Regions Beyond Missionary Union

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The Regions Beyond Missionary Union was a Protestant Christian missionary society founded by Henry Grattan Guinness, D.D. and his wife Fanny in 1873.

The name is a reference to the goal declared by Paul the Apostle in his Second Epistle to the Corinthians, "To preach the gospel in the regions beyond you". (2 Cor 10:16) The society issued a journal named "Regions Beyond".[1]

RBMU merged with EUSA (?) to form Latin Link in 1991. The Britain & Ireland and International offices of Latin Link are both based separately in Reading.


  1. ^ Mundus, Retrieved 9 September 2015

Further reading[edit]

  • Conley, Joseph F. (2000). Drumbeats that Changed the World. Pasadena: William Carey Library. ISBN 978-0878086030
  • Pritchard, Elizabeth (1973). For Such a Time. Eastbourne: Victory Press. ISBN 978-0854761876
  • Pritchard, Elizabeth (2008). Diary of a 'Whatnot'. Lisburn: Ulster Friends Home Mission.
  • Holmes, Kenneth (1963). The Cloud Moves. London: RBMU.

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