Livingstone Online: Illuminating Imperial Exploration
In 2020, the BGC Archives contributed an 1858 letter by Scottish missionary explorer David Livingstone to the Livingstone Online digital museum and library. Held in the BGC Archives' Small Collection 48: Papers of David Livingstone, the letter is addressed to John Kirk, an Edinburgh physician, and describes Livingstone's plans for his upcoming expedition to Zambezi, which last from March 1858 to July 1864.
Visit Livingstone Online and explore a wealth of digital resources on David Livingstone and the development of imperial expansion and missionary exploration in nineteenth-century Africa.
Chinese Christian Posters Exhibit
In 2018, the BGC Archives contributed digital images of 45 Chinese evangelism posters to the Chinese Christian Posters exhibit created by the Center for Global Christianity & Mission at Boston University. Held in BGC Archives Collection 215: Records of Overseas Missionary Fellowship (China Inland Mission), Collection 231: Papers of Ian and Helen Anderson, and Collection 706: Evangelism Posters Ephemera, these stunning posters offer a glimpse into the intersection of Western evangelism practices and Chinese culture in the mid-twentieth century.
Visit the Chinese Evangelism Posters digital exhibit created by the Center for Global Christianity & Mission at Boston University, and view over 350 stunning posters, including 45 examples from the Billy Graham Center Archives.
D. L. Moody Digital Archives
Since 2012, the D. L. Moody Digital Archives has featured digital copies of Moody correspondence held in BGC Archives Small Collection 36: Papers of D. L. Moody. Visit the Moody Center online to learn more about D. L. Moody's life and spiritual legacy and browse digital copies of artifacts and documents.
Dedicated to documenting D. L. Moody's spiritual legacy, the D. L. Moody Digital Archives provides access to a wide range of Moody-related archival materials, including correspondence, diaries, testimonials, and sermons.