The fascinating and intimate account of Hudson Taylor's main supporter, Benjamin Broomhall. We've all heard of missionaries like Livingstone and Hudson Taylor and their fearless exploits. But what about their supporters who made it possible?
Benjamin Broomhall, Hudson Taylor's brother-in-law, was one of the best-known Victorian laymen. Through the China Inland Mission he was a prominent figure in Britain often speaking on missions and familiar to Cabinet Ministers as he fought against slavery and opium. He had a great influence on God's work in China through the hundreds he sent out, even including, in the end, his own children.