Note: The audio quality is bad at first, but it gets better as the video progresses.
J. Hershey Longenecker, born May 23, 1889, was a Southern Presbyterian missionary in the town of Luebo in what is now called the Democratic Republic of the Congo from 1917 to 1950. Sometime after his retirement, he was interviewed about his time in Africa. In the interview, he discusses a whole variety of matters, including Witch Doctors, Crocodiles, Hippopotamuses, Cannibals, Missionary Life, Handwriting, and Albert Schweitzer.
Find out more about J. Hershey Longenecker at ulsterworldly.com/people/hershey-longenecker.
In the second part of my interview with Rev. Irfon Hughes, we discuss the completion of his ministry in the north of England, his call to Immanuel Chapel in Massachusetts, the formation of the Bolton Conference and New England Reformed Fellowship, his pastorate in Western Pennsylvania, and his retirement in North Carolina.
In this interview, I sit down with Rev. Irfon Hughes to talk about his early life in Wales, his conversion and call to the ministry, his experience in the Presbyterian Church of Wales, John Murray's advice on how to be reformed, meeting his wife, interactions with Martyn Lloyd-Jones, his early ministry in Wales, and his call to Sheffield, MS.