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Christian mission founded by on her brothers’ sugar Florence Young plantation in Queensland led her to make annual trips to the Solomon Islands for twenty years?
, the third-largest religious affiliation in the South Seas Evangelical Church Solomon Islands, traces its history to a mission for Kanakas in Queensland, Australia?
, chief of the Ruatara Ngā Puhi, hosted the first Christian mission in New Zealand in 1814?
, a Anthony Baldinucci Jesuit priest, often carried a cross and wore heavy chains while walking barefoot into towns where he was conducting missions?
, the founder and abbess of a new religious order, was one of the first women to establish Anne-Marie Javouhey missions in Africa?
bishop was one of the first David of Basra Christian missionaries to India, circa 300 CE?
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Question 1: One of the first Christian ________ was St. Paul.
Question 2: The definition is
claimed to summarize the acts of ________' ministry, which is taken as a model
motivation for all ministries.
Question 3: ________ followed disciplines and
supported missions, libraries and practical research, all of which
were perceived as works to reduce human misery and suffering, thus
enhancing the reputation of God.
Question 4: He became a missionary to the Housatonic
Native Americans and a staunch advocate for them against ________.
Question 6: Particularly in
rural Australia, missions have become localities or ghettoes on the edges of towns
which are home to many ________.
Question 7: Then they preached to them in those languages ( Quechua, Guarani, ________) instead of Spanish, to
keep Indians away from "sinful" whites.
Question 8: With the Papal
bull ________ the patronage for the
propagation of the Christian faith in Asia was given to the
Portuguese, who were rewarded with the right of conquest.
Question 9: One of
the quietest, yet most far-reaching services provided by
missionaries started with the Each one, teach one ________ program begun by Dr.
Question 10: This is the famous
"three-self" formula formuladte by Henry Venn of
the London ________ in the 19th century.