Robert Morrison Project: Legally publishing reformed literature in China

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Mission Statement

The Robert Morrison Project is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to legally translating and publishing reformed literature in China and other South East Asian countries. Our aim is to focus on areas of the world where the church faces great hardship and often has no access to quality Christian literature.

“The printed page is a missionary that can go anywhere and do so at minimal cost. It enters closed lands and reaches all strata of society. It does not grow weary. It needs no furlough. It lives longer than any missionary. It never gets ill. It penetrates through the mind to the heart and conscience. It has and is producing results everywhere. It has often lain dormant yet retained its life and bloomed years later.”

- Samuel Zwemer

“Books written for the Master and his truth, though buried in obscurity are sure of a resurrection. …You can not kill a good man’s work. … Deeds done in the power of the Spirit are eternal. … Oh, the joy of knowing, when you are gone, the truth you preached is living still.”

- Charles Spurgeon

The photo above of Robert Morrison, D.D. (1782-1834), First Protestant Missionary to China is used by permission. Courtesy of the Center for Study of the Life and Work of William Carey, D.D. (1761-1834), William Carey University, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA.