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Overview of the J. Arthur and Edna Mouw papers
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Sound Recordings 1958-1972

 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: Making His Deeds Known undated

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Mouw begins discussing his ministry history on the Borneo island, including his friendship with another missionary. His main focus is a tale about a merchant that lives near the river and their prayer for rain, the message being when God helps one person, God is helping many people. Mouw also discusses another man named Jon.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: The Gospel Multiplied 1972 September 20

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J. Arthur Mouw sermon: All Power Has Been Given undated

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A talk on his missionary service to Borneo. Includes a good deal on marriage in Borneo and a tale about curing a man of the hiccups.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: Beautiful Feet 1971 September 22

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Mouw recalls a tale in Borneo of wishing to travel to one village as he had promised, but being kept by another village interested in his ministry. Includes stories of the taste of Borneo fruit, falling asleep from exhaustion during a teaching session, and baptizing.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon at the Men's Fellowship North Redona Chapel undated

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Mouw recalling leaving the South Pacific during WWII, going through Australia, Panama, New Orleans, and finally into California. Following, he talks about the Gospel and the Dayaks and other tribes of Borneo, particularly the man with a goatee.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon on his work in Borneo undated

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A talk on his missionary work in Borneo, beginning in 1931 and teaching people to sing. Mouw spends some time preaching from Old Testament stories. He goes on to discuss the Borneo natives pre-Christianity prayer and non-prayer traditions, growing up and prayer with his father, handshaking, and the seriousness of baptizing.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: Djapit, The Cook undated

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A sermon on missionary work in Borneo. Includes his wife leaving the Dayaks, a tale of a tribe member dying, and building a church.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: A Decision Reversed 1958 November 7

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Mouw discusses his interactions with the Dutch officials in regards to his work with the Dayaks. He discusses major breakthroughs coming from speaking Dutch fluently and rationally explaining the health benefits for the Dayaks from Mouws ministry.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: The Escape Story 1972 September 24

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Mouw discusses his experience in Borneo following the Pearl Harbor bombing in the beginning of the US-Japan front of WWII. Mouw vividly recalls the path and trials his family took from Borneo, passing through Australia, New Zealand, Panama before arriving home in Pasadena, California. Concludes with the hymn "Throw A Line". Cassette sounds very bad and did not respond to restoration treatments
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: An Example of God's Faithfulness undated

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J. Arthur Mouw sermon: A Story From Borneo undated

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A talk by Mouw to young people describing what he calls persecution he received from the Dutch officials in Borneo and persecution the tribes suffered from their chiefs. He likens this persecution to events in the Bible and events the young people might encounter. Includes a tale about a young Dayaks religious act being confused for an act of political revolution.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: Safety Pins undated

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A talk on interaction and trade with Dayaks.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: Moving Day In Borneo 1972

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A talk on baptizing Dayaks, housing, bringing his wife up from the city, and the concept of being born again. In the process he recalls how the Dayaks turned to Christianity, and the Dayak women had vetoed turning to Islam.
 

J. Arthur Mouw sermon: Matter of Blood undated

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A talk on the difference between Natives customs versus the born again Dayak customs. Concerns the "Business of the Blood," animal slaughter.