Taking the gospel into the interior of China in the 19th Century was a real challenge. Almost all missionary work in the mid 1800's was consigned to the coasts of China, where there was easy access to ports and protection offered from troops stationed in those cities. The interior of China held many unknowns for missionaries. Conditions were unfamiliar and points of contact with foreigners in the interior were rare. However, Hudson Taylor's burden for the lost in inland China prevailed over these concerns. In this podcast we take a look at this pioneering work that is still bearing fruit today.