History of EMO - Life Histories

 Pastor Julius Dammann (1840 - 1908)

He was member of the board of Sudan-Pionier-Mission (today EMO) between 1900 and 1905 and one of the founders of EMO.                           

 

Samuel Jakob Enderlin (1878 - 1940)

Coworker of Sudan-Pionier-Mission (today EMO) in Aswan from 1904 - 1939.                  

 

 

Henry Grattan Guinness (1935 - 1910) and Fanny Guinness (1832 - 1989) 

He founded together with Karl Kumm the Sudan-Pionier-Mission (heute EMO) in 1900.                      

 

Willy Höpfner (1904 - 1991)

Coworker of Sudan-Pionier-Mission (today EMO) in Egypt and Wiesbaden/Germany from 1933 - 1975, Leader of EMO from 1959 until 1975.                                  

 

Samuel Ali Hussein (1860 - 1927)

Life and work of the Kunuuzi.-Nubian Samuel Ali Hussein (Papyrus 2012)

From a street boy to an evangelist (EMO AKTUELL 472016)

 

 

Hermann Karl Wilhelm Kumm (1874 - 1930)

founder of Sudan-Pionier-Mission (today EMO)                       

 

Dr. Elisabeth Herzfeld (1890 - 1966)

A life for God and Nubia, Dr. Elisabeth Herzfeld (Papyrus 2013)

                            

 

Gertrud Freiin von Massenbach (1883 - 1975)

Sitte Masmas - Gertrud Freiin von Massenbach (Papyrus 2012)

 

 

Theodor Ziemendorff (1837 - 1912)  

Founder of Sudan-Pionier-Mission (today EMO) and first president.                  

Mission- and church history of the Middle East

William Henry Temple Gairdner

(1873 - 1928)

                          

 

Karl Richard Lepsius

(1810 - 1884)

The history of the translation of the gospel of Mark.

 

Henry Martyn (1781 - 1812)

                            

 

Karl Gottlieb Pfander (1803 - 1865)                                   

 

Papst Schenuda III. (1923 - 2012)

Papst Schenuda III: ein koptischer Kirchenvater (EMO AKTUELL 1/2017)            

 

Samuel Marinus Zwemer (1867 . 1952)