Have you ever been asked to do something new? odd? different? Do you, in spite of your gifts/talents, shrink back a bit when tasked with something that feels bigger than you? I'm sure you don't - but I sure do. There is something about stepping out into some new ministry when you've had success … Continue reading No More Fear!
The Chinns did not choose to serve in Africa because they are black – they chose Africa because they were called!
Lulu was born 1862 as a slave in Florida. In 1887 she became a missionary teacher in Congo. The students were being introduced to Jesus because of Lulu's ministry to them. The school had 49 students and many of them came to Christ through Lulu's ministry to them. "This seems a poor report…and perhaps many … Continue reading Louise (“Lulu”) Cecilia Fleming; Congo (served from 1887 – 1899)
George Brown preached to at least 8 people groups in Liberia. He faced much persecution because of his success at reaching the kings of those peoples.
William Henry Sheppard was born in Virginia; 1865. In 1880, at the age of 15, he enrolled at the Hampton Institute - Virginia; graduated in 1883. After Hampton Institute Sheppard attended the Tuscaloosa Theological Institute, now Stillman College. He completed his studies at Tuscaloosa Theological Institute in 1886, and was ordained as a Presbyterian minister … Continue reading William Henry Sheppard – Congo; served 1890 – 1910