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A century of growth: the Kachin Baptist Church of Burma

by Herman G. Tegenfeldt

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Published by William Carey Library in South Pasadena, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Burma.
    • Subjects:
    • Baptists -- Burma.,
    • Kachin (Asian people) -- Missions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [485]-502.

      Statement[by] Herman G. Tegenfeldt.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX6316.B9 T43
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 512 p.
      Number of Pages512
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5044491M
      ISBN 100878084169
      LC Control Number74004415

        Pat Jasan was formed in April in reaction to the state’s growing drug problem. Thousands of volunteers joined the movement, motivated by leaders of the Kachin Baptist Church (KBC). The group runs awareness and . participants in this study are music leaders in the Kachin Baptist Convention. This organology successfully documents and classifies many of the indigenous sound instruments of the Kachin in Northern Burma. Though a complete indigenous classification is still in progress, this thesis presents evidence towards an emergent : Walter Brath.

      “To be Kachin is to be Christian,” says Tsinyu Tanggun, an official at the Baptist church in Momauk, a small town in Burma’s northernmost Kachin State. More than 90 per cent of Burma’s one million Kachins are Christians while the rest follow pre-Christian Animist practices. Adoniram Judson, Jr. (August 9, – Ap ) was an American Congregationalist and later Particular Baptist missionary, who served in Burma for almost forty years. At the age of 25, Adoniram Judson was sent from North America to preach in Burma. His mission and work with Luther Rice led to the formation of the first Baptist association in America to support Alma mater: Brown University and .

      Karen Baptist Convention, Myanmar was established in It is located in Lanmadaw Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar. Today the Karen Baptist Convention is the largest member body of the Myanmar Baptist Convention, which was formed in Leaderships in the organization are for a four-year term and can only be re-elected for one more has 18 associations. Kachin in Burma were by then Christians (Steinberg ), so that the Kachin who converted to Christianity without a missionary presence constitute over 50 per cent of all : Pum Za Mang.


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A Short History of Baptist Mission. Book Summary. Since independence inBurma has suffered from many internal conflicts. One of the longest of these has been in the Kachin State, in the north of the country where Burma has borders with India to the west and China to the east.

Herman G. Tegenfeldt, A Century of Growth: The Kachin Baptist Church of Burma (South Pasadena: William Carey Library, ), p. Herman G. Tegenfeldt, A Century of Growth: The Kachin Baptist Church of Burma (South Pasadena: William Carey Library, Author: Pum Za Mang.

A Brief History of Christianity in Burma (Myanmar) I. Introduction of the Land and the People The Union of Burma, officially known as Pyingdaungsu Myanma Naingandaw, with an area ofsquare kilometres, is the largest country in the Southeast Asia. Baptists, Assemblies of God, Methodists and Anglicans form the strongest denominations in Burma.

The CIA World Factbook mentions that 4% of the population of Myanmar is Christian (Baptist 3%, Roman Catholic 1%).

The Anglican Communion is represented in Burma by the Church of the Province of Myanmar. As ofit has ab members. Protestant Christianity in Myanmar began in the early 19th century, largely through the missionary efforts of the Americans Adoniram and Ann Judson, Baptist missionaries who first arrived in Later missionaries such as Arthur and Laura Carson, also Baptist missionaries from America, established work in the Chin Hills in   The success story of nineteenth-century Baptist missionary work among minority ethnic groups in Burma was one well-known facet of the early beginnings of modern Protestant missions.

Behind this success was the extensive travel and evangelizing work done by native Karen by: 1. Biblical basis of church growth and its application to the Kachin Baptist church of Burma. [Hyken Naw] Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: # Church growth--Burma\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

The issue focused on Asian American Baptists, beginning with the planting of the first Chinese congregation in Sacramento, California, in the s and the formation of the Chinese Baptist churches in San Francisco and Seattle and the Japanese Baptist Church in Seattle as American Baptist missionary efforts.

1 Herman G. Tegenfeldt, A century of Growth: The Kachin Baptist Church of Burma (Pasadena: William Carey Library, ) page 2 Don Richardson, Eternity in Their Hearts (Ventura: Regal Books, ) page 3 M.

Clark, A corner of India (Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, ) page 4 Ibid. Page Sadan, Mandy. () Being and Becoming Kachin: Histories Beyond the State in the Borderworlds of Burma.

Oxford: Oxford University Press and the British Academy. 高野秀行 ()『西南シルクロードは密林に消える』東京:講談社. Tegenfeldt, Herma A Century of Growth: The Kachin Baptist Church of Burma. William Carey. Karen Culture of Evangelism and Early Baptist Mission in Nineteenth Century Burma Article (PDF Available) in Social Sciences and Missions 31() January with ReadsAuthor: Yoko Hayami.

Tegenfeldt, H.G. (), A Century of Growth: The Kachin Baptist Church of Burma, William Carey Library, South Pasadena, CA. Google Scholar Thawnghmung, Ardeth Maung (), Beyond Armed Resistance: Ethnonational Politics in Burma (Myanmar), Policy Studies No 62, East–West Centre, Honolulu, by: 1.

Shan State became a major Christian area of Burma from the mid 19th century. Kutkai was an important centre for the Kachin Baptist Church and was visited by missionaries, notably Baptist Reverend George J. Geis in the s and Gustaf A. Sword from to Country: Myanmar.

Kachins. Due to ethnic conflict, Kachin church members have had to abandon their homes and properties and hide in the jungle where their lives will be safe. Tens of thousands of children’s educational opportunities have been eliminated by the conflict. 1 Herman G. Tegenfeldt, A Century of Growth: The Kachin Baptist Church of Burma (Pasadena,Author: Maw S.

Awng. Amid an international outcry over atrocities committed by government forces against the Rohingya A primarily Muslim ethnic group, who live in the Buddhist dominated Myanmar. Muslim minority in Western Myanmar, roughly million Christians in the country’s northern region say they are being targeted as well.

It has been called “a forgotten war” and is. Chin Baptist Convention, Myanmar was established in and located in Falam, Chin State, Myanmar. Today, the Chin Baptist Convention is the largest organization in Chin State consisting of 28 Associations and is also the second largest member body of the Myanmar Baptist Convention after the Karen Baptist fication: Protestant.

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Search our database of over million company and executive profiles.Since accepting the call to serve as the General Secretary of the American Baptist Churches USA in JuneRev. Dr. Lee B.

Spitzer has cast a vision calling for the American Baptist family to unify around the historic Baptist movement’s core convictions and mission, and to enter into a new era of church growth, evangelism, prophetic witness and creative service in .Christianity is practised by % of the population, primarily among the Kachin, Chin and Karen people, and Eurasians because of missionary work in their respective areas.

About four-fifths of the country’s Christians are Protestants, in particular Baptists of the Myanmar Baptist Convention; Roman Catholics make up the remainder. Christians were the fastest growing religious group in Burma.