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According to this site, the "Father of Faith Missions" in China was Hudson Taylor.

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Is Hudson Taylor the father of modern missions?

Generally, it is said that William Carey (1761-1834), a Baptist missionary to India, is the "Father of Modern Protestant Missions." There are reasons why many people give him this title, it is still a matter of preference. Hudson Taylor was certainly a visionary and innovator. If one wanted to give him a title, one might choose "Father of the Inland Missions Movement" or the "Father of Faith-based Missions."

Did Father Junipero Serra win any awards?

Yes Junipero serra won few awards for his help and missions for the catholic faith.

Why was father serra called the father of the missions?

He created the missions in Califorina

What did the fathers do at the missions?

they taught the Catholic faith

Who is the father of the California missions?

Blessed Junipero Serra is the father of California missions.

How much missions did father serra build?

father serra built i think 9 missions.

How many many missions did Father Serra find?

9 missions!

Why was William Carey considered a father of modern missions?

he did the most missions

What started the missions?

father juipero serria started the California missions

Who were father serra and father lasuen?

founders of the California missions

Why is father Serra father of the missions?

i guess because he found them

What were the reasons father Sarah established the California missions?

To fight other missions