Black Missionary History Althea Brown Edmiston. Congo. Served 1902 - 1937
Eliza Davis George served in Liberia, 1913 to 1972. Eliza Davis George was born in 1879. In December 1913 she left Texas for New York; and on December 12, 1913, she sailed from New York to Liberia as a National Baptist missionary. Eliza and another missionary opened a school for children in the interior of Liberia, … Continue reading Eliza Davis George. Liberia. 1913 – 1917
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
The Chinns did not choose to serve in Africa because they are black – they chose Africa because they were called!