World Empires, World Missions, World Wars Student Manual

  • Idea packed, multi-disciplinary, family-style study guide from the Napoleonic Wars to the Korean War

  • Explore this era of history with an integrated inclusion of the Modern Missions movement, revivals, and other Church history events

  • Discover kings, politicians, artists, musicians, scientists, inventors, and most importantly the fingerprints of God in history


World Empires, World Missions, World Wars – an idea-packed, multidisciplinary, family-style study guide. At the same time that the Napoleonic Wars usher in the era of the Late Modern Period, the Modern Missions Movement begins with William Carey's awe-inspiring work in India. From this revolutionary and redefining moment, World Empires, World Missions, World Wars continues to weave together the historic events in the world and in the Church through the Industrial Revolution, the British Empire, the growth of the United States, and the World Wars all the way to the conclusion of the Korean War in 1953 and Jim Elliot’s historic journey in 1956 to the Waodani people of Ecuador. Discover not only the kings and politicians, the artists and musicians, the scientists and inventors, but also the amazing fingerprints of our redeeming God and His people during one of the most tumultuous times in world history. 1800 – 1950s.

List of Chapters

  • Unit One: Napoleon & Early Missions
  • Unit Two: Industrialization & the Church’s Response
  • Unit Three: The British Empire & Awakenings
  • Unit Four: Napoleon III & Christian Outreach
  • Unit Five: Alliances & Revivals
  • Unit Six: World War I & the Russian Revolutions
  • Unit Seven: Fascism & Fundamentals
  • Unit Eight: World War II & Miraculous Deliverances
  • Unit Nine: Early Cold War & Renewed Vision