M. E. Barber

M. E. Barber
Missionary to China
Short Name: M. E. Barber
Full Name: Barber, M. E. (Margaret E.) 1866–1930
Birth Year: 1866
Death Year: 1930

Wikipedia Biography

Margaret Emma Barber or M. E. Barber (1866–1930; Chinese: 和受恩; Pinyin: Hé Shòuēn; Foochow Romanized: Huò Sêu-ŏng), was a British missionary in China. She was born in 1866 in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England, the daughter of Louis (a wheelwright) and Martha (née Gibbs) Barber. The family moved to 59 St Martins Lane Norwich around 1876 and established a Carriage Manufacturing business. The family home in Norwich (see georgeplunkett.co.uk for a view of 59 St Martins Lane) was opposite St Martins Parish church which was intensly evangelical in the 1880 - 90s and must have had an influence on the Barber family. During the course of her life, she lived in China twice to preach the Christian gospel. She left her home and traveled in a lonely way thousands of miles. Barber, who initially went to China

Texts by M. E. Barber (15)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
不是我們隨意走 (Bùshì wǒmen suíyì zǒu)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
當向標竿力前!(Dāng xiàng biāo gān lì qián!)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
哈利路亞!耶穌得勝 (Hā lì lù yà! Yēsū déshèng)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
“憑信心求,”奉主的名 (“Píng xìnxīn qiú,” fèng zhǔ de míng)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
破毀帶我到主懷 (Pòhuǐ dài wǒ dào zhǔ huái)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
神阿,你名何等廣大泱漭 (Shén ā, nǐ míng héděng guǎngdà yāng mǎng)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
他等候一座城 (Tā děnghòu yīzuò chéng)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
我不敢稍微失敗 (Wǒ bù gǎn shāowéi shībài)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
我對撒但總是說:“不” (Wǒ duì sā dàn zǒng shì shuō:“Bù”)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
我奉耶穌全能的名 (Wǒ fèng yēsū quánnéng de míng)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
再唱信心的歌 (Zài chàng xìnxīn de gē)Margaret E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
從伯利恆我們動身 (Cóng bólìhéng wǒmen dòngshēn)M. E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
你們能否順從你一切的主 (Nǐmen néng fǒu shùncóng nǐ yīqiè de zhǔ)M. E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
如果我的道路引我去受苦 (Rúguǒ wǒ de dàolù yǐn wǒ qù shòukǔ)M. E. Barber (Author)Chinese2
There's a whisper from the glory of the comingMargaret E. Barber (Author)3

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