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Both the wood—burning stoves had been lit and were starting to heat up nicely, helping to lessen the chill that gripped the large old house that cold, early December morning. The Stams, along with the six Chinese who lived with them in the house, had already eaten breakfast. Betty was preparing to give their three—month old baby, Helen Priscilla, a bath, with some assistance from the amah Mei Tsong—fuh. The cook, Li Ming—chin, busied himself in the kitchen. His wife, mother, and two children similarly had begun their various daily activities. They had come there under the auspices of the China Inland Mission CIM to oversee the infant Christian work that had been established in the southern portion of Anhwei Province.
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The missionary couple were murdered by Communist Chinese soldiers in Tsingtao today called Qingdao , a city on the east coast of China, was Betty Stam's childhood home; she the oldest of five children grew up there, where Betty's father, Charles Scott, was a missionary. Betty returned to China in When John arrived in Shanghai in , they unexpectedly met again. In November , John and Betty moved to their mission station at Tsingteh [6] now Jingde not to be confused with Tsingtao in Anhui Province, with their three-month-old daughter, Helen.

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Betty was preparing to give their three-month old baby, Helen Priscilla, a bath, with some assistance from the amah Mei Tsong-fuh. The cook, Li Ming-chin, busied himself in the kitchen. His wife, mother, and two children similarly had begun their various daily activities. They had come there under the auspices of the China Inland Mission to oversee the infant Christian work that had been established in the southern portion of Anhwei Province. There were very few Christians in the area, but the Stams were thrilled at the prospect of carrying out pioneer evangelistic work to help bring the Gospel to that needy part of China. So begins this biography of John and Betty Stam.

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