J. Hudson Taylor
J. Hudson Taylor (1832-1905) was a pioneer missionary to China whose life exemplified the blessedness of union with Christ. He is credited with translating the New Testament into a Chinese dialect and founding the China Inland Mission.
His unflinching commitment to present the Gospel to the Chinese allowed him endure the long and arduous voyage, constant persecution, poverty, and almost insurmountable differences in culture and language. His writings stand as a challenge and inspiration to today's Christians from one man who allowed himself to become God's instrument.