Margaret Emma Barber or M. E. Barber (1866–1930; Chinese: 和受恩; Pinyin: Hé Shòuēn; Foochow Romanized: Huò Sêu-ŏng), was a British missionary in China. She was born in 1866 in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England, the daughter of Louis (a wheelwright) and Martha (née Gibbs) Barber. The family moved to 59 St Martins Lane Norwich around 1876 and established a Carriage Manufacturing business. The family home in Norwich (see georgeplunkett.co.uk for a view of 59 St Martins Lane) was opposite St Martins Parish church which was intensly evangelical in the 1880 - 90s and must have had an influence on the Barber family. During the course of her life, she lived in China twice to preach the Christian gospel. She left her home and traveled in a lonely way thousands of miles. Barber, who initially went to China

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  • Margaret Emma Barber (* 1866 in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England; † Mai 1930 in Fuzhou, China), chinesisch auch Hi Scheo-ngen oder – nach der Mutter von Watchman Nee – Fräulein He Shouen, war eine christliche Missionarin in China. Sie wurde durch ihren Einfluss auf Watchman Nee (Nee Tuo-Sheng) bekannt. (de)
  • 和受恩(Margaret E.Barber)(1866年-1930年),英国女传教士,以对中国基督徒领袖倪柝声、王载的影响而著称。 (zh)
  • Margaret Emma Barber or M. E. Barber (1866–1930; Chinese: 和受恩; Pinyin: Hé Shòuēn; Foochow Romanized: Huò Sêu-ŏng), was a British missionary in China. She was born in 1866 in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England, the daughter of Louis (a wheelwright) and Martha (née Gibbs) Barber. The family moved to 59 St Martins Lane Norwich around 1876 and established a Carriage Manufacturing business. The family home in Norwich (see georgeplunkett.co.uk for a view of 59 St Martins Lane) was opposite St Martins Parish church which was intensly evangelical in the 1880 - 90s and must have had an influence on the Barber family. During the course of her life, she lived in China twice to preach the Christian gospel. She left her home and traveled in a lonely way thousands of miles. Barber, who initially went to China as an Anglican, became an independent missionary with informal ties to the Plymouth Brethren. She is best known for her influence on Watchman Nee (Nee Tuo-Sheng). Along the south China coast (in Foochow), she and others regularly taught a Bible class at "White Teeth Rock". There she had contact with Nee who was studying at Anglican Trinity College. Barber referred him to books by J. N. Darby, Madam Jeanne Guyon, Jessie Penn-Lewis, D. M. Panton, T. Austin Sparks, and of others, which had been of help to her. She also influenced others Chinese Christian leaders, including Leland Wang who later formed the Chinese Foreign Missionary Union. (en)
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  • 1930-5-0
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  • 1929-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • We feel most sorrowful concerning the news of the passing away of Miss barber in Lo-Hsing Pagoda, Fukien. She was one who was very deep in the Lord, and in my opinion, the kind of fellowship she had with the Lord and the kind of faithfulness she expressed to the Lord are rarely found on this earth.”
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  • Margaret Emma Barber (* 1866 in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England; † Mai 1930 in Fuzhou, China), chinesisch auch Hi Scheo-ngen oder – nach der Mutter von Watchman Nee – Fräulein He Shouen, war eine christliche Missionarin in China. Sie wurde durch ihren Einfluss auf Watchman Nee (Nee Tuo-Sheng) bekannt. (de)
  • 和受恩(Margaret E.Barber)(1866年-1930年),英国女传教士,以对中国基督徒领袖倪柝声、王载的影响而著称。 (zh)
  • Margaret Emma Barber or M. E. Barber (1866–1930; Chinese: 和受恩; Pinyin: Hé Shòuēn; Foochow Romanized: Huò Sêu-ŏng), was a British missionary in China. She was born in 1866 in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England, the daughter of Louis (a wheelwright) and Martha (née Gibbs) Barber. The family moved to 59 St Martins Lane Norwich around 1876 and established a Carriage Manufacturing business. The family home in Norwich (see georgeplunkett.co.uk for a view of 59 St Martins Lane) was opposite St Martins Parish church which was intensly evangelical in the 1880 - 90s and must have had an influence on the Barber family. During the course of her life, she lived in China twice to preach the Christian gospel. She left her home and traveled in a lonely way thousands of miles. Barber, who initially went to China (en)
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  • Margaret E. Barber (de)
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