In Wembo-Nyama's Land: A Story of the Thrilling Experiences in Establishing the Methodist Mission Among the Atetela (Classic Reprint)

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This little book has been written, first, with the purpose of giving a clear picture of the conditions, customs, and character of the Otetela Tribe, in Cen tral Africa, among which the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, began missionary work during the first part of 1914; second, with the desire of setting forth the history, splendid success to date, and the great promise of the future usefulness of this mission, and, third, with the earnest prayer that many of its readers may be helped through it to yield their lives more fully to the leadership of God's Spirit and to the extension of his kingdom in all lands.

It is also hoped that this simple story of those peo ple in Central Africa and the mission work among them may be of great inspiration to the Epworth Leaguers especially, since almost from the very be ginning they have assumed the entire responsibility for financing this mission and to a large extent for manning it with recruits from their ranks.

Grateful acknowledgment is given to all those who have in numerous ways assisted in the preparation of this volume. Especial mention should be made of the various missionaries of the Methodist Episcopal Con go Mission, from whose articles and letters numerous quotations have been made, the use of which it has been requested be made with the writers' names held in reserve.

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