The Seventh-day Adventist church has a special heart for the nations, and today Adventist missionaries are preaching the Gospel in over 200 countries. Published by the Seventh-day Adventist Foreign Mission Board since 1912, Missions Quarterly captures the spirit and fervor of Adventist mission throughout the twentieth century. These issues reflect the Adventist church’s rich tradition of ethnic and cultural diversity in its membership and mission. They provide reports of the progress of material and spiritual missionary aid around the world. This collection of the first 9 volumes (39 issues) of Missions Quarterly, published from 1912 to 1920, accounts for the progress of the church in the dynamic times leading up to and during the First World War. Each issue highlights a particular mission field and includes an update on the progress of Gospel work, personal testimonies from workers in the field, the strategy for future work in the area, and how believers at home can help the mission. This collection provides a unique window into an important part of missions history.