (Wheaton: United Evangelical Action, ca. 1958)
Unreached Peoples: A Preliminary Compilation. Monrovia, CA: Missions Advanced Research and Communication Center, 1973.
Van der Puy, Abraham C. El Supremo Llamamiento de Dios. (Quito, Ecuador: La Biblia Dice, 1985) From folder 193-9.
Von Frellick, Gerri. You & Politics. (Denver: Von Frellick Associates, 1964) Presented to NAE's annual convention on March 5, 1964.
Vos, Johannes G. Christian Missions and the Civil Magestrate in the Far East. Clay Center, KS: J.G. Vos, 1940.
Walker, Louise Jeter. Faculty Training Program for Overseas Bible Schools. Springfield, MO: Assemblies of God, 1965.
Weaver, William B. and Bertsche, Harry E. Twenty-Five Years of Mission Work in Belgian Congo. Edited by C.E. Rediger. Chicago: The Congo Inland Mission, 1938. From folder 66-38.
Webster, Douglas. Survey of Training of the Ministry in the Middle East. New York: World Council of Churches, 1962.
Welch, Robert H.W. The Life of John Birch: In the Story of One American Boy, the Ordeal of His Age. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1954. From folder 69-31.
White, John. How to start A University Student Group. (Washington, DC: Evangelical Foreign Missions Association, n.d.)
William, Theodore. World Missions -- Building Bridges or Barriers. Bangalore, India: World Evangelical Fellowship, 1979.
Williams, Theodore, editor. World Missions - Building Bridges or Barriers. (Bangalore, India: World Evangelical Fellowship Missions Commission, 1980)
Wilson, Kenneth L. Angel At Her Shoulder: Lillian Dickson and Her Taiwan Mission. (New York: Christian Herald Paperback Library, 1964)
Witmer, S. A. Report on Preparation of Missionaries in Bible Institutes and Bible Colleges. Fort Wayne, IN: Accrediting Association of Bible Colleges, 1959.
World Council of Churches. Minutes of the Second Meeting of the Commission on World Mission and Evangelism. Mexico City, 1963.
World Evangelical Fellowship Missions Commission. The Bombay Consultation. (1977)
Wurmbrand, Richard. If that were Christ, would you him your blanket? (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1970)
Yamamoto, J. Isamu. The Mood Doctrine. (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1977)
Zodhiates, Spiros. What the Original Greek Text Says About Backsliding. New York: American Mission to the Greeks, no date.
. What the Original Greek Text Says About Confession, Part 1.
. What the Original Greek Text Says About Confession, Part 2. New York: American Mission to the Greeks, no date.
. What the Original Greek Text Says About Healing. New York: American Mission to the Greeks, no date.
Brotman, Manny. The Abundant Jewish Life. Washington, DC: The Messianic Movement International, 1974. From folder 72-2. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Burnet, M. Redeemed: The Story of Nihongi San. Northwood, Middlesex, Great Britain: The Glynn Vivian Miners' Mission, n.d. From folder 68-21. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Evangelical Theological Society (India). A Guide to Sharing the Good News (ten volume series). New Dehli: Evangelical Theological Society, 1977. From Folder 22-17. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Glynn Vivian Miners' Mission. Have You Heard? Six Policemen Arrested. Northwood, Middlesex, Great Britain: The Glynn Vivian Miners' Mission, n.d. From folder 68-21. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Glynn Vivian Miners' Mission. You Cannot Nationalise the Miners!: They Are Individuals and Need a Personal Savior. Northwood, Middlesex, Great Britain: The Glynn Vivian Miners' Mission, n.d. From folder 68-21. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Hawkins, W.E. What I Learned At My Father's Knee. Dallas: Radio Revival, 1954. From folder 64-28. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Hawkins, Mrs. W.E. Learning to Feed One's Self. Dallas: Radio Revival, n.d. From folder 64-28. Filed in the BGC Museum.
________. As the Twig is Bent: From a Mother to a Mother. Dallas: Radio Revival, n.d. From folder 64-28. Filed in the BGC Museum.
________. The Christian Home. Dallas: Bible Lovers League of America, Inc., 1952. From folder 64-28. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Innes, Dick. How To Be Sure You're a Real Christian. Adelaide, Australia: Youth For Christ, 1968. From folder 64-23. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Rosenthal, Marvin J. Abraham, Man of Faith. West Collingswood, NJ: The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc., 1976. From folder 68-15. Filed in the BGC Museum.
________. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. West Collingswood, NJ: The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc., n.d. From folder 68-15. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Rosenthal, Marvin J. A Jew Twice Born. West Collingswood, NJ: The Spearhead Press, n.d. From folder 68-15. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Levy, David M. How Can a Jewish Person Find Peace? Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, Inc., 1975. From folder 68-15. Filed in the BGC Museum.
MacArthur, Harry H. Why You Can't Rub Out the Jew. West Collingswood, NJ: The Spearhead Press, n.d. From folder 68-15. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Messianic Movement International, The. Have You Ever Heard of the Five Jewish Laws? Washington, DC: The Messianic Movement International, 1974. From folder 72-2. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Showers, Renald. Behold, The Bridegroom Comes! West Collingswood, NJ: The Spearhead
Press. From folder 68-15. Evangelistic tract. Filed in the BGC Museum.
Accession 80-99, 85-172, 88-123, 92-106
Type of material: Negatives
The following items are located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:
CUBA. Cuban pastor, Domingo Fernandez, who suspected he was marked for execution by his government. 4 frames, b&w; also see Photograph Location Record. From folder 102-5, attached to 1/15/62 press release.
EVANGELICAL FOREIGN MISSION ASSOCIATION. EFMA. Winona Lake Conference, 1967. Two negatives (mounted for reproduction on a single sheet) of group photos, including Clyde Taylor and Wade Coggins. 2 b&w. Also five 35 mm b&w strips of nineteen (19) images taken in 1978 of the EFMA office (and NAE and Commission on Chaplains of NAE) in Washington DC and staff (including Wade Coggins, Avery Kendall, and others); also includes shots of Coggins' wife Jane.
PERSECUTION - SPAIN. 35mm negatives, consisting of series of shots of government documents which record harassment of Protestants. 1953. 11 b&w. From folder 84-24.
TAYLOR, CLYDE W. Portrait and informal posed shots of Taylor. 6 b&w. There are
corresponding prints for each of these in the TAYLOR, CLYDE W. Photo File (see following
Accession 80-99, 85-172, 87-102, 88-123, 92-106
Type of Material: Oversize Materials
The following items are located in OVERSIZE FILE 15 unless otherwise noted:
Maps: Latin America Survey; 1958-1962 (OS 15)
Brazil. "The Brazilian Episcopal Church." Full color, 20.75" x 27.75". From folder 15-8.
British Guiana. Full color, 16" x 16.75". From folder 15-9.
Carribean. "The Anglican Communion in the Caribbean Area" by Louise Jefferson. Full color, 22" x 33". From folder 15-25.
Chile. Full color, in 6 numbered sections, 11" x 13", 10.5" x 13.75", 12.75" x 13.75", 12.5" x 17.25", 11" x 11.5", 10" x 13.5". From folder 15-11.
Colombia. "TEAM Colombia." Hand drawn, 19.5" x 27.5". From folder 15-12.
Cuba. "The Episcopal Church in Cuba." Full color, 21.5" x 33.5". From folder 15-14.
Dominican Republic & Haiti. "The Episcopal Church in Haiti and the Dominican Republic." Full color, 20.75" x 32.75". From folder 15-20.
Dominican Republic & Haiti. "Texaco Mapa Turistico de la Republica Dominicana/Texaco Carte Touriste de Haiti" Texaco road map. Full color, 14" x 21". From folder 15-15.
El Salvador. "La Republica de El Salvador" Esso road map, 1960. Full color, 16.75" 24". From folder 15-17.
Guatemala. "Our [Primitive Methodist] Field in Guatemala". Hand drawn,
25" x 27". From folder 15-19.
Haiti & Dominican Republic. "The Episcopal Church in Haiti and the Dominican Republic." Full color, 20.75" x 32.75". From folder 15-20.
Haiti & Dominican Republic. "Texaco Mapa Turistico de la Republica Dominicana/Texaco Carte Touriste de Haiti" Texaco road map. Full color, 14" x 21". From folder 15-15.
Jamaica. "West and East Jamaica Conferences of Seventh Day Adventists." Hand drawn, 22" x 38". From folder 15-22.
Mexico. "The Episcopal Church in Mexico." Full color, 19.75" x 27.5". From folder 15-24.
Mexico. (Mexican Indian Mission--East Central Mexico). Hand drawn,
18" x 21.25". From folder 15-24.
Panama Canal Zone. "[Episcopal] Missionary District of the Panama Canal Zone." Full color map, 21.25" x 32". From folder 15-27.
Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands. "The [Episcopal] Church in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands." Full color, 21.5" 33.5". From folder 15-31.
Venezuela. 1961. Duplicate copy of map, 11.75" x 17.25". From folder 4-23.
Venezuela. 1961. Duplicate copy of map, 19.5"x 23.75". From folder 4-23.
Virgin Islands & Puerto Rico. "The [Episcopal] Church in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands." Full color, 21.5" 33.5". From folder 15-31.
Maps: Miscellaneous; 1950, 1969, 1970, 1982, n.d.
People's Republic of China. "People Groups of Mainland China." Full color map, 26.75" x 35.5", with focus on group characteristics. 1982. From folder 51-13.
Colombia. Two full color Esso road maps, 23" x 33.5". One map is annotated to identify Roman Catholic mission territories. N.d. From folder 86-4.
Colombia. Full color map. Identifies Catholic administrative oversight of the country at various levels (archdioceses, dioceses, etc.), 23" x 31.5". 1950. From folder 84-23.
Colombia. Hand drawn map, pencil, 11" x 16.75". N.d. From folder 84-23.
Japan. Map detailing church, 31" x 43". Insert removed from an issue of Japan Harvest, 1969. From folder 105-7.
Middle East. "Middle East Crisis Area." Full color map, 21"x 29", including event chronology from 1882. From folder 68-15. 1970?
POSTER (PC 29, 3rd floor). N.d. Four full-color posters in set on themes of evangelism, worship and stewardship, 28" x 16", and full-color poster on missions, 17" x 22", from folder 79-31. (Previously Accession 1989.0268 in the BGC Museum collection.)
POSTER TRACT (PC 29, 3rd floor). 1957. Anti-communism poster tract, "Will You Be Free to Celebrate Christmas In the Future?", 22.25" x 29", all text, from folder 66-2. (Previously Accession 1989.0269 in the BGC Museum collection.)
POSTER (PC 29, 3rd floor). 1962. Poster titled "Los Derechos del Hombre" (The Rights of Men), outlining program for teaching children principles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; printed on two sides, 13.5" x 19". From folder 86-9, attached to letter of 10/29/1962. (Previously Accession 1989.0270 in the BGC Museum collection.)
POSTER (PC 29, 3rd floor). 1960? Poster, "Pro Libertad de Conciencia" (For Liberty of Conscience), a reproduced telegram advocating freedom of religion and separation of church and state in Colombia, from folder 86-7, 27.25" x 39". (Previously Accession 1989.0271 in the BGC Museum collection.)
POSTER (PC29, 3rd floor). "Truth Funnies - 'Comparative Religions in a Nutshell.'" Full color Jesus People-style
poster measuring 10" x 14.5" emphasizing the uniqueness of Jesus Christ in contrast to Hinduism,
Buddhism, and Islam. Produced by Spiritual Counterfeits Project. Ca. 1978. From folder
Accession 80-99, 87-30, 88-5, 88-118, 88-123
Type of Material: Periodicals
The following items are located in the BGC LIBRARY unless otherwise noted:
Missionary News Service. Complete series, 1954-1961, two bound volumes.
NRB Convention News. Convention newspapers: 2/7-10/82, 1/29-30/84, and 2/3-6/85. From folders 52-6, 60-3, and 93-3. Filed in Box 99.
Pueblo Protestante. September 1977, November 1977, October 1978, January 1979.
Reap. Fall/Winter, 1965. From folder 105-5. Focused on missions in Japan.
Accession 80-99, 83-84, 85-172, 87-102, 88-123, 92-106, 94-42
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:
AFRICA EVANGELICAL CONFERENCE, NAIROBI, JAN. 29-FEB. 7, 1966. Shots of speakers, participants and conference sessions, including a group shot, Ken Downing, David Olatayo (general secretary of ECWA or Evangelical Fellowship of Churches of West Africa), Clyde Taylor, Jacques Blocher, Louis King, Harold Fuller, Andrew Gichua (AIC or Africa Inland Church president), Howard Jones, Ralph Bell, and Jimmie McDonald. 11 b&w.
ALL-INDIA CONGRESS ON MISSION AND EVANGELIZATION, 1977. Group photo, 1 b&w. From folder 23-1.
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. Group shots of the annual ABS advisory council meetings in 1957 and 1960. (Taylor appears in both groups.) 2 b&w.
ANDERSON, JOHN B. Publicity portrait shot, ca. 1970s, of Anderson used for a 1976 NAE meeting brochure. 1 b&w.
ARANA, ARTURO. 1 b&w.
ARMSTRONG, BENJAMIN. Publicity portrait shot, ca. 1970s, of Armstrong used for a 1976 NAE meeting brochure. 1 b&w.
ASIA MISSIONS ASSOCIATION INAUGURAL CONVENTION, KOREA, AUG. 28-SEPT. 1, 1975. Shots of the convention site, speakers (including Coggins), sessions, and participants (including Wil Norton). 7 b&w.
ASSOCIATION OF EVANGELICALS OF AFRICA AND MADAGASCAR. AEAM General Assembly, 1977. Participants and sessions. 3 b&w. From folder 24-7.
BEYERHAUS, PETER. 1 b&w.
BLOCHER, HENRI. 1 b&w.
BONKER, DON. Publicity portrait shot, ca. 1970s, of Bonker used for a 1976 NAE meeting brochure. 1 b&w. Also includes brochure from conference.
BOWKER, ADDA S. Portrait of Bowker, president of Universal Travel Service. 1 b&w.
BROGER, JOHN C. Candid and portrait shots. N.d. 3 b&w.
CHIBA, JAPAN. Chiba School, Chiba, Japan. 1 b&w.
COGGINS, WADE. Coggins in his office, at meetings (including with IFMA director Jack Frizen and Vergil Gerber), and portraits. 1958-1985. 8 b&w, 2 color.
CONFERENCE ON EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP AND ECUMENICITY, MACHAKOS, KENYA, FEB. 16-18, 1962. Group shots, sessions, and candids, including Clyde Taylor, Bob Harrison, Howard Jones, and Jimmie McDonald. 9 b&w.
(THIRD) CONGRESO DE COMUNICACIONES EVANGELICAS, HUAMPANI, PERU, 1967. Candids of meetings between several of the participants including Coggins, Eugene Berterman, Vergil Gerber, (?) Remington, and others. 5 b&w.
CONGRESO LATINOAMERICANO DE EVANGELIZCION II, 1979. CLADE II. Small group discussion, large group, and rally at 1979 conference in Lima, Peru. 3 b&w. From folder 38-1.
CONGRESS ON THE CHURCH'S WORLDWIDE MISSION, WHEATON, 1966. Two shots of large group meetings during the congress. 2 color.
CONSULTA LATINA AMERICANA SOBRE EVANGELISMO, HUAMPANI, PERU, 1962. Group photo of the participants. 1 b&w.
CUBA. Cuban pastor, Domingo Fernandez, who suspected he was marked for execution by his government. 2 b&w; also see Negative Location Record. From folder 102-5, attached to 1/15/62 press release.
DURANT, FRANCISCO. 1 b&w.
ECUADOR. Unidentified priest with children in Ecuador. 2 b&w. From folder 102-10, attached to 4/3/59 letter.
ESCOBAR, SAMUEL. 1 b&w.
EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP OF MISSION AGENCIES. Shots of staff (including Taylor and Coggins, Avery Kendall, NAE director Billy Melvin), office, EFMA events like conferences (1967 and 1974 Fall Retreats), the EFMA Board (1967), and an EFMA conference display; included are two group photos on a single sheet of the 1967 Retreat at Winona Lake). 1953-1978. 37 b&w. 4 color.
EVANGELICAL SCHOOL, COLOMBIA. Evangelical School: Colorado, Bolivar, Colombia. destroyed April 3, 1965. 3 b&w.
EXPLO' 72. View of Explo stadium. 1 b&w.
FAUNTROY, WALTER E. Publicity portrait shot, ca. 1970s, of Fauntroy used for a 1976 NAE meeting brochure. 1 b&w.
GILL, DONALD H. Gill at his desk at the NAE office in Washington DC. 1958. 3 b&w.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. - 1960s. Graham at the podium during an unidentified Urbana Student Missionary Convention. 1 b&w.
GRAHAM, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. - 1970s. Graham at a social event in 1977. 1 color.
GREECE. Unidentified Bible conference & pastors conference, 1962. 1 b&w.
GREEN, MICHAEL. 1 b&w.
HALVERSON, RICHARD. Publicity portrait shot, ca. 1970s, of Halverson used for a 1976 NAE meeting brochure. 1 b&w.
HUMBARD, REX. Humbard, Rex, Aimee Maude Humbard and family. 4 b&w. From folder 41-3.
INDIA. One of a gathering of Indians (from folder 68-43) and three prints featuring twelve images each of general and ministry scenes in India, including a baptism, a Bible class led by missionaries, prayer meeting, worship, education, medical work, etc. Also included is a list of captions which correspond to the photos. Photos are credited to the Religious News Service. 4 b&w.
INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: URBANA CONVENTION, 1979. Billy Graham, plenary session in Colliseum and mission booths in Armory of the University of Illinois, Champaign- Urbana campus. 3 b&w. From folder 38-7.
INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: URBANA CONVENTION, 1984. Plenary session in Colliseum of the University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana campus, and group photo of speakers. 2 b&w. From folder 63-5. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, USA: Urbana Conventions.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR ITINERANT EVANGELISTS, 1983. Billy Graham speaking at Amsterdam '83. 1 b&w. From folder 57-3.
KIRBY, GILBERT. Kirby preaching at the Evangelical Alliance convention, 1965. 1 b&w.
KOREAN FOREIGN MISSION ASSOCIATION. Seoul '73. Group photo of planning committee meeting. N.d. 1 b&w. From folder 70-1.
LATIN AMERICA MISSION. Office meeting including LAM administrators Mike Berg and George Mauger, along with Juan Rojas and Les Thompson of Logoi, and Ralph Gates of Moody, ca. 1970s. 1 b&w.
LAUSANNE COMMITTEE FOR WORLD EVANGELIZAITON. LCWE board meeting, Stuttgart, Germany, 1984. 1 b&w. From folder 62-1.
LORES, RUBEN. 1 b&w.
MCGAVRAN, DONALD. Three shots during a 1965 church growth seminar in Winona Lake. Also featured in one shot are George Peters, John Seamand, Vergil Gerber and Jack Frizen. 4 b&w.
MEXICAN INDIAN MISSION. Student and staff groups. 6 b&w.
MISSION AVIATION FELLOWSHIP. Case-history composite, 1969. 1 b&w.
MOONEYHAM, STANLEY. Publicity photo, n.d. 1 b&w.
MOORHEAD, CARLOS J. Publicity portrait shot, ca. 1970s, of Moorhead used for a 1976 NAE meeting brochure. 1 b&w.
NIXON, RICHARD MILHOUS. President Nixon meeting Vietnamese woman, World Relief director Everett Graffam, and Clyde Taylor. Ca. 1970. 1 b&w.
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. Missionaries in ceremony before departure, Oakland Public Auditorium, 1946. 2 b&w.
OCKENGA, HAROLD JOHN. Ockenga speaking at a podium, 1967; Clyde Taylor is in the background. 1 b&w.
PADILLA, RENE. 1 b&w.
PERSECUTION - BOLIVIA. Portrait shots of murdered missionary and Bolivian pastor, their funeral procession, and the area in which and the stones with which they were killed. 1949, 7 b&w. From folder 100-11.
PERSECUTION - COLOMBIA. Shots of church buildings, congregations and individuals in Colombia. The images depict damaged or destroyed church buildings and Bibles, and people who were threatened, jailed, injured or killed. The photos served as documentation of charges that Protestants in Columbia were being harassed and persecuted by the country's Roman Catholic majority. Also included are several shots of a 1959 evangelistic meeting which featured Hyman Appelman. 1950-1962, n.d. 71 b&w. From folders 84-20, 84-21, 84-22, 84-23, 85-1, 85-3, 85-4, 86-1, 86-4, 86-9, 86-10, 87-12, 88-1.
PERSECUTION - SPAIN. Series of shots of government documents recording official charges and assessed fines against Protestants, and the written testimony of a Baptist pastor about the inequitable treatment given Protestants in burial arrangements. 1953. 11 b&w. From folder 84-24.
PIATT, DAN. Portrait photo (from folder 67-38). 1 b&w.
QUICHE BIBLE INSTITUTE. Maya Church Growth Seminar, 1969. 4 b&w.
REAGAN, RONALD. Photo of Reagan receiving a certificate and medal from the International Supreme Council of the Order of De Molay, 1969. Photo is inscribed to Clyde Taylor from "Gigs, " who appears to be standing beside Reagan in the photo. 1 b&w.
SCHWARZ, FRED. Publicity photo, n.d. 1 b&w.
(SECOND) II CONFERENCE EVAGELICA LATINOAMERICANA, 1961. Lima, Peru, 1961, delegates. 1 b&w.
SPAIN. Shots of congregation in sanctuary, church building, and group photo at time of baptismal service. N.d. 3 b&w. From folders 84-23 and 86-4 & 10.
TAIWAN. Commercially produced shots of Taipei, a industry education, agriculture, religion, military, culture and business; include prepared descriptions of each photo. 14 b&w. Ca. 1955. From folder 108-1.
TAYLOR, CLYDE. Portrait and candid shots of Taylor individually, in groups, at events like his 1974 farewell banquet at the IFMA/EFMA Mission Executives Retreat, performing duties on behalf of NAE or EFMA at conferences (like an unidentified church missions conference where he represented NAE), conventions and other meetings, or during tours such as his 1957 trip with Air Force Chief of Chaplains Charles Carpenter. Also included is the bulletin from Taylor's funeral which features a photograph on the cover. Among those appearing with Taylor are James De Forest Murch, Congressman John Anderson, Youth for Christ's Roy McKeown, Vincent Brushwyler, George L. Ford, Harold John Ockenga, Eugene Berterman, 1947-1974, n.d. One shot is of a meeting of church leaders in Bouake, Ivory Coast in March 1962. Also two group (from folder 107-11) including Clyde Taylor and Evangelical Peruvians, taken in Lima, Peru during his 1952 South America tour. 57 b&w.
WILSON, GRADY. Publicity or passport photo of Wilson, n.d. 1 b&w.
WINTER, RALPH. 1 b&w.
WORD OF LIFE. Youth Quest speakers. 1 b&w composite photo, including Anita Bryant, Jerry Falwell, and Jack Wyrtzen. 1978. From folder 82-23.
WORLD EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP. Two group shots from WEF's organizing convention in the Netherlands in August 1951. Shots (from folder 34-22) from 1980 European Evangelical Communications Conference, 10/20-23/79 (among the individuals depicted are Abe Van der Puy, Gordon Landreth, Horst Marquardt, Ben Armstrong, Vergil Gerber, Eugene Bertermann, John Richards, and David Cho.). Shots from WEF's 1962 conference in Hong Kong in which Taylor was included. 6 b&w.
WORLD RELIEF COMMISSION. Scenes of aid, 1974. Shots (from folder 27-1) of WRC
"Under Five Clinic" in Bangladesh, a well and village irrigation project in India, food and clothing
distribution in India, and village reconstruction in India. N.d. 4 b&w sheets, comprised of 3-7
shots each. Shots from a 1972 tour (in which Wade Coggins participated) of Asian countries
(India, South Korea, Vietnam) sponsored by World Relief; shots include events, group shots and
sights. Included are photocopied sheets of The Presbyterian Journal featuring a cover photo
from a meeting of tour members with the Vietnamese president's wife, and a list of tour
participants. 43 b&w.
Accession: 97-23, 97-35, 98-15
Type of material: Videotape
The following items are located in the VIDEOTAPE FILE:
V1 - Color, VHS, 9 minutes. "Overview Multi-Image Show." EFMA promotional video consisting narration and still photographs. Features shots of missionaries in Irian Jaya, Italy and Kenya. Provides brief overview of EFMA purpose ("to help missionaries do their job"), services (visas and retreats), and projects (CAMEO, church growth seminars, cooperation with Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association or IFMA, joint conferences). Ca. mid-1980s.
V2 - Color, VHS, 17 minutes. "New Stories from Old Siberia," a three-part news feature by Atlanta's WSB-TV (Channel 2) on a visit to Karagada, Kazakhstan, by representatives of the Mission Society for United Methodists, ca. 1993, following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Part 1 (6:00 minutes) focuses on medical facilities and services provided by missionaries ; Part 2 (5:30 minutes) addresses economic conditions and services provided by missionaries; Part 3 (5:30 minutes looks at the shift from atheism to Christianity. Featured are comments by Society executives, missionaries from Georgia, guests on the tour, and indigenous professionals and Christians. Footage includes street scenes, hospitals, baptisms, a business training center, an English language school, and local black market. Ca. 1993.
V3 - Color, VHS, 60 minutes. Accomplishing God's Purposes: Effective Service as a CEO or Board Member for a Christian Organization." Training video featuring panel discussion with John Bass, Jack Robinson, Jack Frizen, Jim Powell and Ray Dorsett, addressing topics including the importance of a mission statement, qualifications and job description for leadership, recruiting, orientation and training, job performance evaluation, effective board operation, and complying with governmental requirements. N.d.
V4 - Color, VHS, 8:30 minutes. A Middle East Media promotional and fund-raising video for SAT 7, a lineup of satellite television programs directed at a Muslim audience in the Middle East. The production emphasizes the accessibility of and need for satellite TV to Middle East audiences, and features MEM's international director, a British MP, and an Arab broadcaster. 1995; released in an American version in 1996.
V5 - Color, VHS, 52 minutes. George Verwer at Urbana '96. Verwer's presentations at Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship's 1996 Urbana Student Missionary Convention: "You Are My Witnesses" (25 minutes) and "A Call For Decision and Action" (27 minutes). Video produced by OM. 1996.
V6 - Color, VHS, 28 minutes. OM World Report 13. Video report to OM supporters and friends, highlighting activities and developments in the Netherlands (especially outreach among Turkish immigrants), Norway, and Austria. Also described are two OM training programs, the annual congress Love Europe held in Hungary in 1996 and Teen Street. The video underscores OM's contribution to development of evangelistic energy, leadership development, and strengthening local congregations. 1996.
V7 - Color, VHS, 27 minutes. OM World Report 14. Video report to OM supporters and friends, highlighting activities and developments on OM's ship Logos II, including its visits to Denmark and Estonia, OM's ministry in Canada (especially outreach to Hindu immigrants from India), and South Africa, and its newly established program in Mozambique. Features comments by OM leaders including Dale Rhoton and a missionary pastor in Estonia. The video underscores OM's contribution to development of evangelistic energy, leadership development, and strengthening local congregations. 1996.
V8 - Color, VHS, 11 minutes. East European Magazine Training Institute promotional video, outlining its goals and training program to strengthen Christian magazines being published in Eastern Europe, especially in view of the social and economic upheaval in Eastern Europe following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the democratization of the countries in the region, and the growing spiritual interest. Features comments by Institute director Sharon Mumper. 1994.
V9 - Color, VHS, 82 minutes. 'Til the Whole World Knows...Jesus. Consists primarily of a 50-minute musical presentation by the choir and musicians of an Assemblies of God congregation in Ft. Worth, Texas, interspersed with video footage and comments from several speakers about AOG's mission effort and the importance of world evangelization. The 50-minute production is followed by four short segments on AOG work and plans in Africa, Asia-Pacific region, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Eurasia, titled 'Til Africa Knows...Jesus, 'Til Asia-Pacific Knows...Jesus, 'Til Latin America Knows...Jesus, and 'Til Eurasia Knows...Jesus. The purpose of the production is to encourage and stimulate participation in and prayer for world evangelization and was used to highlight the 1990-1991 missions convention theme. Includes footage from throughout the world, a message by Rev. Loren Triplett, AOG's director of Division of Foreign Missions, and historical still photographs and film footage depicting AOG's activities throughout the world. Produced by the Communications Division of the Assemblies of God. 1990.
V10 - Color, VHS, 10 minutes. The World Within Reach. Promotional video on MAF's Information Technology program, also called MAF Link, consisting of Internet and e-mail services for missionaries throughout the world. Footage includes comments by Paul Lay and Dennis Fulton, MAF staff responsible for the program, Max Meyer, MAF's director, and Sandy Lay, director of MAF's Outreach Ministries. Ca. 1996.
V11 - Color, VHS, 10:30 minutes. Have You Seen the New China? Promotional video featuring Werner Burklin Ministries' pastoral training schools in China in the early 1990s. Included are comments by Burklin, his son Erik Burklin who is WBM's director of operations, and footage from schools that the two led in China. Produced by Werner Burklin Ministries. Ca. 1994.
V12 - Color, VHS, 23 minutes. U.S. Life 101: A Re-entry Guide for Mks Returning to the United States. Instructional or resource video of children of missionaries preparing to return to the United States to attend college. Narrated by a college-graduated MK, the production prepares students to enter the American college environment by giving advice about money, automobiles, laundry, jobs, shopping, medical care, telephones and college financial aid. 1993.
V13 - Color, VHS, 30:15 minutes. Baptists Around the World. Promotional and instructional video outlining the history of Baptists, their core beliefs, the impact of Baptist mission efforts, and future challenges to the spread of the gospel. Features Baptist historians, church leaders, clergy and laity from throughout the world. Produced by the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. 1993.
V14 - Color, VHS, 7:15 minutes. Our Children, Our Future. Feed the Children 1996 promotional video featuring footage and founder Larry Jones on the organization's domestic and international programs to provide medical care, emergency and disaster relief, child sponsorship. 1996.
V15 - Color, VHS, 28:30 minutes. Children of the Promise. Fund-raising special to support Feed the Children's child sponsorship program. The video highlights the program and children at the Dagoretti Children's Centre near Nairobi in Kenya, features founder Larry Jones with several children at the center. Ca. 1996.
V16 - Color, VHS, 29 minutes. The Russian Story: Chapter Two. Historical and promotional
account of the series of tours to Moscow and impact of Bill Gothard's Institute of Basic
Life Principles and Advanced Training Institute of America. Includes footage of Gothard,
Russian federal and local officials, program participants, and activities during the tours.
Produced by the Institute of Basic Life Principles. 1992.
|NOTE: The following list only describes the contents at the box level. However, folder title descriptions were provided for the first 110 boxes when the collection was initially processed in 1981 and later expanded in 1988. The folder list for material added in 2000 is only described at the box level beginning in box 111. For the complete folder list for boxes 1 through 110, please continue after this abbreviated list.||Box||Folders||Description||I. Correspondence||A. Annual correspondence subseries||1||32||1944-1948: Advisory Committee - Voice of China||1948-1949:||1||18||Commission on Evangelical Missionary Literature - NAE||2||18||Protestants and Other Americans United - World Missionary Aviation Council||2||22||1950-1951: Assembly of God - World Radio Missionary Fellowship||2||29||1951-1952: Commission on Missions - Universal Travel Service||3||26||1952-1956: Audit - New releases||3||11||1957-1958: Christian World Facts - Mission Executives Retreat||4||11||1958-1960: Conference on Islamics - NAE policy||4||20||1960-1961: Board of Directors - WEF||5||20||1962-1963: Church Growth Seminar - United Brethren in Christ||1963-1964:||5||9||Africa Committee - Coggins||6||11||Evangelical Committee for Africa - WEF||1965-1968:||6||26||Africa Committee - Mission Executives Retreat||7||14||Mission Executives Retreat - WCC||111||2||Audit, Accounts receivable||7||17||1969:||7||17||Africa Committee - Strategy to Reach a Nation||111||5||Special orders||1970:||8||18||Africa Committee - Personnel & Student Affairs Committee||19||2||IFMA: Study papers re cooperation & mergers, MARC||8||12||1971: AEAM - Organization Resources Counselors||1972:||8||11||American Leposy Missions - Churches I-Z||9||17||ECLA - Worldwide Christian Education Ministries||1973:||9||27||AEAM General Assembly - Free Methodist Church||10||20||Gigliotti - Union Church of San Salvador||1974:||10||22||Baker - ORC (folder 10-22 restricted)||11||9||ORC - Worldwide Christian Education Ministries||1975:||11||25||Asian Briefing - Mission Executives Retreat||12||6||Missions Seminars in Local Churches - WEF||91||2||WEF||1976:||12||41||Assemblies of God - Islamics Committee (folder 12-7 restricted)||13||25||Latin America Committee - Youth for Christ International||111||2||Tell Asia seminar, ORC Seminar on Expatriate Cost of Living||1977:||20||10||Committees: CAMEO - Personnel||Organizations||111||1||ACMC: Missions Policy Handbook||20||13||American Leprosy Missions - Christian Literature Crusade||21||38||Christian and Missionary Alliance - WEC||91||1||World Relief||21||13||General Correspondence: B-W||22||16||Administration: Board of Directors - Baker, Miscellaneous||Meetings||22||1||January||97||3||January, August||23||10||January-March||24||11||April-September||25||10||September-October||26||8||October-December||27||3||December, WRC Board - Wade Coggins speaking declined||1978:||27||11||Committees: Africa - Personnel||Organizations||27||2||American Advent Mission Society, Assemblies of God||28||26||Assemblies of God - Free Will Baptist Foreign Missions||97||1||Evangelical Fellowship of India||29||34||Friends - Youth for Christ International, Miscellaneous||Administration||29||1||Board of Directors||30||10||Cummings - Universal Travel Service||Meetings||30||3||January-February||31||12||February-September||32||7||September-November||97||2||October-November||33||4||November-December, Speaking Invitations: Declined||1979:||33||9||Committees: Africa - Personnel||Organizations||33||15||American Advent Mission Society - Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability||34||35||Evangelical Missions Quarterly - WEC, Miscellaneous||112||2||ORC: Notebook, Survey of Income and Expenditure Patterns of Religious and Educational Workers||35||8||Administration: Board of Directors - Organization Resources Counselors||Meetings||35||4||January-March||36||11||March-September||37||7||September - November||38||9||October-December||1980:||Committees||38||3||Asia Committee - China Committee||39||5||EMIS - Personnel Committee||Organizations||39||37||Advent Christian - World Evangelical Fellowship||40||1||World Gospel Mission||40||11||Administration: Board of Directors - EFMA correspondence||Meetings||40||2||January||41||11||January-March||97||2||March, September||42||1||April-September||43||12||September-October||44||9||October-December||1981:||Committees||44||3||Africa Committee - Evangelical China Office||45||5||Evangelical Missions Information Service - Personnel Committee||Organizations||45||11||Assemblies of God - WEF: Missions Commission||46||7||World Relief, Mission agencies, Miscellaneous A-L||47||3||Miscellaneous M - Z, Organizations A-Z||Administration||47||10||Board of Directors - ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Change||48||2||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) - Warren Webster||Meetings||48||9||January-April||49||11||April-August||97||1||June, September||50||11||August-October||51||10||November-December, canceled||1982:||51||10||Committees: Africa - NEGST/CCC (folder 51-20 restricted)||Organizations||51||4||ACMC - WEF||52||2||WEF - World Relief||112||2||ORC manual: Missionary Compensation: A Balance Sheet Approach||52||3||Administration: Board of Directors - Organization Resources Counselors||Meetings||91||1||January||52||6||February-June||99||1||February||53||1||June||54||10||June-December||55||1||December||1983:||55||7||Committees: Africa - Personnel||Organizations||55||5||ACMC - World Relief||97||1||WEF||55||6||Administration: Board of Directors - World Vision||Meetings||55||1||January||56||15||January-June||57||15||June-December||97||1||July||58||1||December||1984:||58||8||Committees: Africa - Personnel||Organizations||58||14||Antioch Mission (Brazil) - Overseas Ministries Study Center||59||10||WEF - Miscellaneous||Administration||59||6||Gordon Aeschliman - Miscellaneous A - L||60||1||Miscellaneous M - Z||112||1||Dues & assessments||Meetings||60||9||December '84 - February||99||1||January||61||13||March-August||62||5||September-November||63||6||November-December, Miscellaneous||1985:||90||6||Committees: Africa - Personnel||Organizations||90||9||ACMC - WEF||91||9||WEF - World Relief, Missions A-M||92||1||Missions N-Z||Administration||92||9||Board of Directors - Miscellaneous A-M||93||1||Miscellaneous N-Z||112||1||1985 EFMA Stats||Meetings||93||13||January-April||99||1||February||94||10||April-May||95||12||May-November||96||5||November-December||1986:||Committees||112||7||Africa - Latin America||113||3||Missionary News Service - Personnel||113||8||Organizations: African Fellowship Ministries - WEF||Administration||113||5||Board of Directors - 1986 Stats||114||5||Missionary Compensation Survey - Tax Instructions, Miscellaneous A-Z||Meetings||114||6||January-March||115||11||March-May||116||15||May-September||117||16||September-December||118||1||December||222||2||December||1987:||118||9||Committees: Africa-Personnel||Administration||118||3||Board of Directors - Mailings||119||3||Mailings - Tax instructions||Organizations||119||8||Evangelical Missionary Alliance - WEF, A-L||120||9||A-Z, Miscellaneous||Meetings||120||1||January||121||16||January-April||122||13||April-September||123||6||September||124||11||September-October||125||12||October-November||126||5||November-December||1988:||126||2||Accounting - ACMC||127||19||ACMC - COMIBAM||128||10||Convention - EFMA Board of Directors||129||12||EFMA Board - Evangelical Joint Accounting Committee||130||9||General correspondence - LITT-WORLD '88||131||12||Logos - Nominating Committee||132||17||NRB Convention - Retreat evaluation||133||11||Retreat strategy survey - WEF board meeting||134||8||WEF Missions Commission - World Mission Associates||1989:||135||9||Committees: Africa - Personnel||135||1||Organizations: WEF||Administration||135||3||Correspondence A-Z||136||10||Bicycle mileage - Statistics||137||9||Tax forms - Visa correspondence||Meetings||137||4||January||138||16||January-April||139||8||May-July||140||9||July-September||141||10||September-October||142||7||November-December||1990:||142||6||Committees: Africa-ORC||142||5||Organizations||142||5||WEF [Miscellaneous found unfoldered]||143||6||[Miscellaneous found unfoldered]||Administration||143||3||Board of directors - Coggins retirement||144||6||Dues & assessments - Statistical charts, EFMA/IFMA merger, Coggins reference files on OMS and World Gospel Mission||Meetings||144||1||January||145||16||January-April||146||21||May-September||147||15||September-December||1991-1995:||147||6R||Committees: Africa-ORC||148||13R||Organizations: Adopt-a-People Clearinghouse - Reformed Theological Seminary||Administration||148||3R||Administrative notebooks||149||7R||Administrative notebooks - 1992 certification of audits||150||7R||1992 certification of audits - Calendars||151||9R||Candidate mission appointments - Paul McKaughan's||152||5R||Peter Beck's correspondence||General correspondence||152||3R||A-Americans With Disabilities Act||153||8R||B-D||154||8R||E-IFMA||155||14R||Insurance-R||156||8R||S-Wycliffe||156||5R||Delphi - Dues & Assessments (1993) paid||157||6R||Dues & Assessments (1993) paid - Exhibit info||158||7R||Fellowship of Prayer newsletter - Frequent Flyer Miles||Geographic areas:||158||3R||Africa-Brazil||159||11R||China-Zaire||159||5R||Imperative fax [fall retreats] - Master memos ||160||11R||Master memos  - Retirement survey||161||9R||SAFE [Security Assessment, Forecasting and Education] applications - Strategic planning survey||162||7R||Strategic planning survey - Surveys: ||163||6R||Surveys:  - Surveys ||164||7R||Survey for MARC - Surveys ||165||7R||Surveys  - Urbana '93||166||5R||Urbana '93 - Visas||Meetings||166||3R||1991 Convention||167||21R||1991 Convention - 1991 Fall Retreat||168||24R||1991 January-December, 1992 Convention||169||26R||1992 Convention - 1992 Fall Retreat||170||9R||1992 Fall Retreat, 1992 March-May||171||19R||1992 May-October||172||16R||1992 October-December, 1993Convention, 1993 Fall Retreat||173||9R||1993 Fall Retreat||174||25R||1993 Fall Retreat, 1993 March||175||13R||1993 June-December, 1994 Tax Seminar, 1994 Convention||176||8R||1994 Fall Retreat||177||5R||1994 Fall Retreat - 1995 Fall Retreat||IB. General correspondence subseries||188||8||Accountability - AERDO||189||12||Africa Committee - Bangui Evangelical School of Theology||222||2||Africa Committee - Asia Committee||190||6||Barrett, David - Billy Graham Center Archives||222||1||Bible translations (cooperative)||223||13||Biographical sketches - Church growth||224||5||Church growth - Closed countries||222||1||Christian education in Africa||Coggins||224||4||Articles & speeches||222||1||Article||191||9||Articles & speeches - Reference: ELO||192||7||Reference: Lausanne Committee-WEF, Trips||193||7||Trips||193||7||Colombia - Costa Rica||194||8||Country reports given at 1964 retreat - Doctorian, Samuel||195||9||El Salvador - EFMA annual statistics on missionaries||196||10||EFMA annual statistics on missionaries - Foundations list||197||21||EFMA founding - EFMA Purchasing Office||198||13||EFMA Purchasing Dept. - Ethiopia||199||8||Evangelical Fellowship of India - Five Missionary Martyrs Fund||200||13||Frankfurt Declaration - Immigration Info US||225||10||[WEF's] International Missions Commission study documents - Japan||201||14||Jerusalem-Missions Study Conference||202||13||Nazarene-Mexican Indian Mission Comity - Parental Preparation of MKs||203||13||Personnel & Student Affairs Committee - Retirement||204||15||Review Task Force - Social Security||205||9||Social Security - Statement on Cooperation||206||12||Student Affairs - Taxes||207||12||Taxes - Taylor||208||12||Tell Asia - Venezuela||209||7||Vietnam - World Hunger||223||224||225||II. Five Missionary Martyrs Fund||13||13R||Correspondence; 1956-1972 (folders 13-26 through 38 restricted)||14||1||Receipts; 1956-1960||III. Latin American Survey||Correspondence||15||4||Correspondence; 1958-1959 - Notes & Summaries||15||36||Argentina-Windward Islands||OS 15||Maps: Latin America Survey; 1958-1962||IV. Meetings Files||16||16||Africa-wide Christian Communications Congress (1971) - Missions Leadership Seminar (1978)||17||11||Operating Income & Expense - World Conference on Missionary Radio (1955)||19||2||American Society of Missiology (1970), National Negro Evangelical Association (1974)||V. Publications||17||2||CEDEC Bulletins; 1951-1962||Mission Executives' Retreat Report||18||4||1955-1966||19||3||1967-1977||VI. Reference Files||1937-1987||63||21||Accelerated Christian Education - American Indian Crusade||64||32||American Lutheran Church - Black Evangelistic Enterprise||65||41||Arthur Blessitt - Christian Communications Council||97||1||Christian Communications Council||66||39||Christian Dental Society - Congo Protestant Relief Agency||67||38||Construction Workers Christian Fellowship - FAST International (Association for the Final Advance of Scripture Translation)||68||44||Federation of Evangelical Churches of India - INFO Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Inter-mission News...Far-Reaching Opportunities)||97||14||Free University of Congo; 1967||69||33||Institute for Advanced Christian Studies (The) - Daniel Kompaore (Upper Volta); 1963-1964||70||43||Korea Foreign Missions Association - Mailgram Service Center||71||21||Edward & Judy Malmin - Mennonite Economic Development Associates||72||21||Chet Merriam - Mission Center International||73||40||Mission Projects Fellowship, Inc. - MARC||74||20||MARC - National Association of Manufacturers||75||43||National Black Evangelical Association - Open Air Campaigners||76||54||Open Bible Standard Missions - Pilgrim's Mission||77||51||Pioneer Gospel Mission - Russia||78||38||Russia for Christ - Soka Gakkai||79||47||Soldiers of Christ - Technical Missions||80||47||Technique Inter-Mission - United Missionary Society; 1944-1945||97||15||Union Biblical Seminary; 1962||81||27||United Pentecostal Church, Intl. - WCTN||82||30||We Go, Inc. - WCC General Assembly, Nairobi, December 1975||83||29||WCC New Delhi, 1961 - World Wide Faith Missions; 1966||84||19||World Wide Mission Caravan - Yugoslov Bible Mission||1939-1989||177||25||Aber-Bass||178||30||Berean Fellowship - Christians in Action||179||26||Christoffel Blind Mission - Evangelical Press Association||180||25||Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary - Holy Land Christian Approach Mission||181||24||Homefinders - Leprosy Mission||182||28||Liberty Lobby - Navigators||183||27||Neo-Life Company of America - Regent College||184||27||Religious Vacations - Underground Evangelism||185||16||Underground Evangelism - White Fathers of Africa||186||21||William Carey Library - Worldwide Discipleship Association||187||8||Worldwide Evangelization Crusade - Young Americans for Freedom||VII. Protestants in Roman Catholic Countries (Colombia & Spain)||Colombia||84||6||1950-1954||85||11||1954-1957||86||10||1958-1963, 1965-1969, n.d.||97||5||1950-1954||98||6||1955-1960||Clippings||86||2||1952-1953||87||9||1954-1962||87||7||C&MA Cases - Relief||98||2||Court Cases, Letter Campaign||Schools||87||2||1961-1965||88||2||1961-1963||98||2||1961-1964||88||1||Robert Searing||Spain||88||14||1949-1961||89||9||1962-1976, n.d.||98||10||1954-1970||Clippings||89||2||1959-1964||98||2||1948-1956, 1965-1968, 1974, n.d.||VIII. Countries Files||100||19||Afghanistan-China||101||5||China-Congo||102||10||Congo-Ecuador||103||14||Ecuador-India||104||10||India-Italy||105||11||Ivory Coast-Latin America||106||15||Mexico-Peru||107||15||Philippines-Sudan||108||6||Taiwan-Zaire||109||6||Africa-Ecuador||110||7||Italy-Spain||IX Minutes||Board||209||1||1944-1949||210||3||1950-1959||211||3||1960-1968||212||3||1969-1976||213||1||1977-1978||Combined||213||2||1955-1978||214||2||1978-1984||Committees||214||6||Africa-EMIS||215||8R||EMIS-Personnel & Student Affairs||X Member audits||1985-1991||215||1R||A-F||216||2R||N-W||1992-1994||216||1R||A-C||217||2R||D-W||XI Universal Travel Service||1948-1983||217||3||Applicants not hired - Bowker||218||8||Bowker - Transition||219||14||UTS||1965-1989||219||2||Air Traffic Conference (ATC) - Bray||220||16||Drummond - UTS||221||9||UTS: ATC rules - UTS: Sale|
NOTE: The following is the detailed list with all folder titles for boxes 1 through 110.
|1||1||Advisory Committee; 1946|
|1||2||Bible Institute Information; 1946-1947|
|1||3||Board Meetings; 1944-1945|
|1||5||Business Papers; 1945-1946|
|1||6||Citizens United for Religious Emancipation; 1945, n.d.|
|1||7||Committee on Evangelical Missionary Literature; 1948|
|1||8||Conference on Latin America; 1946-1948; n.d.|
|1||9||Conferences: Original Minutes; 1946|
|1||10||Directory of Foreign Missions; n.d.|
|1||14||Omaha: Miscellaneous; 1947|
|1||15||EFMA New York Office: Bulletins; 1947|
|1||16||Executive Committee; 1945-1948|
|1||17||Human Rights Commission; 1947|
|1||18||International Missionary Council; 1947|
|1||19||Italian Affairs; 1947-1948, n.d.|
|Latin America Literature|
|1||22||Letters of Authorization; 1946|
|1||25||Mission Boards; 1945|
|1||26||Missionary Executive Meeting, Chicago; 1945|
|1||27||Missionary Messages; 1946-1947|
|1||28||Missions Survey, Geneva; 1944-1945|
|1||29||Printers and Press Report on Latin American Literature; 1948|
|1||32||Voice of China; 1946-1947|
|1||33||Commission on Evangelical Missionary Literature; 1948, n.d.|
|1||34||Durekesen, Edward H.; 1949|
|EFMA Convention, Chicago:|
|1||36||Minutes and Reports; 1948|
|EFMA Executive Committee|
|1||39||EFMA New York Office: Bulletins; 1948-1949|
|Evangelical Missionary Literature|
|1||42||Evangelical Missionary Literature Committee; 1947-1950|
|1||43||Gordon College; 1949|
|1||44||Gospel Recordings; 1949|
|1||45||Ingles, James; and Vakory, Thomas; 1948-1949|
|1||46||Japan Committee; 1947-1950|
|1||47||London Conference; 1948|
|1||49||NAE: Bulletins; 1948, n.d.|
|1||50||NAE: California; 1948|
|2||1||Protestants and Other Americans United; 1948-1950, n.d.|
|2||3||Department of State; 1948-1950|
|2||4||Displaced Persons; 1949-1950|
|2||5||EFMA Convention, Indianapolis; 1950|
|2||7||Japan Committee; 1949-1950|
|2||9||National Education Association; 1949|
|2||11||Paris Missionary Committee; 1948-1949|
|2||12||South China Boat Mission; 1949-1950|
|2||13||Spanish Literature: Printers and Press Report; 1949|
|2||14||Special Methods Committee; 1948-1950|
|2||15||Universal Travel Service, Inc.; 1950|
|2||16||Vital Statistics; 1950, n.d.|
|2||17||World Assembly of Evangelicals; 1949, n.d.|
|2||18||World Missionary Aviation Council; l949-1950|
|2||19||Assembly of God; 1950-1951|
|2||20||Bethel Mission of China; 1950-1951|
|2||21||Blunit, Oswald A.; 1948-1951|
|2||22||Board Minutes; 1950-1951|
|2||23||Bob Jones; 1950|
|2||24||Bolten, John; 1950-1951|
|2||25||British Government; 1947-1950|
|2||26||Committee on Evangelical Missionary Literature; 1950-1951|
|2||27||Evangelical and International Cooperation; n.d.|
|EFMA Board Meeting|
|2||32||EFMA Executive Committee; 1949-1951|
|2||33||EFMA Minutes and Reports; 1950-1951|
|2||34||Indian Affairs; 1950-1951|
|2||36||NAE Executive Committee; 1950|
|2||37||NAE News Releases; 1950|
|2||38||Open Bible Standard Missions; 1950-1951|
|2||39||Universal Travel Service, Inc.; 1944-1950|
|2||40||World Radio Missionary Fellowship; 1950|
|2||41||Commission on Missions; 195l, n.d.|
|2||42||Displaced Persons; 1951-1952|
|2||43||EFMA Board Minutes; 1951-1952|
|2||44||EFMA Newsletters; 1950-1952|
|2||45||Far East Gospel Crusade; 1951|
|2||46||Free Methodist Church; 1951|
|2||47||Fuller Theological Seminary; 1951-1952|
|2||48||"F" Miscellaneous; 1951-1952|
|2||49||Gigliotti, Frank B.; 1951|
|2||51||Jacques, Edwin E.; 1951-1952|
|2||52||Japan; 1950, n.d.|
|2||53||Kang, T. K.; 1952|
|2||54||Lowe, Hanah; 1951|
|2||55||"L" Miscellaneous; 1951-1952|
|2||56||Mexican Indian Mission, Inc.; 1950-1952|
|2||57||Missionary Church Association; 1951|
|2||58||Missions Visualized, Inc.; 1951|
|2||59||NAE Convention and Executive Committee; 1950-1951|
|2||60||NAE Executive Committee; 1952|
|2||61||Open Door Mission of Japan; 1951-1952|
|2||62||Oriental Mission Society; 1951-1952|
|2||63||Paris Centre; 1950-1952|
|2||64||Presbyterian Church, USA; 1951-1952|
|2||65||Protestants and Other Americans United; 1951-1952|
|2||66||Ritzman, Esther; 1940-1950|
|2||67||Southern Spanish Missions; 1951|
|2||68||Spanish Literature; 1952, n.d.|
|2||69||Universal Travel Service; 1951|
|3||2||Commission on Literature; 1952, n.d.|
|3||3||Conference Credentials; 1952|
|3||4||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1952|
|3||5||EFMA Board Meeting; 1953|
|3||7||Cincinnati: Board; 1953|
|3||8||Cincinnati: Committees; 1953|
|3||9||Cincinnati: Correspondence; 1953|
|3||10||Cincinnati: General; 1953|
|3||11||Cincinnati: Reports; 1953|
|3||15||EFMA Midyear Meeting; 1952|
|3||16||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1953-1955|
|3||18||Evangelical World Literature Conference; 1953, n.d.|
|3||20||Literature Evangelica para America Latina [LEAL]; 1955-1956|
|Mission Executives' Retreat|
|3||25||NAE Convention; 1954|
|3||26||News Releases: 1953-1954; n.d.|
|3||27||Christian World Facts; 1957|
|3||28||Evangelical Committee on Latin America; 1957-1958|
|3||29||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1957-1958|
|3||30||EFMA Convention, Buffalo; 1957|
|3||31||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1956-1958|
|3||32||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association; 1957|
|3||33||Latin American Conference; 1957-1958|
|3||34||Literature Evangelica para America Latina [LEAL]; 1957-1958|
|3||35||Literature Conference for Europe; 1956-1957|
|3||36||Mission Administration Seminar; 1957|
|3||37||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1957|
|4||1||Conference on Islamics; 1959-60|
|4||2||Evangelical Committee on Latin America; 1958-1959|
|4||4||Los Angeles; 1959|
|4||6||Evangelical Child and Family Welfare Service; 1958|
|4||7||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1958-1960|
|4||8||Literature Evangelica para America Latina [LEAL], Cali Congress; 1957-1959|
|4||9||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1959|
|4||10||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1960|
|4||11||NAE Policy; 1959-196l, n.d.|
|4||12||Board of Directors; 1960-1962|
|4||13||Ecumenical Strategy (pamphlet); 1960-1962|
|4||14||Ecumenical Strategy: revision for translation; 1960-1961|
|4||15||Evangelical Committee on Latin America; 1960-1962|
|4||16||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1961-1962|
|4||17||Grand Rapids; 196l|
|4||19||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1960-1961|
|4||21||Gigliotti, Frank B.; 1960-1961|
|Latin America Survey|
|4||23||Merchandizing/Printing; 1960-1962, n.d.|
|4||24||Mailings to EFMA Member Boards; 196l-1962|
|4||25||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1960-1961|
|4||26||NAE Convention; 196l|
|4||27||Radio Projects, NAE; 1961, n.d.|
|4||29||Second Latin American Conference; 1960-1961|
|4||30||Second Latin American Conference: Huampani Meetings; 196l|
|4||31||World Evangelical Fellowship (Europe); 1961-1962|
|5||1||Church Growth Seminar; 1962-1963|
|5||2||Church-State Conference; 1963|
|CLASE [Consulta Latina Americana Sobre Evangelismo]:|
|5||3||Committee and Program; 1961-1962|
|5||4||Correspondence; 1961-June 1962|
|5||5||Correspondence; July 1962-1963,n.d.|
|5||7||Finances, Miscellaneous; 1961-1962|
|5||8||Meetings, Reports; 1961-1962|
|5||10||CLASE and ECLA [Evangelical Committee for Latin America]; 1962-1963|
|5||11||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1962-1963|
|5||12||Evangelical Committee for Latin America; 1962-1963|
|5||13||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1962-1963|
|5||14||Mailings to Member Boards; 1962-1963|
|5||15||Mission Executives: Retreat; 1962|
|5||16||NAE Convention; 1962|
|5||17||NAE Resolutions; n.d.|
|"Protestant Missions in Latin America"|
|5||20||United Brethren in Christ; 1962|
|5||21||Africa Committee; 1963-1965|
|5||22||Africa Evangelical Office; 1963-1964, n.d.|
|5||23||Area Offices, EFMA-IFMA; 1963-1964|
|5||24||Board of Directors; 1963-1964|
|CLASE and ECLA|
|5||28||Central America Trip; 1963|
|6||1||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1963-1964|
|6||2||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1964-1965|
|6||3||EFMA Convention; 1964|
|6||4||EFMA Executive Committee; 1964|
|6||5||Mailings to Member Boards; 1964|
|6||6||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1964|
|Taylor, Clyde W.: Speaking:|
|6||9||Oct. 1964-1965, n.d.|
|6||10||World Evangelical Fellowship [WEF] (Europe); 1963-1965|
|6||11||WEF (U.S.); 1963-1964|
|6||12||Africa Committee; 1965|
|6||13||Africa Committee; 1966-1968|
|6||14||Africa Evangelical Office [AEO]; 1965-1966|
|6||16||AEO - Maillefer; 1965-1966|
|6||17||Board of Directors; 1965-1968|
|6||18||CAMEO [Committee for Missionary Education Overseas]; 1966-1968|
|6||19||Church Growth Seminar; 1966-1968|
|6||20||CLASE and ECLA; 1965-1966|
|6||21||Coggins, Wade: Speaking; 1967-1968|
|6||22||Committee on Bible Translation; 1966|
|6||23||Congress on the Church's Worldwide Mission; 1965-1966|
|6||24||Congress on the Church's Worldwide Mission; Word Books Contract; 1966|
|6||26||Evangelical Action Commission; 1968|
|6||28||Los Angeles; 1967|
|6||30||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1965-1966|
|6||31||Evangelical Scripture Distribution Forum; 1968|
|6||32||Executive Committee; 1968|
|Mailings to Member Boards|
|Mission Executives' Retreat|
|7||1||Papers and Revisions; 1968|
|7||2||Nairobi Conference; 1966|
|7||3||NAE Film, "Anything Can Happen"; 1965|
|7||4||NAE of Bolivia; 1965-1966|
|7||5||National Council of Churches; 1965|
|7||6||News Releases; 1965|
|7||7||Overseas Offices; 1966-1969|
|7||8||Pope's Visit; 1965-1966|
|7||9||Protestants and Other Americans United; 1965-1966|
|7||10||Short Terms Abroad Committee; 1965|
|7||11||Taylor, Clyde: Latin America Trip; 1965-1966|
|7||12||Think Conference; 1967|
|7||13||Winona Lake Christian Assembly; 1965-1966|
|7||14||WCC [World Council of Churches]/ICCC [International Council of|
|Christian Churches] in Nigeria; 1965|
|7||15||Africa Committee; 1969|
|7||16||Africa Evangelical Office; 1969|
|7||17||Board of Directors; 1968-1969|
|Church Growth Seminar|
|7||19||(West Coast); 1969|
|7||20||(Winona Lake); 1969|
|7||21||ECLA (Vergil Gerber); 1969|
|7||22||EFMA Convention; 1969|
|7||23||Evangelical Missions Information Service; 1969|
|7||24||Executive Committee; 1969|
|7||25||Mailings to Member Boards; 1969|
|7||26||Mission Administration Seminar; 1969|
|7||27||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1969|
|7||28||Missionary Statistical Report; 1969|
|7||29||New Life for All; 1969|
|7||30||Overseas Offices; 1969|
|7||31||Strategy to Reach a Nation; 1969|
|8||1||Africa Committee; 1969-1970|
|8||2||Africa Evangelical Office: Ken Downing; 1970|
|8||3||Asia Committee; 1970|
|8||4||Board of Directors; 1970|
|8||6||Church Growth Committee; 1970|
|8||7||Church Growth Seminar; 1969-1970|
|8||8||EFMA Convention; 1970|
|8||10||Executive Committee; 1970|
|8||11||Haitian Consultation; 1970|
|19||5||IFMA: Study papers re cooperation & mergers; 1966-1970|
|8||12||Latin American Consultation; 1970|
|8||13||Mailings to Member Boards; 1970|
|19||6||MARC (Mission Advanced Research & Communication Center); 1970|
|8||14||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1970|
|8||15||National Sunday School Association; 1970|
|8||16||Organization Resources Counselors; 1970|
|Personnel and Student Affairs Committee|
|8||19||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar; 1971|
|8||20||Board of Directors; 1971|
|Church Growth Seminar|
|8||22||(Ben Lippen); 1971|
|8||26||EFMA Convention; 1971|
|8||27||Executive Committee; 1971|
|8||28||Finance Committee; 1971|
|8||29||Mailings to Member Boards; 1971|
|8||30||Organization Resources Counselors; 1971|
|8||31||American Leprosy Missions; 1972|
|8||32||Assemblies of God; 1971|
|8||33||Baker, Milton; 1972|
|8||34||Beyerhaus, Peter; 1972|
|8||35||Board of Directors; 1972|
|8||36||Board of Directors' Retreat; 1972|
|8||38||Child Evangelism Fellowship; 1972|
|8||39||Church Growth Seminars; 1972|
|8||40||Churches, A-H; 1972|
|8||41||Churches, I-Z; 1972|
|9||1||ECLA v. Gerber; 1972|
|9||3||EFMA Convention; 1972|
|9||4||EMIS Charter Flights; 1970-1972|
|9||5||EMIS Correspondence; 1972|
|9||6||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1972|
|9||7||Explo '72; 1972|
|9||8||Final Advance of Scripture Translation; 1972|
|9||9||Finance Committee; 1972|
|9||11||Mailings to Member Boards; 1972|
|9||12||Miscellaneous Missions; 1972|
|9||13||Missions Executives' Retreat; 1972|
|9||14||Organization Resources Counselors Seminar; 1972|
|9||15||Park Street Missionary Conference; 1972|
|9||16||Tax Conference; 1972|
|9||17||Worldwide Christian Education Ministries; 1972|
|9||18||AEAM General Assembly; 1973|
|9||19||Africa Trip (Coggins); 1973|
|9||20||American Advent Mission; 1973|
|9||21||American Leprosy Missions, Inc.; 1973|
|9||22||American Sunday School Union; 1973|
|9||23||Asian Theological Workshop; 1973|
|9||24||Assemblies of God; 1973|
|9||25||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar [AEAM]; 1973|
|9||26||Baker, Milton; 1973|
|9||28||Child Evangelism Fellowship; 1973|
|9||29||China Consultation; 1973|
|9||30||Christian Literature Crusade; 1973|
|9||31||Christian and Missionary Alliance; 1973|
|9||32||Christian Nationals Evangelism; 1973|
|9||33||Christ's Mission; 1973-1974|
|9||34||Church Growth Seminar; 1973|
|9||35||Communications Meeting; 1973|
|9||36||Conservative Baptist Missions; 1973|
|9||38||EMIS Conference; 1973|
|9||39||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1973|
|9||40||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1973|
|9||41||EFMA Convention; 1973|
|9||42||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1973|
|9||43||Executive Committee; 1973|
|9||44||Far East Broadcasting Co.; 1973|
|9||45||Far Eastern Gospel Crusade; 1973|
|9||46||Free Methodist Church; 1973|
|10||1||Gigliotti, Frank B.; 1973|
|10||4||International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; 1973|
|10||5||Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; 1973|
|10||6||Latin American Mission; 1973|
|10||7||Mailings to Members Boards; 1973|
|10||9||The Missionary Church; 1973|
|10||10||Missions in the Local Church; 1973|
|10||11||National Religious Broadcasters; 1973|
|10||12||Organization Resources Counselors Seminar (ORC); 1973|
|10||13||Organization Resources Counselors Security (ORC) Meeting; 1973|
|10||14||Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada; 1973|
|10||15||Short Terms Abroad; 1973|
|10||17||Panels and Groups; 1973|
|10||20||Union Church of San Salvador; 1973|
|10||21||Baker, Milton; 1974|
|10||22R||Board of Directors; 1974|
|10||24||Church Growth Seminars; 1974|
|10||25||Coggins, Wade: Speaking; 1974|
|10||26||Colombia Consultation; 1974|
|10||27||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1973-1974|
|10||29||EFMA Convention; 1974|
|10||30||EFMA Miscellaneous; 1974|
|10||31||Evangelical Missions Information Service; 1974|
|10||32||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1974|
|10||33||Evangelical Fund; 1974|
|10||34||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1974|
|10||35||Executive Committee; 1974|
|10||37||Mailings to Member Boards; 1974|
|10||38||Mission Executives' Retreat; 1974|
|10||39||North America Congress of Chinese Evangelicals; 1974|
|10||40||National Religious Broadcasters; 1974|
|10||41||New Life for All; 1974|
|10||42||Organization Resources Counselors; 1974|
|11||1||Organization Resources Counselors; 1974|
|11||2||Personnel and Student Affairs Committee; 1974|
|11||3||Presbyterian Church in America; 1974|
|11||4||Sudan Interior Mission; 1974|
|11||5||Summer Institute of International Studies; 1974|
|11||6||Taylor, Clyde: Farewell; 1974|
|11||7||Tax Conference; 1974|
|11||8||World Relief Commission; 1974|
|11||9||Worldwide Christian Education Ministries; 1974|
|11||10||Asian Briefing; 1975|
|11||11||Association of Church Missions Committees; 1975|
|11||12||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar; 1974-1975|
|11||13||Board of Directors; 1975|
|11||15||China Study Group; 1975|
|11||16||Korea Trip; 1975|
|11||20||Evangelical Asia Committee; 1975|
|11||21||Evangelical China Committee; 1975|
|11||22||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1975|
|11||23||EFMA Convention; 1975|
|11||25||Evangelical Missions Quarterly; 1975|
|11||26||Executive Committee; 1975|
|11||27||Finance Committee; 1975|
|11||29||Mailings to Member Missions; 1975|
|11||31||Mission Administration/ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar; 1974-1975|
|Mission Executives' Retreat|
|12||1||Missions Seminars in Local Churches; 1975|
|12||2||Nominating Committee; 1975|
|12||3||Organization Resources Counselors; 1975|
|12||4||Personnel and Student Affairs Committee; 1975|
|12||5||Personnel Seminar; 1975|
|12||6||World Evangelical Fellowship: Account; 1975|
|91||2||WEF: International Missions Commission; 1974-1975|
|12||3||WEF: IMC - Australia/New Zealand Missions Directories; 1973-1974|
|12||7R||Assemblies of God; 1975-1976|
|12||8||Assemblies of God School of Missions; 1976|
|12||9||Association of Church Missions Committees (ACMC); 1976|
|12||10||ACMC: Wheaton, Illinois; 1976|
|12||11||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar; 1976|
|12||12||Board of Directors; 1976|
|12||14||Campus Crusade; 1976|
|12||15||Christian and Missionary Alliance; 1976|
|12||16||Christian Communications Council; 1976|
|12||17||Christian Literature Crusade; 1976|
|12||18||Christian Resources Associates Seminar; 1976|
|12||19||Air Hill Church; 1976|
|12||20||Bethlehem, Pa.; 1976|
|12||21||Capital Bible Seminary; 1976|
|12||22||Christian Literature Crusade; 1976|
|12||23||Christian Tabernacle; 1976|
|12||26||Oklahoma City; 1976|
|12||27||Trinity Evangelical Div. School; 1976|
|12||29||June Trip; 1976|
|12||30||Conservative Baptist Foreign Missionary Society; 1976|
|12||31||Evangelical Asia Committee; 1976|
|12||32||Evangelical China Committee; 1976|
|12||33||Evangelical Committee for Africa; 1975-1976|
|12||34||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1976|
|12||35||EFMA Convention; 1976|
|12||37||Evangelical Literature Overseas; 1976|
|12||38||Evangelical Missions Information Service; 1975-1977|
|12||39||Evangelical Missions Quarterly; 1976|
|12||40||Executive Committee; 1976|
|12||41||Finance Committee; 1976|
|12||42||Friends (Quaker) Missions; 1976|
|IFMA/EFMA/AEPM [Association of Evangelical Professors of Missions] Retreat|
|12||44||Arrangements and Reservations; 1976|
|12||47||Islamics Committee; 1976|
|13||1||Latin America Committee; 1976|
|13||2||Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization; 1976|
|13||3||Mailings to Member Missions; 1976|
|13||5||Missions Advanced Research and Communication Center; 1976|
|13||6||Missions in the Local Church; 1976|
|13||7||NAE Board of Administration; 1976|
|13||9||OMS International; 1976|
|13||10||Organization Management Inc. Tax Conference; 1976|
|Organization Resources Counselors|
|13||13||Advanced Seminar; 1976|
|13||14||Overseas Crusade; 1976|
|13||15||Personnel and Student Affairs Committee; 1976|
|13||16||Personnel and Student Affairs Committee Workshop; 1976|
|13||17||Quito Consultation; 1976|
|13||18||Salute to Sunday School Convention; 1976|
|13||19||Schools: Miscellaneous; 1976|
|13||20||Short Terms Abroad; 1976|
|13||21||United World Mission; 1976|
|13||23||World Evangelical Fellowship; 1976|
|13||24||World Relief Commission; 1975-1976|
|13||25||Youth For Christ International; 1976|
|20||2||Evangelical Asia Committee|
|20||3||Evangelical China Committee|
|20||4||ECFA (Evangelical Committee for Africa)|
|20||6||Evangelical Missions Quarterly|
|20||8||Latin America Committee|
|20||10||Personnel Committee; 1976-1977|
|20||11||American Leprosy Missions|
|20||12||Assemblies of God|
|20||13||Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church|
|20||14||Association of Church Missions Committees (ACMC); 1976-1977|
|20||15||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar|
|20||17||Bible Literature International|
|20||18||Brethren in Christ Missions|
|20||19||Child Evangelism Fellowship|
|20||20||Chinese Coordination Center of World Evangelism|
|20||21||Christian Communications Council|
|20||22||Christian Financial Executives Association|
|20||23||Christian Literature Crusade|
|21||1||Christian and Missionary Alliance|
|21||2||Christian Nationals' Evangelism Commission|
|21||3||Church of God World Missions|
|21||4||Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society|
|21||5||Conservative Baptist Home Mission Society|
|21||6||Eastern European Mission|
|21||7||Evangelical Congregational Church|
|21||8||Evangelical Fellowship of India|
|21||9||Evangelical Literature Overseas|
|21||10||Evangelistic Faith Missions|
|21||11||Free Methodist Church|
|21||12||Friends, California Yearly Meeting|
|21||14||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association|
|21||15||Latin America Mission|
|21||16||Lutheran Bible Translators|
|21||17||Lutheran Brethren World Missions|
|21||18||Mission Aviation Fellowship|
|21||20||Missionary Information Bureau (Brazil)|
|21||23||Nazarene Department of World Missions|
|21||27||Pocket Testament League|
|21||28||Presbyterian Church in America|
|21||29||Primitive Methodist International Mission Board|
|21||30||United Brethren in Christ|
|21||31||United World Mission|
|21||33||West Indies Mission|
|21||34||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|21||35||World Gospel Mission|
|21||36||World Relief Commission; 1976-1977|
|91||7||World Relief: Financial statements/Proposed budgets; 1976-1977|
|21||37||World Vision International|
|21||38||Worldwide Evangelization Crusade|
|22||2||Board of Directors|
|22||6||Mailings to Member Missions|
|22||8||Menno Travel Service|
|22||9||National Association of Evangelicals: Headquarters Office, Wheaton; 1976-1977|
|22||11||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|22||12||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|22||17||All India Congress on Mission and Evangelization, 1/12-19/77|
|23||1||All India Congress on Mission and Evangelization, 1/12-19/77|
|97||1||All India Congress|
|97||2||All India Congress: Congress materials; 1977|
|23||2||Coggins & Frizen: Travel after Missions Commissions and AICOME; 1976-1977|
|23||3||Missions Commission of WEF: Bombay, India, 1/19-22/77|
|23||4||Medical Workshop, 3/8-11/77|
|23||5||EFMA Annual Convention, 2/22-24/77|
|23||6||EFMA Annual Convention, 2/22-24/77|
|23||7||EFMA Annual Convention, 2/22-24/77|
|23||8||Alliance Church, Manassas, VA, 3/6/77|
|23||9||NAE Missions Seminars, 3/14-18/77|
|23||10||Reformed Consultation, Geneva College|
|24||1||The Alliance Church, Rochester, 4/10/77|
|24||2||Study Group, Ventnor, NJ, 4/15-16/77|
|24||3||Asia Briefing, 5/25-26/77|
|24||4||World Relief Commission, 5/31-6/2/77|
|24||5||Assemblies of God Annual School of Missions, (6/13-24/77)|
|24||6||Dit Fenton dinner, 6/25/77|
|24||7||AEAM General Assembly, Ivory Coast, 7/28-8/3/77|
|24||8||AEAM General Assembly|
|97||3||AEAM General Assembly|
|24||9||Mission Executives Retreat, (9/26-29/77); 1976-77|
|24||10||Mission Executives Retreat, (9/26-29/77); 1976-77|
|24||11||Mission Executives Retreat, (9/26-29/77); 1976-77|
|25||1||Manuscripts for Retreat Report|
|25||2||Final Manuscript for Retreat Report|
|25||3||Retreat Report orders; 1977-1978|
|25||4||NAE Board, 10/4/77|
|25||5||WRC Board, 10/5-6/77|
|25||6||Capital Bible Seminary, 10/19/77|
|25||7||10th Presbyterian Church, 10/23/77|
|25||8||IFMA Mission Administration Seminar, 10/24-28/77|
|25||9||IFMA Mission Administration Seminar, 10/24-28/77|
|25||10||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar, 10/27-28/77|
|26||1||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar, 10/27-28/77|
|26||2||DAS [Development Assistance Services] Symposium and Council, 11/2-5/77|
|26||3||DAS Symposium and Council, 11/2-5/77|
|26||4||DAS Symposium and Council, 11/2-5/77|
|26||5||China meeting, 11/19/77|
|26||6||American Leprosy Missions, 11/17-18/77|
|26||7||Missionary Internship Advisory Workshop, 11/30-12/1/77|
|26||8||Personnel Workshop, 12/1-3/77|
|27||1||WRC Board & Christmas Dinner, 12/9/77|
|27||2||Ventnor Study Group, 12/9-10/77|
|27||3||Coggins, Wade T.: Speaking - Declined|
|27||8||Evangelical Missions Information Service [EMIS]|
|27||9||EMIS-EMQ Retreat March, 1978|
|27||10||Evangelical Missions Quarterly|
|27||12||Latin America Committee|
|27||15||American Advent Mission Society|
|27||16||Assemblies of God|
|28||1||Assemblies of God: Personnel Workshop Notebook; 1978|
|28||2||Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church|
|28||3||Association of Church Missions Committees (ACMC)|
|28||4||Association of Evangelical Relief and Development Organizations|
|28||5||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar (AEAM)|
|28||6||Baptist General Conference|
|28||8||Brethren Church, Ashland, Ohio|
|28||9||Brethren Church, Winona Lake, Ind.|
|28||10||Campus Crusade for Christ|
|28||11||Child Evangelism Fellowship|
|28||12||Christian Communications Council|
|28||13||Christian Literature Crusade|
|28||14||Christian & Missionary Alliance|
|28||15||Christian Nationals' Evangelism Commission|
|28||16||Church of God World Missions|
|28||17||Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society|
|28||18||Conservative Baptist Home Mission Society|
|28||19||Eastern European Mission|
|28||20||Evangelical Fellowship of India|
|97||4||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1978|
|28||21||Evangelical Free Church|
|28||22||Evangelical Literature Overseas|
|28||23||Evangelistic Faith Missions|
|28||24||Far East Broadcasting Company|
|28||25||Free Methodist Church|
|28||26||Free Will Baptist Foreign Missions|
|29||1||Friends, Eastern Region|
|29||2||Friends, Northwest Yearly Meeting|
|29||4||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA)|
|29||5||International Students, Inc.|
|29||6||Literacy & Evangelism|
|29||7||Lutheran Brethren World Missions|
|29||8||Mennonite Brethren Missions/Services|
|29||9||Mission Aviation Fellowship|
|29||11||Missionary Information Bureau|
|29||16||Open Bible Standard Missions|
|29||17||Open Doors With Brother Andrew|
|29||19||Palau Evangelistic Team|
|29||20||Pentecostal Holiness Church|
|29||21||Reformed Presbyterian Church of N.A.|
|29||22||United Brethren in Christ|
|29||23||United World Mission|
|29||25||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|World Evangelical Fellowship|
|29||29||World Gospel Crusades|
|29||30||World Gospel Mission|
|29||31||World Vision International|
|29||32||Worldwide Evangelization Crusade|
|29||33||Youth For Christ International|
|29||35||Board of Directors|
|30||1||Cummings, Norman, President, EFMA|
|30||2||EFMA/IFMA Joint Exexutive Committee, 9/24/78|
|30||5||Mailings to Member Missions|
|30||8||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|30||9||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) meeting at DOM in NY, 6/19/78|
|30||10||Universal Travel Service|
|30||11||National Religious Broadcasters Annual Convention, 1/22-25/78|
|30||12||Westminster Seminary, 1/26/78|
|30||13||EFMA Annual Convention, (2/21-23/78)|
|31||1||EFMA Annual Convention, (2/21-23/78)|
|31||2||New Cumberland Alliance Church, 3/3-5/78|
|31||3||OMI Tax Conference, 3/8-9/78|
|31||4||Capital Bible Seminary, 4/11-12/78|
|31||5||DAS (Development Assistance Services) Consultation, 4/27-28/78|
|31||6||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar, 6/13-14/78|
|ACMC National Conference|
|31||9||Church Life Center, Nyack, 8/13-14/78|
|31||10||NACOCE, Toronto, 8/14-19/78|
|31||11||Asia Missions Association, Seoul, Korea, (8/22-28/78)|
|31||12||EFMA/IFMA/AEPM Study Conference, 9/25-28/78|
|32||1||EFMA/IFMA/AEPM Study Conference, 9/25-28/78|
|32||2||EFMA/IFMA/AEPM Study Conference, 9/25-28/78|
|97||5||Brazilian Encontro, 10/3-5/78|
|32||3||Quito Consultation Report on Church/Mission Relations in South America, 10/11-15/78|
|32||6||Alliance Men's Retreat, 11/10-12/78|
|32||7||DAS (Development Assistance Services) Board, 11/18-19/78|
|97||6||DAS Board, 11/18-19/78|
|33||1||DOULOS, Norfolk, VA 11/24-26/78|
|33||2||Personnel Workshop, 11/30-12/2/78|
|33||3||Missions Leadership Seminar (Agape), 12/5-8/78|
|33||4||Speaking Invitations: Declined|
|33||9||CAMEO: Board Meeting, 9/13/79|
|33||10||Evangelical Missions Information Service (EMIS)|
|33||12||Latin America Committee|
|33||14||American Advent Mission Society|
|33||15||Assemblies of God|
|33||16||Association of Church Missions Committees|
|33||17||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar (AEAM)|
|33||18||Brethren Church, Ashland, OH|
|33||19||Brethren in Christ Missions|
|33||20||Christian and Missionary Alliance|
|33||21||Christian Church of North America|
|33||22||Christian Literature Crusade|
|33||23||Christian Nationals' Evangelism Commission|
|33||24||Christian Reformed World Missions|
|33||25||Church of God World Missions|
|33||26||Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission|
|33||27||Evangelical Congregational Church|
|33||28||Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability|
|34||1||Evangelical Missions Quarterly|
|34||2||Friends, Eastern Region|
|34||3||Friends, Northwest Yearly Meeting|
|34||5||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association (IFMA)|
|34||6||International Church of the Foursquare Gospel|
|34||7||International Fellowship of Christians|
|34||8||Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship|
|34||11||Mennonite Brethren Missions/Services|
|34||12||Missionary Information Bureau, Brazil|
|34||14||National Association of Evangelicals|
|34||19||United World Mission|
|34||20||Ventnor Study Group|
|34||22||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|34||23||WEF: Missions Commission|
|34||24||WEF: Bank Account for John Langlois|
|34||25||World Gospel Crusades|
|34||26||World Gospel Mission|
|34||28||World Relief Commission: Refugee Information|
|34||29||World Vision International|
|34||30||Worldwide Evangelization Crusade|
|35||1||Board of Directors|
|35||2||EFMA/IFMA Joint Exexutive Committee, 4/11/79|
|35||4||Mailings to Member Missions|
|35||7||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|35||8||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|35||9||NRB Convention, 1/21-24/79|
|35||10||WEF Missions Commission, 1/27-31/79|
|35||11||WEF Missions Commission, 1/27-31/79|
|35||12||EFMA Annual Convention, 3/6-8/79|
|36||1||EFMA Annual Convention, 3/6-8/79|
|36||2||Trinity Consultation, 3/19-22/79|
|36||3||Trinity Consultation, 3/19-22/79|
|36||4||Christian Service Corps, 4/4/79|
|36||5||Kyle/missions leaders, 4/11-12/79|
|36||6||Ventnor Study Group, 4/20-21/79|
|36||7||Capital Bible Seminary, 4/24/79|
|36||8||Evangelical Congregational Missionary Conv., 4/25-26/79|
|36||9||China Consultation, 5/3-5/79|
|36||10||ACMC Conference, 7/19-22/79|
|36||11||National Presbyterian Church, 9/2/79|
|37||1||Mission Executives Retreat, 9/24-27/79|
|37||2||Mission Executives Retreat, 9/24-27/79|
|37||3||Mission Executives Retreat, 9/24-27/79|
|37||4||Mission Executives Retreat, 9/24-27/79|
|37||5||Mission Executives Retreat: Program Planning Book; 1979|
|37||7||Mission Administration Seminar and ORC (Organization Resources Counselors), 10/29 - 11/2/79|
|38||1||CLADE II, 10/31 - 11/9/79|
|38||2||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Workshop, 11/1-2/79|
|38||3||Simpson Church, Nyack, 11/11/79|
|38||5||Ed Neteland, 11/12/79|
|38||6||Personnel Workshop, 11/29 - 12/1/79|
|38||7||Urbana '79, 12/27-31/79|
|39||1||Evangelical Missions Information Service|
|39||2||Evangelical Missions Information Service|
|39||3||Islamic Task Force|
|39||4||Latin America Committee|
|39||7||Assemblies of God|
|39||8||Association of Church Missions Committees|
|39||9||Baptist General Conference|
|39||10||Brethren Church (Winona Lake, IN)|
|39||11||Christian & Missionary Alliance|
|39||12||Christian Nationals' Evangelism Commission|
|39||13||Christian Reformed World Missions|
|39||14||Church of God World Missions|
|39||16||Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society|
|39||17||Conservative Baptist Home Mission Society|
|39||18||Evangelical Fellowship of India|
|39||19||Evangelical Free Church|
|39||20||Evangelical Mennonite Church|
|39||21||Evangelistic Faith Missions|
|39||22||Free Methodist Church|
|39||23||Free Will Baptists|
|39||24||Friends, Eastern Region|
|39||26||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association|
|39||27||IFMA - Canada|
|39||28||Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship|
|39||29||Latin America Mission|
|39||30||Literacy & Evangelism, Inc.|
|39||31||Lutheran Brethren World Missions|
|39||32||Mission Aviation Fellowship|
|39||35||Open Bible Standard Missions|
|39||37||Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America|
|39||38||United Brethren in Christ|
|39||39||United World Mission|
|39||42||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|40||1||World Gospel Mission|
|40||2||Board of Directors|
|40||5||Mailings to Member Missions|
|40||9||Organizations Resources Counselors|
|40||10||Visa Correspondence; 7/80-12/80|
|40||13||Westminster Theological Seminary, 1/7/80|
|40||14||Capital Bible Seminary, 1/8/80|
|41||1||Park Street Church, 1/12/80|
|41||2||National Religious Broadcasters Annual Convention, 1/20-23/80|
|41||3||NRB Annual Convention: Rex Humbard Ministries|
|41||4||Meeting: Coggins, Beals, Scott, Frizen, 1/24/80|
|41||5||EFMA Board of Directors, 3/3/80|
|41||6||EFMA Annual Convention, 3/4-6/80|
|41||7||EFMA Annual Convention, 3/4-6/80|
|41||8||Church of the Atonement, 3/16/80|
|41||9||WEF Missions Commission Executive Committee, 3/21-23/80|
|41||10||WEF General Assembly, 3/24-28/80|
|41||11||WEF General Assembly, 3/24-28/80|
|97||7||WEF General Assembly, 3/24-28/80|
|42||1||Ventnor Study Group, 4/18-19/80|
|42||2||Campus Crusade: Missions Leadership Seminar, 4/22-25/80|
|42||3||C&MA Council, 5/13-18/80|
|42||4||Asia Briefing, 5/20-21/80|
|42||5||ACMC National Conference, 7/10-13/80|
|42||6||American Society of Missiology, 8/22-24/80|
|42||7||COWE, Thailand, 6/16-27/80|
|42||9||COWE: Refugee Camp Visit|
|42||10||Teen Missions, 7/13/80|
|42||12||Mission Executives Retreat, 9/22-25/80|
|43||1||Mission Executives Retreat, 9/22-25/80|
|43||2||Mission Executives Retreat|
|43||3||Mission Executives Retreat: Papers|
|97||8||Mission Executive Retreat: Papers|
|43||5||Missions Consultation, Brazil, 9/30 - 10/2/80|
|43||6||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Advisory Group, 10/2/80|
|43||7||NAE state association leaders, 10/7/80|
|43||8||NAE Board, 10/8/80|
|43||10||Clinton Baptist Church, 10/18-19/80|
|43||11||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar, 10/21-22/80|
|43||12||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar: Notebook|
|44||1||Edinburgh '80, International Student Consultation on Frontier Missions, 10/26 - 11/2/80|
|44||3||Andean Consultation, 11/17-22/80|
|44||4||Personnel Workshop, 12/4-6/80|
|44||5||Ventnor Study Group, 12/5-6/80|
|44||6||Mission Review Task Force, 12/10/80|
|44||7||Lausanne Committee, 12/16/80|
|44||8||William O'Brian, Richmond, VA, 12/19/80|
|44||9||Washington '80, 12/30/80 - 1/3/81|
|44||12||Evangelical China Office|
|45||1||Evangelical Missions Information Service|
|45||2||Islamics Task Force Committee|
|45||3||Latin America Committee|
|45||4||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Committee|
|45||6||Assemblies of God - Attitude and Opinion Survey; 1981|
|45||7||Association of Church Missions Committees|
|45||8||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar|
|45||9||Association of Evangelical Relief and Development Organizations (AERDO)|
|45||10||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association|
|45||11||ISKCON: Hare Krishnas|
|45||13||Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology|
|45||14||National Association of Evangelicals|
|45||15||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|45||16||WEF: Missions Commission|
|46||3||A - G|
|46||4||H - M|
|46||5||N - S|
|46||6||T - Z|
|46||7||A - L|
|47||1||M - Z|
|47||2||A - L|
|47||3||M - Z|
|47||4||Board of Directors|
|47||8||Mailings to Member Missions|
|47||11||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|47||12||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|47||13||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Change, Dec. 1980 to 1981|
|48||1||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors): "Compensation & Benefits in Twelve Missions"|
|48||2||Warren Webster: President of EFMA|
|48||3||EFMA Annual Convention, 1/81|
|48||4||EFMA Annual Convention, 1/81|
|48||5||ACMC consultation, 1/29/81|
|48||6||ACMC consultation: Meeting transcript|
|48||7||Human Development, 1/31 - 2/2/81|
|48||10||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar, 4/22-23/81|
|48||11||China Consultation, 4/29 - 5/1/81|
|49||1||Ventnor Study Group, 4/24-25/81|
|49||2||Guatemala City, 5/10-17/81|
|49||3||EMIS Executive Committee, 6/1/81|
|49||4||Medical Consultation, 6/1-3/81|
|49||5||Assemblies of God 6/9-10/81|
|49||6||Chinese Congress on World Evangelization, 6/17-24/81|
|49||7||NAE meeting, 6/29/81|
|97||9||NAE Meeting, 6/29/81|
|49||8||Medical Committee, MAP, 7/10/81|
|49||9||American Festival of Evangelism, 7/27-30/81 and LCWE, 7/26/81|
|49||10||Haystack '81, 7/28 - 8/2/81|
|49||11||ACMC Conference, 8/6-9/81|
|50||1||Tentmaker Project, 8/7/81|
|50||2||EMQ Editorial Committee, 10/2-3/81|
|50||3||NAE Board, 10/6-7/81|
|50||4||AEAM General Assembly, 9/6-13/81|
|97||10||AEAM General Assembly|
|50||5||EFMA/IFMA Study Conference, 9/28 - 10/2/81|
|50||6||EFMA/IFMA Study Conference|
|50||7||EFMA/IFMA Study Conference|
|50||9||NAE Seminars, 10/19-23/81|
|50||11||Christian World Communions, 10/27-29/81|
|51||1||OMSC: Bob Coote, 11/19/81|
|51||2||Mission Administration Seminar, 11/16-19/81|
|51||4||Mission Leadership Workshop, 11/30 - 12/3/81|
|51||5||Personnel Workshop, 12/3-5/81|
|51||9||URBANA '81: Packet for new converts|
|51||10||Brazil, 5/3-9/81 (Canceled)|
|51||15||Islamic Task Force Committee|
|51||16||Latin America Committee|
|51||17||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Committee|
|51||19||Unreached People Committee|
|51||21||Association of Church Missions Committee|
|51||22||Caribbean Graduate School of Theology|
|51||24||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|52||1||WEF: Missions Commission|
|52||2||World Relief Corporation|
|52||3||Board of Directors|
|52||4||Mailings to Member Missions|
|52||5||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|99||1||NRB Convention News; 1982, 1984-1985|
|91||4||WEF: Missions Commission - Meeting, 1/27-31/82|
|52||7||EFMA Annual Convention, 3/2-4/82|
|52||8||Unreached Peoples, 3/25-26/82|
|52||11||China Consultation, 4/27-30/82|
|52||12||CRESR [Consultation on the Relationship Between Evangelism and Social Responsibility], 6/19-26/82|
|54||2||Wheaton '83: Planning, 6/28-29/82|
|54||3||Steering Committee: Medical, 9/15/82|
|54||4||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Seminar, 9/16-17/82|
|54||7||Personnel Workshop, 12/2-4/82|
|54||8||Retreat [missions consultations], 9/27-30/82|
|54||10||Guatemala Trip, 12/17-19/82|
|55||6||Joint Accounting Committee|
|55||7||Latin America Committee|
|55||9||Association of Church Missions Committees|
|55||10||National Association of Evangelicals: Washington office 40th Anniversary|
|55||11||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|55||12||WEF: Missions Commission|
|97||11||WEF: Missions Commission|
|55||14||Board of Directors|
|55||15||Mailings to Member Missions|
|55||18||Morlin, Stanley and Sharon A.O.G. (Assemblies of God)|
|55||20||Lausanne Committee, 1/16-22/83|
|56||1||International Communications Service, 1/28/83|
|56||2||NRB Convention, 1/30 - 2/2/83|
|56||3||Concerts of Prayer, 1/31/83|
|56||4||Biblical Media Foundation, 2/3/83|
|56||5||Council on Religion & International Affairs [CRIA], 2/23/83|
|56||6||Health Care Seminar, 2/24/83|
|56||7||Convention '83, 3/8-10/83|
|56||8||ANAM (Association of North American Missions) National Convention, 4/5-8/83|
|56||10||RAORG (Religion Affiliated Organizations and Their Relations with Government), 5/24/83|
|56||11||WEF Executive Council, 6/17-18/83|
|56||12||WEF/LCWE (re merger), 6/19-20/83|
|56||13||Wheaton '83, 6/21-30/83|
|56||14||Wheaton '83: Notebook Contents|
|56||15||Wheaton '83: Papers and Reports|
|57||1||WEF Missions Commission, 6/26 and 7/1/83|
|57||2||Religious Freedom, 7/10-11/83|
|57||3||International Conference for Itinerant Evangelists (Billy Graham), 7/12-21/83|
|57||4||ACMC conference, 7/21-23/83|
|57||5||Central America Briefing (White House), 7/28/83|
|97||12||Central America Briefing|
|57||6||Church of God, 8/10-12/83|
|57||7||Retreat 83, 9/26-30/83|
|57||8||Self Study Seminar, Colorado Springs, 9/28/83|
|57||9||Guatemala Consultation, 10/19-21/83|
|57||10||Health Care, Chicago, 11/1/83|
|57||11||Aeschliman, Gordon (Frontier Fellowship, Inc.), 11/2/83|
|57||13||EHMA consultation, 11/16-18/83|
|57||15||Personnel Committee Workshop, 12/1-3/83|
|58||10||Antioch Mission, Brazil|
|58||11||Association of Church Missions Committees|
|58||12||Association of North American Missions|
|58||13||Billy Graham Center|
|58||14||Christian Ministries Management Assoc.|
|58||16||Evangelical Literature Overseas|
|58||17||Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association|
|58||18||Latin American Evangelical Projects|
|58||19||Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization|
|58||20||National Association of Evangelicals|
|58||21||National Association of Evangelicals|
|58||22||NAE Board of Administration|
|58||23||Overseas Ministries Study Center|
|59||1||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|World Evangelical Fellowship|
|59||8||M - Z|
|59||11||Aeschliman, Gordon (World Christian)|
|59||12||Board of Directors|
|59||13||Mailings to Member Missions|
|59||15||Organization Resources Counselors (ORC)|
|59||16||A - L|
|60||1||M - Z|
|60||2||Latin America Consultation, 12/12-14/84|
|60||3||NRB Convention, 1/29 - 2/1/84|
|99||1||NRB Convention News; 1982, 1984-1985|
|60||4||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors), Jan. 1/84|
|60||5||Gordon Aeschliman, 2/2/84|
|60||6||Concerts of Prayer, 2/3/84|
|60||7||Concerts of Prayer, 2/3/84|
|60||8||Missionfest '84, 2/11/84|
|60||9||Link Care, Breakfast, 2/28/84|
|61||1||Annual Convention, 3/6-8/84|
|61||2||NAE Convention, 3/6-8/84|
|61||3||WEF/USA Board, 3/9/84|
|61||5||Mission 84, El Salvador, 5/84|
|61||6||ELO World Literature Conference, 5/14-17/84|
|61||7||IFMA Mission Administration Seminar, 5/14-18/84|
|61||8||RAORG [Religion Affiliated Organizations and Their Relations with Government], 5/21-22/84|
|61||9||MAP International, 6/2-5/84|
|61||10||Prayer Assembly, Korea, 6/5-10/84|
|61||11||Conference in China, 7/1-6/84|
|61||13||Church of God, 8/10-12/84|
|62||1||LCWE, Germany, 9/9-15/84|
|62||2||LCWE, Germany, 9/9-15/84|
|62||3||National Prayer Summit, Washington DC, 9/10-13/84|
|62||4||Study Conference, 9/24-28/84|
|62||5||Conference on MKs, 11/5-9/84|
|63||1||Newcomers Forum, 11/7/84|
|63||2||Personnel Workshop, 11/29 - 12/1/84|
|63||4||World Gospel Mission, 12/4-7/84|
|63||5||Urbana '84, 12/27-31/84|
|63||6||Miscellaneous Meetings; 1984|
|90||7||Association of Church Missions Committees|
|90||9||Evangelical Literature Overseas|
|90||10||Latin American Evangelical Projects|
|90||12||National Association of Evangelicals: Board|
|World Evangelical Fellowship|
|90||14||World Evangelical Fellowship|
|91||2||International Missions Commission; 1974-1975|
|91||3||IMC - Australia/New Zealand Missions Directories; 1973-1974|
|91||4||Missions Commission - Meeting, 1/27-31/82|
|91||7||Financial statements/Proposed budgets; 1976-1977|
|91||8||Corporate Restructuring Proposal|
|92||2||Board of Directors|
|92||3||Bushong, Burnis (EFMA Treasurer)|
|92||4||Financial Audits: Questionnaires|
|92||5||Mailings to Member Missions|
|92||7||World Christian (Gordon Aeschliman)|
|93||2||World Christian, 1/1/85|
|93||3||NRB Convention, 2/3-6/85|
|99||1||NRB Convention News; 1982, 1984-1985|
|93||5||Christian Management Institute, 2/18-21/85|
|93||6||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Steering Committee, 2/20/85|
|93||11||NAE Convention, 3/5-7/85|
|93||12||NAE Board Meeting, 3/4-6/85|
|93||13||ACMC Missions Workshop, 4/13/85|
|94||1||International Conference on Religious Liberty, 4/15-16/85|
|94||2||Houston '85, 4/15-18/85|
|94||3||N.A. Lausanne Committee, 4/18/85|
|94||4||Ventnor Study Group, 4/19-20/85|
|94||5||Leadership Prayer Breakfast, 5/2/85|
|94||6||White House Briefing: National Day of Prayer, 5/2/85|
|94||7||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Committee, 5/22/85|
|94||8||ORC (Organization Resources Counselors) Workshop, 5/22-23/85|
|94||9||Billy Graham Center Consultation for Mission Executives, 5/23-24/85|
|94||10||China Consultation, 5/28-31/85|
|95||1||EJAC (Evangelical Joint Accounting Committee), 5/31/85|
|95||2||WEF Executive Committee, Netherlands, 6/11-15/85|
|95||4||Youth Congress '85, 7/26-30|
|Mission Executives Retreat|
|95||6||Mission Executives Retreat|
|95||9||Association of Bible Colleges, 10/31-11/2/85|
|95||10||Ethnic Think Tank, 11/7-8/85|
|95||11||Presbyterian Church in America, 11/14-15/85|
|96||2||Ventnor Study Group, 12/6-7/85|
|96||3||EMIS Board, 12/9/85|
|96||4||N.A. Lausanne Committee, 12/17/85|
|96||5||Nicaraguan News Conference, 12/19/85|
|II. Five Missionary Martyrs Fund|
|III. Latin America Survey|
|15||4||Notes and Summaries; n.d.|
|15||9||British Guiana; 1958-1960|
|15||10||British Honduras; 1957-1960|
|15||13||Costa Rica; 1959-1960|
|15||15||Dominican Republic; 1959-1960|
|15||17||El Salvador; 1959-1960|
|15||18||French Guinea; 1960|
|15||23||Leeward Island, Guadaloupe, Virgin Islands; 1959-1960|
|15||25||Miscellaneous; 1959-1960, n.d.|
|15||26||Netherlands Antillies; 1959-1960|
|15||31||Puerto Rico; 1959-1960|
|15||33||Trinidad and Tobago; 1959-1960|
|15||36||Windward Islands; 1959-1960|
|OS15||Maps: Latin America Survey; 1958-1962|
|IV. Meetings Files|
|16||1||Africa-wide Christian Communications Congress; 1971|
|19||4||American Society of Missiology; 1970, 1972-1974|
|16||2||Cali Congress; 1959|
|16||3||Columbia Consultation on Church-School-Missions; 1974|
|16||4||Committee of Evangelical Missionaries to Islam; 1968|
|16||8||Ecumenism: Jean Bokleale; 1969-1971|
|16||9||Evangelism: Willys K. Braun; 1966-1970|
|16||10||Congress Continuing Committee; 1966-1968|
|Congress on the Church's Worldwide Mission|
|16||12||Study Papers; 1966|
|16||13||Free Will Baptist Foreign Missions; 1970|
|16||14||Future of the Missionary Enterprise Seminar; 1974|
|16||15||Huampi (II Congress de Communicaciones Evangelicas); 1962|
|16||16||Lima Conference (II Conferencia Evangelica Latinoamericana); 1961|
|16||17||Missions Leadership Seminar; 1978|
|19||7||National Negro Evangelical Association; 1974|
|17||1||Operating Income and Expense; 1960-1971|
|17||2||Panamerican Christian Network Conference; 1957|
|17||3||Theology of Missions Consultation; 1976|
|17||4||Correspondence; 1962, 1966-1967|
|17||10||World Congress on Evangelism: Study Papers; 1966|
|17||11||World Conference on Missionary Radio; 1955|
|Mission Executives' Retreat Report|
|VI. Reference Files|
|63||7||Accelerated Christian Education; 1977|
|63||8||African American Back to God Crusade; 1971|
|63||9||Afro-American Missionary Crusade; 1948|
|63||10||AIM, Inc. (Assistance In Missions); 1969|
|63||11||Algerian Mission Band; 1937-1945|
|63||12||Alice Lenshina - Northern Rhodesia; 1964|
|63||13||All-American Conference to Combat Communism; 1953-1954|
|63||14||All India Gospel Mission; 1964|
|63||15||All India Prayer Fellowship; 1970-1972|
|63||16||All Nations Literacy Movement; 1972|
|63||17||Allen, A. A.; 1970|
|63||18||American Advent Mission Society; 1940-1958|
|63||19||American Baptist Association; 1964-1965|
|63||20||American Bible Society; 1966-1968|
|63||21||American Board of Missions to the Jews; 1943-1945, 1977|
|63||22||American Council of Christian Churches; 1952-1969|
|63||23||American Council of Christian Churches: Pamphlets; 1948|
|63||24||American European Bethel Mission; 1945-1946, 1960|
|63||25||American-European Fellowship; 1945|
|63||26||American Friends of Italy; 1948-1955|
|63||27||American Indian Crusade; 1950-1955|
|64||1||American Lutheran Church; 1945-1950|
|64||2||American Ministerial Association, Inc.; 1964-1965|
|64||3||American Missionary Fellowship; 1974-1975|
|64||4||American Scripture Gift Mission; 1944-1945|
|64||5||American Sunday School Union; 1969-1971|
|64||6||American University at Cairo; 1945|
|64||7||American Youth Hostels; 1975|
|64||8||Antioch Mission Brazil; 1982|
|64||9||Arbouet, Remus; 1962-1963|
|64||10||Armstrong, Hart; 1967|
|64||11||Armstrong, Herbert W.; 1963-1974|
|64||12||Asia for Christ; 1964-1965|
|64||13||Asia Missions Association; 1975-1977|
|64||14||Assembly of Christian Churches; 1945|
|64||15||Assisting Indigenous Developments; 1971|
|64||16||Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church; 1945|
|64||17||Associated Missionaries; 1964|
|64||18||Association of Evangelical Professors of Missions; 1968|
|64||19||Association of Evangelical Students; 1957-1958|
|64||20||Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar; 1966, 1976|
|64||21||Association of Fundamental Ministers and Churches; 1954-1955|
|64||23||Australasian Christian Teaching Service ACTS; 1971|
|64||24||Ayuda Por Ninos, Inc.; 1971-1972|
|64||25||Back to the Bible Broadcast; 1962-1969|
|64||26||Bangkok Conference; 1973|
|64||27||Baptist Faith Missions; 1944-1947|
|64||28||Bible Fellowships, Inc.; 1958|
|64||29||Bible Translations on Tape; 1973-1976|
|64||30||Bible Voice, Inc.; 1966-1969|
|64||31||Bibles for the World; 1976-1980|
|64||32||Black Evangelistic Enterprise; 1982-1984|
|65||1||Blessitt, Arthur; 1969-1970|
|65||2||Bookmates International; 1975-1977|
|65||3||Bread for the World; 1975|
|65||4||Brother Andrew; 1965-1969|
|65||5||C.W. Burpo - Bible Institute of the air; 1973-1976|
|65||6||Burton College & Seminary; 1964|
|65||7||Calvary Pentecostal Camp, Ashland, VA; 1977|
|65||8||Campaigners (The); 1972|
|65||9||Canadian Council of Christian Charities; 1973-1974|
|65||10||Caribbean Gospel Fellowship; 1953|
|65||11||Caribbean Missions; 1956|
|65||12||Center for Religious Liberties; 1977|
|65||13||Center for Study of World Missions, Sprunger; 1970-1971|
|65||14||Central Africa Broadcasting Company; 1963, 1968|
|65||15||Central Union Mission; 1983|
|65||16||Central Yearly Meeting of Friends; 1944|
|65||17||Centro Cultural Internacional; 1973|
|65||18||Cerullo, Morris; 1975, 1983|
|65||19||Ceylon and India General Mission; 1945, 1954|
|65||20||Change the World Ministries; 1984|
|65||21||Cherian, K. V.; 1963-1964|
|65||22||Chiang Kai-shek; 1975|
|65||23||Chicago Hebrew Mission; 1945|
|65||24||Children, Inc.; 1964-1965|
|65||25||Children of God; 1972-1974|
|65||26||China Bible Seminary; 1945|
|65||27||China Missionary & Evangelistic Assoc.; 1947|
|65||28||China Native Evangelistic Crusade; 1945-1947|
|65||29||Christ College & Seminary; 1954|
|65||30||Christ for the Nations; 1967-1970|
|65||31||Christian Accountants' Association; 1968|
|65||32||Christian Arts, Inc.; 1975-1976|
|65||33||Christian Assembly; 1945|
|65||34||Christian Blind Mission International; 1978|
|65||35||Christian Children's Fund; 1962-1963, 1971|
|65||36||Christian Chinese Students Fellowship; 1962|
|65||37||Christian Chiropractors Association; n.d.|
|65||38||Christian Civil Liberties Union Rita Warren; 1973-1977|
|65||39||Christian College Consortium; 1972|
|65||40||Christian College of Southern Africa; 1969-1977|
|65||41||Christian Communications Council; 1968-1972|
|97||13||Christian Communications Council; n.d.|
|66||1||Christian Dental Society; 1974|
|66||2||Christian Freedom Foundation; 1957-1969|
|66||3||The Christian Government movement; 1974|
|66||4||Christian Labor Association; 1960, n.d.|
|66||5||Christian League of South Africa; n.d.|
|66||6||Christian Literature and Bible Center (Rev. Andrew J. Losier); 1959-1960|
|66||7||Christian Literature Foundation; 1970|
|66||8||Christian Medical Missions; 1967-1973|
|66||9||Christian Mission for the Deaf; n.d.|
|66||10||Christian Missionary Fellowship; n.d.|
|66||11||Christian Missions Recruiting Service; 1967, 1969, n.d.|
|66||12||Christian Missions to the Communist World; 1987|
|66||13||Christian Peace Conference; 1977|
|66||14||Christian Pilots Association; 1973-1977|
|66||15||Christian Placement Service International; 1971-1972|
|66||16||Christian Political Union; 1972|
|66||17||Christian Prisoners' Release International; 1976|
|66||18||Christian Salvage Mission; 1964-1966|
|66||19||Christian Service, Inc.; n.d.|
|66||20||Christian Transportation Services, Inc.; 1976|
|66||21||Christian Voice; 1979|
|66||22||Christian Witness Productions, Inc.; 1966|
|66||23||Christian Witness to Jews, Inc.; 1965|
|66||24||William Christopulos Men's Worldwide Miss. Fellp.; 1970|
|66||25||Church by the Side of Road; 1944|
|66||26||Church League of America; 1970, n.d.|
|66||27||Church of God Missionary Board; 1944-1945|
|66||28||Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith; 1962|
|66||29||Circuit Riders, Inc.; 1958, 1960|
|66||30||Citizens for Better T.V. (CBTV); 1977|
|66||31||CLATT (Comite LatinoAmericano de Textos Teologicos); 1969, 1971|
|66||32||Clergy, Inc.; 1973|
|66||33||Clergy Economic Foundation; 1966-1967|
|66||34||Clevenger Missionary Research Library; 1968-1970|
|66||35||Colson, Charles; 1978|
|66||36||Communication Management Services; n.d.|
|66||37||Congo Gospel Mission; 1944-1945|
|66||38||Congo Inland Mission; 1957-1961|
|66||39||Congo Protestant Relief Agency; 1960|
|67||1||Construction Workers Christian Fellowship; 1971|
|67||2||Cooper & Company, Inc.; 1965-1967|
|67||3||Council on Continuing Education for Nurses Overseas; 1971-1973|
|67||4||Crista Ministries; 1979|
|67||5||Crusade for God and Country Against Communism; 1973|
|67||6||Cuban Evangelistic Association; 1956|
|67||7||Cumberland Presbyterian; 1944|
|67||8||Dare, John; 1967, 1971|
|67||9||Das, R. C.; 1954|
|67||10||Davy International, U.S.A.; 1965-1966|
|67||11||Desrameaux, Rene (Haiti); 1969-1970|
|67||12||Development Assistance Services; 1970-1972, 1977|
|67||13||DIA (Difusiones InterAmericanas); 1961-1966, 1975|
|67||14||Dzao, Timothy; n.d.|
|67||15||Eastern Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities; 1944|
|67||16||Ecumenical Institute; 1971, 1973|
|67||17||Egypt General Mission; 1945|
|67||18||Eleventh Hour Missionary Crusade; 1968-1973|
|67||19||Elim Missionary Society; 1945|
|67||20||European Evangelistic Crusade; 1949-1951|
|67||21||Evangel Mission, Inc.; 1944|
|67||22||Evangelical and Reformed Church; 1945|
|67||23||Evangelical Bible Seminary of Southern Africa; 1977, 1981, n.d.|
|67||24||Evangelical Enterprises (Willis Stitt); 1959-1965, 1970|
|67||25||Evangelical Fellowship of India; 1960-1971, 1980|
|67||26||Evangelical Furlough Missionary Housing Services; 1975|
|67||27||Evangelical Latin League (The) (TELL); 1963, 1965|
|67||28||Evangelical Mission for South America Armenian Spiritual Brotherhood; 1967|
|67||29||Evangelical Mission to Nations of Russia, Inc.; 1965|
|67||30||Evangelical Researchers Association; 1969|
|67||31||Evangelical University of Dominican Republic; 1970|
|67||32||Evangelise India Fellowship; 1967-1969|
|67||33||Evangelism International, Inc.; 1972, 1974|
|67||34||Evangelize China Fellowship (Andrew Gih); 1952, 1965|
|67||35||Executive Outreach; 1975-1976|
|67||36||Faith Fellowship Inc.; n.d.|
|67||37||FARM, The (Florida Beacon College) (Foreign Agricultural Relief Mission); 1977, n.d.|
|67||38||FAST International (Association for the Final Advance of Scripture Translation); 1971-1972|
|68||1||Federation of Evangelical Churches of India; 1974-1975|
|68||2||Fellowship Bible Mission; 1967|
|68||3||Fellowship of Artists for Cultural Evangelism; 1983|
|68||4||Fellowship of Christian Men; 1973, n.d.|
|68||5||Fellowship of Faith for the Moslems; 1953-1973|
|68||6||Fellowship of Missions; 1971-1975|
|68||7||First Jerusalem Convocation on Church Growth; 1974-1975|
|68||8||Flying Missionaries; 1961-1974|
|68||9||Food for the Hungry; 1971|
|68||10||Foundation for a Better World; 1974, n.d.|
|68||11||Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order; 1954, n.d.|
|68||12||Foundation of The Good Shepherd; 1957, n.d.|
|68||13||Free Methodist; 1945|
|97||14||Free University of Congo; 1967|
|68||14||Friends Africa Gospel Mission; 1944-1945|
|68||15||Friends of Israel; 1945, 1973-1977, n.d.|
|68||16||Friends of Mexico; 1966-1968|
|68||17||Fundamental Christian Association; 1944|
|68||18||Fundamental Evangelistic Association, Inc.; 1954|
|68||19||General Association of Regular Baptist Churches; n.d.|
|68||20||German Christian Mission; n.d.|
|68||21||Glynn Vivian Miners Mission; 1950, n.d.|
|68||22||God's Workshop; 1974|
|68||23||Good News Fellowship (Methodists); 1977|
|68||24||Gospel Crusaders; 1966|
|68||25||Gospel Furthering Fellowship, Inc.; 1944|
|68||26||Gospel Projects, Inc.; 1965|
|68||27||Go-Ye Fellowship; 1954|
|68||28||Grant, W. V.; n.d.|
|68||29||Great Commission Evangelistic Association; 1971|
|68||30||Greater Mexican Missions, Inc.; n.d.|
|68||31||Greek American Missionary Assoc.; 1945|
|68||32||Green Lake '71; 1971|
|68||33||Guatemala - Evangelical Missionary Agency; 1985|
|68||34||Haan, Kilsoo; 1941-1966|
|68||35||Haiti Inland Mission; 1953-1956, 1969|
|68||36||Hand to Heaven Evangelistic Assoc. Joseph Uhring; 1957-1960|
|68||37||Haskin, Dorothy C.; 1971|
|68||38||Hebrew Christian Alliance; 1954|
|68||39||Hebron Mission; n.d.|
|68||40||Help For A Hungry World; 1967-1968|
|68||41||Hephzibah Faith Missionary Assoc.; 1945|
|68||42||India National Inland Mission; 1964-1967, 1980, 1982|
|68||43||Indigenous Mission of Christ; 1970|
|68||44||INFO Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Inter-mission News...Far-Reaching Opportunities); 1972-1975, n.d.|
|69||1||Institute for Advanced Christian Studies (The); 1968-1975|
|69||2||Institute for International Development; 1971|
|69||3||Institute in Basic Youth Conflict; 1974, 1980|
|69||4||Institute of Missions; 1954, 1963|
|69||5||Interdenominational Center for Missionary Orientation; 1966|
|69||6||International Afghan Mission; 1972|
|69||7||International Everlasting Gospel Mission; 1979-1980|
|69||8||International Missions Inc. formerly India Mission; 1944, 1954|
|69||9||International Christian Leadership; 1954-1963, 1974|
|69||10||International Christian Leprosy Mission; 1945-1974|
|69||11||International Church and Missionary Association (Italy); 1971|
|69||12||International Church of the Foursquare Gospel; 1944|
|69||13||International Council of Christian Churches; 1948-1974|
|69||14||International Dental Institute; 1965, 1969|
|69||15||International Grenfell Assoc.; 1945|
|69||16||International Miners' Mission; 1971|
|69||17||International Pentecostal Assemblies; 1944-1954|
|69||18||International Schools Services; 1977, n.d.|
|69||19||International Self-Help Partners; 1974-1975|
|69||20||Irish Evangelistic Mission; 1964-1965|
|69||22||Island Missionary Society; 1944|
|69||23||Israel's Evangelistic Mission, Inc.; 1963-1964|
|69||24||Issachar; 1983, n.d.|
|69||25||Japan for Christ Crusade; 1957-1958|
|69||26||Jeffers, W. T.; 1965, 1976|
|69||27||Jesus Only movement; 1965, n.d.|
|69||28||Jesus People; 1971-1974|
|69||29||Jetter, Joe; 1970|
|69||30||Jewish Evangelical Witness; 1954, 1973|
|69||31||John Birch Society; 1961-1962, 1972|
|69||32||Koinonia Foundation; 1958, 1962, 1977|
|69||33||Kompaore Daniel (Upper Volta); 1963-1964|
|70||1||Korea Foreign Missions Association; 1973|
|70||2||Korea International Mission; 1974|
|70||3||Korean Christian Mission; 1945|
|70||4||La Jeunesse Et La Bible; 1975|
|70||5||Lahore Bible Institute India and Pakistan; 1959-1964|
|70||6||Lam, Nora; 1975|
|70||7||LAOS (Laymen's Overseas Sevice); 1964-1970|
|70||8||Latin American Fellowship, Inc.; 1963-1964|
|70||9||Latin Christian Mission; 1961|
|70||10||Laubach Literacy; 1960-1963|
|70||11||Laurel Heights; 1971, 1977, n.d.|
|70||12||Laymen's Missionary Movement; 1945|
|70||13||LEAL (Literatura Evangelica para America Latina); 1956|
|70||14||Le Sabre Film Productions; 1970|
|70||15||Les Amis des Missions; 1976|
|70||16||Lew, Ben David; 1964|
|70||17||Liebenzell Mission; 1955|
|70||18||Life in the Spirit; 1973|
|70||19||Life Messengers, Inc.; 1965-1969|
|70||20||Lifeline Youth Homes; 1971|
|70||21||Light of Israel; 1945|
|70||22||Lighthouse Christian Travel; 1974|
|70||23||Like a Mighty Army, Inc.; 1977, n.d.|
|70||24||Lincoln School; n.d.|
|70||25||Linguaphone of America; 1970|
|70||26||Link-Care Foundation; 1970-1976|
|70||27||Link Service; n.d.|
|70||28||Lithuanian Missionary Association; 1946|
|70||29||Little Children Mission; 1969|
|70||30||Living Bibles International; n.d.|
|70||31||Living Scriptures, Inc.; 1977|
|70||32||Living Tapes; 1966|
|70||33||LOGOI; n.d.; n.d.|
|70||34||Lord's Day Alliance; 1967|
|70||35||Louis Neibauer Co., Inc.; 1972-1974, n.d.|
|70||36||Louisville Hebrew Christian Fellowship; 1965|
|70||37||T. L. Lowery Evangelistic Association; 1963-1965|
|70||38||Lutheran Augustana Synod; n.d.|
|70||39||Lutheran Bible Translators; 1970, 1977|
|70||40||Lutheran Churches in America; n.d.|
|70||41||MacArthur Freedom Association Kenosha, Wisconsin; 1971|
|70||42||Mahon Mission; n.d.|
|70||43||Mailgram Service Center; 1977|
|71||1||Malmin, Edward and Judy; n.d.|
|71||2||Management Development Associates; 1969-1970|
|71||3||Manarah Society Beirut, Lebanon; 1966-1969|
|71||4||MAP (World Missionary Assistance Plan); 1975-1977|
|71||5||Maranatha Baptist Mission; 1968|
|71||6||Maranatha Ministries; n.d.|
|71||7||Maranatha Missionary Aviation; 1962-1963|
|71||8||Martin, Harold George; 1967|
|71||9||Maximum Missions Evangelistic Assoc., Inc.; 1964|
|71||10||McIntire, Carl; 1969|
|71||11||McKnelly, Charles; 1966|
|71||12||Meals for Millions; 1956, n.d.|
|71||13||Media & Missions; 1971|
|71||14||Medical and Surgical Relief Committee; 1967|
|71||15||Medical Assistance Program (MAP) (see Christian Medical Society); 1965-1970|
|71||16||Medical Consultants Incorporated; 1977|
|71||17||Medical Group Missions; 1972|
|71||18||Medicines for Missions, Inc.; 1967|
|71||19||Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities; 1944-1964|
|71||20||Mennonite Brethren Church; 1965-1969|
|71||21||Mennonite Economic Development Associates; 1971|
|72||1||Merriam, Chet; 1969|
|72||2||Messianic Jews, Int.; 1973-1975, n.d.|
|72||3||Metropolitan Church Assoc.; 1945|
|72||4||Mexican Evangelical Association; 1958, 1961|
|72||5||Mexican Evangelistic Mission; n.d.|
|72||6||Mexican Faith Mission; 1946|
|72||7||Mexican Indian Mission; 1945-1959|
|72||8||Mexican Indian Training Center Alfred B. Lau; 1967|
|72||9||Mexican Militant Mission; 1959, 1968, n.d.|
|72||10||Mexico Missionary Services; 1964-1967|
|72||11||Miami Christian School; 1966|
|72||12||MIC - ministers' information (Ministers Information and Communication); n.d.|
|72||13||Michelson, A. U.; 1953-1970|
|72||14||Middle East Christian Outreach; 1976, 1978|
|72||15||Mid-Missions; 1952, n.d.|
|72||16||Ministerial Training Faith Homes; 1955|
|72||17||Minnesota Bible Fellowship; 1963-1972|
|72||18||Miracle Temple of Faith Washington, D. C.; 1977|
|72||19||Miscellaneous Organizations/Individuals; 1970|
|72||20||Mision Medica Independiente; 1967, n.d.|
|72||21||Mission Center International; 1976|
|73||1||Mission Projects Fellowship, Inc.; 1968-1975|
|73||2||Mission Services Association; 1975|
|73||3||Mission to Children (The); 1967, 1972|
|73||4||Mission to Europe's Millions; 1967-1968|
|73||5||Mission to Lepers; 1960-1962|
|73||6||Mission to Mexico, Inc.; 1963|
|73||7||Mission to Orphans; n.d.|
|73||8||Mission Village--Helping Others to Help Themselves; 1968|
|73||9||Missionary Associates; 1963|
|73||10||Mission Aviation Fellowship; 1951-1973|
|73||11||Missionary Bible College; 1964|
|73||12||Missionary Centre - Amsterdam; n.d.|
|73||13||Missionary Church Association; 1961-1969|
|73||14||Missionary Communications, Inc. Sterling, VA; n.d.|
|73||15||Missionary Diagnostic & Treatment Center Chicago, Ill.; 1953|
|73||16||Missionary Electronics, Inc.; 1962, 1970|
|73||17||Missionary Engineering, Inc.; 1959|
|73||18||Missionary Equipment Service; 1954, 1957|
|73||19||Missionary Expediters; 1955|
|73||20||Missionary Film Associates; 1969|
|73||21||Missionary Flights, Inc.; 1966|
|73||22||Missionary Furlough Homes Foundation; 1964-1965|
|73||23||Missionary Health Institute; 1969|
|73||24||Missionary Health Program (of the Christian Medical Society); 1967-1968|
|73||25||Missionary Internship; 1953-1972|
|73||26||Missionary Leasing Company (Cars); 1979|
|73||27||Missionary Letter Service; n.d.|
|73||28||Missionary Prayer & Literature Fellowship; 1964|
|73||29||Missionary Prayer League Brooklyn, N. Y.; 1944, 1965|
|73||30||Missionary Research Library; 1968|
|73||31||Missionary Residences; 1972|
|73||32||Missionary Revival Crusades Ost; 1964-1967|
|73||33||Missionary Revolution Magazine; 1963|
|73||34||Missionary Service Organization; 1972|
|73||35||Missionary Supply Lines; 1954, 1962|
|73||36||Missionary Task Force; 1963|
|73||37||Missionary Wheels; 1972, 1977|
|73||38||Missionary World Service and Evangelism; 1975|
|73||40||Missions Advanced Research & Communication Center; 1967|
|74||1||MARC: Missions Executive Seminar, 3/31 - 4/1/67|
|74||2||MARC: Papers; 1967-1968, n.d.|
|74||3||Missions for Multitudes; n.d.|
|74||4||Missions, Inc.; 1962|
|74||5||Missions Televised, Inc.; n.d.|
|74||6||Missions Today, Inc.; n.d.|
|74||7||Missions United States & Mexico, Inc.; 1972|
|74||8||Modern Paul Reveres; 1954-1955|
|74||9||Monterey Institute of Foreign Studies; 1961-1962|
|74||10||Moody Institute of Science; 1964|
|74||11||Moral Re-armament; 1961, n.d.|
|74||12||Mormon Church; 1966, 1974|
|74||13||Mt. Carmel Christian School -- (Ohio); 1964|
|74||14||Muslim World Evangelical Literature Service; 1970, 1973|
|74||15||Nandam, K. K.; 1969|
|74||16||Narramore, Clyde; 1963-1965|
|74||17||National Association for Christian Political Action; 1972, n.d.|
|74||18||National Association for Media Evangelism (NAME); n.d.|
|74||19||National Association of Christians in Social Work; 1974-1976|
|74||20||National Association of Manufacturers; 1955-1958|
|75||1||National Black Evangelical Association; 1966, 1974, n.d.|
|75||2||National Christian Association; 1962|
|75||3||National Committee for Responsible Patriotism; 1967|
|75||4||National Conference on Citizens Rights in Broadcasting; 1970|
|75||5||National Council for International Health; 1976|
|75||6||National Council of Churches; 1966, 1977, n.d.|
|75||7||National Evangelical Church (Costa Rica); 1965|
|75||8||National Evangelicals; 1967|
|75||9||National Freedom Education Center; n.d.|
|75||10||National Holiness Association; 1961|
|75||11||National Home Missions Fellowship; 1959-1975|
|75||12||National Institute of Christian Healing; 1955|
|75||13||National Presbyterian Church; 1973|
|75||14||National Religious Broadcasters; 1955-1971|
|75||15||National Right to Work Committee; 1960, 1977|
|75||16||Native Missionary; 1964-1973|
|75||18||Near and Far Aid; 1963|
|75||19||Abner Nelson; 1971|
|75||20||New Directions; 1977|
|75||21||New Life Crusade; 1963-1964|
|75||22||New Life Evangelistic Association; 1976|
|75||23||New Life for All; 1970, n.d.|
|75||24||New Testament Missionary Fellowship; 1973|
|75||25||New Testament Missionary Union; 1959, 1964|
|75||27||Nichols, John P.; 1972|
|75||28||Nigerian Association for Farm Assistance; 1975|
|75||29||Non-church Movement of Japan; 1960|
|75||30||Nordfors, M. A.; 1960|
|75||31||NORM (National Organization for Raw Materials, Inc.); 1977|
|75||32||Normanhurst (England); n.d.|
|75||33||North Africa Mission; 1962|
|75||34||North African Crusades, Inc.; 1963, 1966|
|75||35||North America Indian Mission (formerly Marine Medical Mission); 1966|
|75||36||North American Baptist General Conference; 1970|
|75||37||North American Christian Convention; 1964|
|75||38||North East India General Mission, Inc.; 1944-1945|
|75||39||Norwegian Lutheran Church of America; 1944|
|75||41||Odell, Jeanne; 1975|
|75||42||OMS International (The Oriental Missionary Society); 1940-1973|
|75||43||Open Air Campaigners; 1970|
|76||1||Open Bible Standard Missions; n.d.|
|76||2||Open Door Missionary Fellowship; 1965, 1974|
|76||3||Operation Connection; 1968|
|76||4||Operation Crossroads; 1964|
|76||5||Operation Handclasp; 1977|
|76||6||Operation Heartbeat; 1975-1976|
|76||7||Operation Outreach (Morgan Hodges); 1973-1975|
|76||8||Operation Patriot; 1966|
|76||9||Operation Totonac; 1967|
|76||10||Operation World; 1966|
|76||11||Oregon Yearly Meeting of Friends Church; 1945, 1962|
|76||12||Oriental Evangelical Fellowship; 1965, n.d.|
|76||13||Oriental Gospel Mission; n.d.|
|76||14||Orinoco River Mission; 1945, 1960|
|76||15||Osborn, T. L.; 1966-1977|
|76||16||Ost, A. B.; 1966, 1980|
|76||17||Outreach, Inc.; 1974|
|76||18||Outreach International; 1968-1969|
|76||19||Overseas Crusades; 1964, 1972, n.d,|
|76||20||Overseas Ministries Study Center; 1973-1975|
|76||21||Pacific Broadcasting Association; n.d.|
|76||22||Pacific Orient Broadcasting Co.; n.d.|
|76||23||Pallottine Missionaries; 1967-1976|
|76||24||Pan America Mission, Inc.; 1966-1967|
|76||25||Pan American Literature Mission, Inc.; 1972|
|76||26||Pan-American Missionary Society; 1962-1973|
|76||27||Panamerican Christian Network; 1953, 1956|
|76||28||Pan-Pacific Children's Centers, Inc.; 1953, n.d.|
|76||29||Papal Volunteers for Latin America; 1961|
|76||30||Partake, Inc.; 1961, n.d.|
|76||31||Partnership in Mission; 1975, 1981|
|76||32||Patkai Christian College; 1974|
|76||33||Paul Carlson Medical Center; 1970|
|76||34||Peace for Israel, Inc.; 1972|
|76||35||Peace Ship Fund; 1972|
|76||36||Pedigo, Ray T. Missions to Japan, Inc.; 1959, n.d.|
|76||37||Peniel Missionary Society; 1945|
|76||38||Dave Penney, Agricultural; n.d.|
|76||39||Pentecostal Assemblies of the World; 1945|
|76||40||Pentecostal Church of God in America (Joplin, Mo.); 1967|
|76||41||Pentecostal Jewish Mission; 1961-1962|
|76||42||People's Radio Association; 1964|
|76||43||People-to-People Health Foundation; 1967|
|76||44||Personal Christianity; 1961|
|76||45||Peruvian Interior Mission; n.d.|
|76||46||Philadelphia Association for Christian Schools; 1973|
|76||47||Philippine Evangelical Enterprise, Inc.; 1965|
|76||48||Philippine Gospel Association; 1951-1952|
|76||49||Philippine Missions, Inc.; 1963|
|76||50||Philippine Spiritual Healings; 1973|
|76||51||Philippines Faith Mission; 1947|
|76||52||Pierce, Bob; 1971, 1978|
|76||53||Pilgrim Progress Gospel Band; 1963|
|76||54||Pilgrim's Mission; 1948, 1970|
|77||1||Pioneer Gospel Mission; 1959|
|77||2||Pioneer Mission Agency; 1960|
|77||3||Planned Parenthood Association; 1952, 1957, n.d.|
|77||4||Plymouth Brethren; 1959|
|77||5||Pocket Testament League; 1962, n.d.|
|77||6||Poona & Indian Village Mission; n.d.|
|77||7||Portable Recording Ministries, Inc.; n.d.|
|77||8||Practical Missionary Training, Inc.; 1959, 1970|
|77||9||Presbyterians United for Biblical Confession; n.d.|
|77||10||Prison Mission Association; 1960-1972|
|77||11||Pro Plan Consulting Firm; 1972|
|77||12||Process Church of the Final Judgment; 1971|
|77||13||Procurement Service, Inc.; n.d.|
|77||14||Project Outreach, Inc.; 1967, n.d.|
|77||15||Protestant Efforts to Combat World Hunger; 1975-1976|
|77||16||Protestant Youth Organization; 1972|
|77||17||Psycon, Inc.; n.d.|
|77||18||Radio of Free Asia; 1970-1971|
|77||20||Ramabai Mukti Mission; 1945, 1970, n.d.|
|77||21||Ravemcco; 1961, 1964|
|77||22||Reach International; 1975-1976|
|77||23||REAP Mission, Inc. (Reinforcing Evangelists and Aiding Pastors); 1967-1974|
|77||24||Reapers of the Harvest; 1963-1965|
|77||25||Reapers' Fellowship (Philadelphia, Pa.); 1958|
|77||26||Red Sea Desert Development Society; 1973|
|77||27||Red Sea Mission Team; 1970, 1974|
|77||28||Redeemer's Witness; 1965|
|77||29||Reformation Translation Fellowship; n.d.|
|77||30||Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod; 1977|
|77||31||Refugee Evangelistic Association; 1955|
|77||32||Regions Beyond Missionary Union; 1951|
|77||33||Release the World for Christ, Inc.; n.d.|
|77||34||Religion and Communism; 1976-1978|
|77||35||Religion in American Life; 1970, n.d.|
|77||36||Rennies Mill Student Aid Project Hong Kong; 1965-1966|
|77||37||Retiral Homes; 1971-1977|
|77||38||Reyner, Laurie T.; 1963|
|77||39||Rio Grande Bible Institute; 1955-1958|
|77||40||Ripaud, Clement Belgium; 1967|
|77||41||Rissho Kosei-kai; n.d.|
|77||42||Roberts, Jim; 1976|
|77||43||Robertson, Pat; 1978|
|77||44||Rock, The; 1970|
|77||45||Rock Springs Navajo Mission; 1960|
|77||46||Roman Catholicism; 1963-1978|
|77||47||Ronald H. Plant Productions; 1972|
|77||48||Rose of Sharon, Inc.; 1983|
|77||49||Roumanian Missionary Society; n.d.|
|77||50||Rountree, Martha (Leadership Foundation); 1975-1976|
|78||1||Russia for Christ; 1970-1973|
|78||2||Russian Christian Relief Society, Inc.; 1945-1946|
|78||3||Russian Evangelistic Association; 1959-1960|
|78||4||St. Labre Indian School; 1971-1974|
|78||5||Saint Petersburg Bible Institute; 1947, n.d.|
|78||6||Salesian Missions; 1970-1971|
|78||7||Saloff-Astakhoff, N. I. (Rev.); 1965|
|78||8||Samaritan Missionary Association, Inc.; 1945, 1961|
|78||9||Santamaria, Jaime; n.d.|
|78||10||Satellite Christian Institute; 1970-1972|
|78||11||Save the Children Federation, Inc.; n.d.|
|78||12||School of the Spirit Tapes; 1971|
|78||13||Schweitzer, Albert; 1961|
|78||14||Scripture Memory Mt. Mission; n.d.|
|78||15||Scripture Press; 1960, 1968|
|78||16||Scripture Truth Society (and Messengers of Christ League); 1954|
|78||17||Scripture Union; 1961-1962|
|78||18||Second Coming, Inc.; 1971, n.d.|
|78||19||Self Help; 1955-1973|
|78||20||Seminar Workshops for Women; 1973-1978|
|78||21||Send the Light; 1961|
|78||23||Service to Missions; 1970|
|78||24||Serving Missionaries Overseas; 1965|
|78||25||Seventh-Day Adventists; 1976, n.d.|
|78||26||Seventh Day Baptist Missionary Society; 1944|
|78||27||Seventh Day Baptists; n.d.|
|78||28||Shepherd's Bethel, Inc.; 1973-1976|
|78||29||Shiloh Christian Ministries, Inc.; 1976|
|78||30||Shishak, Tuisem A.; 1972-1973|
|78||31||Short Term Missionary Work; 1975|
|78||32||Short Terms Abroad; 1965, 1973|
|78||33||Sierra Leone Bible College; 1964|
|78||34||The Slavic Mission (Sweden); 1975|
|78||35||Slavic Missionary Service; 1963-1978|
|78||36||Smith Kline & French foreign fellowships; n.d.|
|78||37||Society of Christian Action; 1972, 1975|
|78||38||Soka Gakkai; 1966-1967|
|79||1||Soldiers of Christ; 1962-1966|
|79||2||Solzhenitsyn, Alexander; 1975-1976|
|79||4||Source of Light Mission; 1957-1977|
|79||5||South Africa General Mission; 1945, 1964|
|79||6||South America Indian Mission, Inc.; 1944, 1951|
|79||7||South America Mission; 1970|
|79||8||South American Missionary Society; 1963|
|79||9||South American National Evangelicals; 1958|
|79||10||South East Asia Evangelizing Mission; 1977|
|79||11||Southeast Asian Missions; 1977|
|79||12||Southern Baptist Convention; 1969, n.d.|
|79||13||Southern European Mission; 1955|
|79||14||Southern Mexico Mission; n.d.|
|79||15||Southern Spanish Mission; 1957|
|79||16||Space Age Village Evangelism (SAVE); 1966|
|79||17||Spanish America Inland Mission; 1956-1970|
|79||18||Spanish Evangelical Educational Crusade; 1979|
|79||19||Spanish Evangelical Mission Netherlands; 1964-1968|
|79||20||Spanish Evangelistic Crusades; n.d.|
|79||21||Spanish Language Institute San Jose, Costa Rica; 1972|
|79||22||Spanish Language School Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico; 1966-1973|
|79||23||Spanish Language School - Guatemala; 1976, n.d.|
|79||24||Spanish Pioneer Mission; 1966|
|79||25||Spanish World Gospel Mission, Inc.; 1961-1972|
|79||26||Gene America Stanley---America For Christ; 1955-1956|
|79||27||Dept. of State Foreign Policy Conference (NGO)-3/28-29/72|
|79||28||Stearns - The D.M. Stearns Missionary Fund; 1978|
|79||30||Step 2, Inc.; 1972-1976|
|79||32||Stonecroft Ministries; n.d.|
|79||33||Student Mission, The (Venez.); 1973|
|79||34||Student Press Association; 1970|
|79||35||Sudan Interior Mission; n.d.|
|79||36||Swift, Dr. Wesley A.; 1953|
|79||37||Taize Brothers; 1974|
|79||38||Tangier Bible Fellowship; 1961-1962|
|79||39||TAP Teachers Abroad Program; n.d.|
|79||41||Clinton H. Tasker; 1969, n.d.|
|79||42||Teaching Abroad; 1969, n.d.|
|79||43||TEAM (The Ethnic American Movement); 1976-1977|
|79||44||TEAM (The Evangelical Alliance Mission); 1960|
|79||45||Tebow, Robert R.; n.d.|
|79||46||Technical Assistance Mission, Imlay City, Mich.; 1976|
|79||47||Technical Missions; n.d.|
|80||1||Technique Inter-Mission; 1969-1970|
|80||3||Teen Challenge; n.d.|
|80||4||Teen-Crusades; 1966, 1969|
|80||5||Teen Haven Washington, D. C.; 1977-1978, n.d.|
|80||6||Teen Missions, Inc.; 1973-1977|
|80||7||Teen World; 1962, n.d.|
|80||9||Telling the Truth; 1979|
|80||10||TEMA (The European Missionary Association); 1984|
|80||11||The Temple of Understanding; 1968-1970|
|80||12||TESCA (The Evangelical Schools of Central America); 1959, n.d.|
|80||13||Third Century Report; 1976-1977|
|80||14||Thom, Robert; 1975|
|80||15||Tokyo Bible Center; 1954|
|80||16||Tom Skinner Associates; 1975-1976|
|80||17||Toronto Christian Mission; 1971|
|80||18||Toronto Institute of Linguistics; 1971, 1973|
|80||19||TRACI (Theological Research And Communication Intitute); n.d.|
|80||20||Trans-Canada Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches; 1963|
|80||21||Trans World Radio; 1964, n.d.|
|80||22||Transformation International Enterprise (T.I.E.); 1986|
|80||23||Travel Lighthouse to Lighthouse Fellowship; n.d.|
|80||24||Triversal Industries International; 1972|
|80||25||Truth Christian School; 1967|
|80||26||Ukrainian Evangelical Alliance of North America; 1959-1963|
|80||27||Ukrainian Missionary and Bible Society; 1960|
|80||28||Underground Christian Missions, Inc.; 1977|
|80||29||UNELAM (Unidad Evangelica Latino Americana); 1973|
|80||30||Unevangelized Tribes Mission, Inc.; 1944, 1960|
|80||31||Union Biblical Seminary -- Yeotmal, India; 1953-1964|
|97||15||Union Biblical Seminary; 1962|
|80||32||Union Seminary: Buenos Aires 1967|
|80||33||United Bible Societies; n.d.|
|80||34||United Black Independent Churches in Africa South of the Sahara; 1975-1976|
|80||35||United Brethren in Christ; 1944|
|80||36||United Christian Action; 1974|
|80||37||United Christian Ministerial Association; 1973-1974|
|80||38||United Christian Mission to Nepal; 1954|
|80||39||United Christian Missionary Society; 1944|
|80||40||United Dry Association of Oklahoma; n.d.|
|80||41||United Faith Mission; 1959|
|80||42||United Free Gospel & Missionary Soc.; 1944|
|80||43||United Lutheran Church in America; 1945|
|80||44||United Mission to Nepal; 1959-1970|
|80||45||United Missionary Fellowship; n.d.|
|80||46||United Missionary Services, Inc.; 1967, n.d.|
|80||47||United Missionary Society; 1944-1945|
|81||1||United Pentecostal Church, Intl.; 1974, 1978|
|81||2||United Pentecostal Council of Assemblies of God; 1971, 1974|
|81||3||United Presbyterian Center for Mission Studies; 1972-1974|
|81||4||United States Catholic Mission Council; 1974|
|81||5||United World Mission; 1957-1962|
|81||6||Unity Center of Christianity Washington, DC; 1979|
|81||7||Universal Life Church; 1969, 1981|
|81||9||Universalist Church of America; 1944-1945|
|81||10||Universite Libre du Congo; 1969|
|81||11||Urbancsok, Edward S.; 1963, 1966|
|81||12||Vatican Council II, 1964|
|81||14||VITA (Volunteers for International Technical Assistance); 1974|
|81||15||Voice of Calvary Ministries; 1977|
|81||16||(The) Voice of the Hills; 1964|
|81||17||von Keyserling, Henry; 1975|
|81||18||Wagen, Werner; 1965|
|81||19||Waikiki Beach Chaplaincy; 1974|
|81||20||Waldensian Institutions; 1953|
|81||21||Wang, Leland; 1954, n.d.|
|81||22||Wardell, Don (make slides); n.d.|
|81||23||Washington Bible College; 1965, n.d.|
|81||24||Washington Monitor, Inc.; 1977, n.d.|
|81||25||Washington Report; 1970|
|81||26||Wayside Harvesters; 1959|
|82||1||We Go, Inc.; 1984|
|82||2||Welcome House; n.d.|
|82||3||Welfare of the Blind, Inc.; 1958, 1966|
|82||4||Wesleyan Church; 1968, 1971|
|82||5||Wesleyan Methodist Church; 1959-1960|
|82||6||West Africa Gospel Publishing Society; 1945|
|82||7||Westminster Films; 1955|
|82||8||Westmont College; 1965|
|82||9||Wheaton College; n.d.|
|82||10||Wheaton Declaration, Study Papers, Book; 1966-1967|
|82||11||White Harvest Mission; n.d.|
|82||12||William Sloane House YMCA; 1973|
|82||13||Williamson, Roger B.; 1976|
|82||14||Willie George Ministries; n.d.|
|82||15||Wilson, Ernest; 1971|
|82||16||Winona Lake Christian Assembly; 1968|
|82||18||Witness Art; n.d.|
|82||19||Witnesses of Christ; n.d.|
|82||20||WIVV Radio; n.d.|
|82||21||Woman's Missionary Society; 1945|
|82||22||Woman's Union Missionary Society; 1944, 1971|
|82||23||Word of Life; 1977-1978|
|82||24||World Bible Study Fellowship, Inc.; 1952, 1954|
|82||25||World Challenge, Inc. David Wilkerson Crusades; 1974, 1981|
|82||26||World Christian Evangelization Society of Illinois, U.S.A.; 1969|
|82||27||World Christian Training Center; 1970, n.d.|
|82||28||World Clothing Fund, Inc.; 1965, n.d.|
|82||29||World Council of Churches [WCC]; 1971-1976|
|82||30||WCC General Assembly Nairobi December 1975; 1975-1976|
|83||1||WCC: New Delhi - 1961; 1961, 1972|
|83||2||WCC: Uppsala 1968|
|83||3||World Data Handbook; n.d.|
|83||4||World Evangelical Fellowship; 1974-1977|
|83||5||World Evangelism, Inc. Morris Cerullo, San Diego; 1968-1970|
|83||6||World Evangelistic Crusade; 1959-1963|
|83||7||World Fellowship of Muslims and Christians; 1957|
|83||8||World Fellowship of Slavic Evangelical Christians; 1954-1963|
|83||9||World Gospel Crusades; 1966|
|83||10||World Harvest Evangelism, Inc.; 1958|
|83||11||World Medical Relief Agency; 1964|
|83||12||World Mercy Fund; 1974, 1977|
|83||13||World Ministries, Inc.; 1974|
|83||14||World Mission Center; 1976|
|83||15||World Mission Prayer League; 1945|
|83||16||World Missionary Assistance Plan; 1970-1974|
|83||17||World Missionary Press; 1970, 1976|
|83||18||World Missions (Burnie Davis); 1970|
|83||19||World Missions, Inc. (Leonard Bell); 1963-1976|
|83||20||World Missions Research Center of Dallas; n.d.|
|83||21||World Opportunities; 1969-1970|
|83||22||World Radio Missionary Fellowship; 1956-1969|
|83||23||World Relief Commission; 1972-1973, n.d.|
|83||24||World Renewal, Inc.; 1974|
|83||25||World Service Associates; 1972|
|83||26||World Vision International; 1970-1978|
|83||27||World Wide Evangelism (Schneider); 1966, 1977|
|83||28||World Wide Evangelism (Voronaeff); 1967|
|83||29||World Wide Faith Missions; 1966|
|84||1||World Wide Mission Caravan; 1958|
|84||2||World Wide Prayer & Missionary Union; 1944, 1952|
|84||3||World's Faith Missionary Association; 1964|
|84||4||World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union; 1944|
|84||5||World-Wide Direct Missionary Evangelism, Inc.; 1967|
|84||6||World-Wide Missionary Crusader; 1965-1966|
|84||7||World-Wide Missionary Effort; 1966, n.d.|
|84||8||Worldwide European Fellowship; 1959|
|84||9||Worldwide Evangelization Crusade; 1944, 1964|
|84||10||Worldwide Grace Testimony; 1945|
|84||11||Worldwide Missionary Evangelism; 1958|
|84||12||Radio Station WQIZ, Inc.; 1968-1969|
|84||13||Young Life; 1977|
|84||14||Young People of America, Inc.; 1968|
|84||15||Youth Development, Inc.; 1966|
|84||16||Youth for Christ International; 1946|
|84||17||Youth Guidance, Inc.; n.d.|
|84||18||Youth With a Mission; 1966-1979|
|84||19||Yugoslov Bible Mission; n.d.|
|VII. Protestants in Roman Catholic Countries (Colombia & Spain)|
|86||10||1963, 1965-1969, n.d.|
|87||10||C&MA Cases; 1947, 1949|
|98||7||Court Cases; 1960|
|87||12||Court Cases; 1960-1963|
|87||13||Letter Campaign; 1957|
|98||8||Letter Campaign; 1957|
|87||14||Mission-Owned Property; 1957|
|87||15||Postal Stoppage; 1956-1958|
|88||2||Schools - clippings; 1961-1963|
|88||3||Searing, Robert (Rev.); 1948-1950|
|98||22||1965-1968, 1974, n.d.|
|VIII. Countries Files|
|100||6||Clippings; 1961, 1975|
|100||14||British Guiana; 1954|
|100||17||Chile; 1971, 1974|
|102||4||Congo: Visa problems; 1963-1967|
|102||8||White House Briefing; 1962|
|102||9||Dominican Republic; n.d.|
|103||3||Europe; 1962, 1969|
|103||4||French West Africa; 1957, n.d.|
|103||5||Ghana; 1957-1959, 1962|
|103||9||Guatemala; 1953-1963, 1968|
|103||11||Haiti; 1958-1963, 1972|
|103||12||Hong Kong; 1962|
|103||14||Clippings; 1959-1963, 1971|
|104||1||Expulsion of Baptist General Conference missionaries; 1967, 1973|
|104||2||Exchange Act; 1972-1974|
|104||3||Indonesia; 1959-1973, n.d.|
|104||4||Israel; 1955, 1961, 1973|
|99||2||"The Bible Is Not a Roman Catholic Book"; 1952|
|105||1||Ivory Coast; 1962-1963|
|105||6||Clippings; 1951, 1958-1963|
|105||7||Japan Harvest; 1963, 1969|
|99||3||"Las Garantias Constitucionales en Peligro!!"; 1951|
|106||8||Nepal; 1960, 1970|
|107||6||Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique); 1956-1961|
|107||10||Sikkim: Clippings; 1968|
|107||12||Clippings; 1952, 1959|
|108||1||Taiwan; 1954-1961, 1984-1985|
|108||5||Clippings; 1963-1965, 1971, 1976|