Silver Chimes in Syria: Glimpses of a Missionary's Experiences
William S. Nelson, D.D., was appointed as a missionary to Syria by the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, USA in 1888. In this short works, as the title suggests, he gives glimpses into his life as a missionary against the background of Syrian culture.
Genre(s): Christianity - Biographies
|Play 00||Dedication and Introduction||Larry Wilson
|Play 01||Arrival in Syria||Joseph Barbaccia
|Play 02||Language Study||Larry Wilson
|Play 03||Travel and Communication||Joseph Tabler
|Play 04||Evangelistic Trips||Ruth P.
|Play 05||Allepo||Lucretia B.
|Play 06||New Stations and Building||KevinS
|Play 07||Camping Life||Joseph Tabler
|Play 08||Persecution||Elsie Selwyn
|Play 09||Emigration||Diana Majlinger
|Play 10||Syrian Enterprises||Henrieke
|Play 12||Our Supporters||Ruth P.
|Play 13||Personal Friends||Elsie Selwyn
|Play 14||Tripoli Boy's School||Elsie Selwyn
|Play 15||Moving||Larry Wilson
|Play 16||The Muezzin or The Bell||Larry Wilson