The Vickers Wellington I & II by C. F. Andrews

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L. Moody and Swedes effort among evangelicals would provide united action in meeting common challenges, and result in a spirit of fellowship among denominations. In 1844, the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) began in London under the leadership of George Williams (1821–1905), a layman. This society was supported by church members and organized to meet the needs of young men moving to the cities. 68 From within this historical context came the American revivalist D. L. Moody and his new American evangelicalism.

129 Bexell, Sveriges kyrkohistoria 7, Folkväckelse och kyrkoförnyelsens tid, 52. 130 C. J. Nyvall (1829–1904) of Värmland became one of EFS’s first colporteurs and a prominent figure of the new Evangelical Revival. Jarlert, Sveriges kyrkohistoria 6, Romantikens och liberalismens tid, 157. Nyvall stated that not all Mission Friends followed Lundborg’s interest in the Scottish Free Church. See David Nyvall, My Father's Testament: A Biography of the Preacher and Free Churchman Karl Johan Nyvall, trans.

J. Nyvall (1829–1904) of Värmland became one of EFS’s first colporteurs and a prominent figure of the new Evangelical Revival. Jarlert, Sveriges kyrkohistoria 6, Romantikens och liberalismens tid, 157. Nyvall stated that not all Mission Friends followed Lundborg’s interest in the Scottish Free Church. See David Nyvall, My Father's Testament: A Biography of the Preacher and Free Churchman Karl Johan Nyvall, trans. by E. G. Hawkinson (Chicago: Covenant Press, 1974). 131 Stephenson, The Religious Aspects of Swedish Immigration, 30.

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