Rev. Albert Bejamin Simpson D.D. was the founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. The denomination has its root in two societies founded by Simpson in 1887: The Christian Alliance, and The Evangelical Missionary Alliance. In 1897, the two were merged to form the C&MA, which was originally a missionary society. The C&MA, due to its roots, is strongly oriented toward missionary work. It is also based upon Dr. Simpson's formulation of the Fourfold Gospel of Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and Coming King.
Camps, retreats, conference centers, and outdoor recreation facilities affiliated with the C&MA.
Districts of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in those countries that use districts -- the United States and Canada. Most districts are for geographic districts, but some districts are for churches working with certain languages and ethnic groups.
Information about Christian & Missionary Alliance schools, colleges, and seminaries.
Retirement homes and facilities operated by the C&MA.
Rev. Albert Bejamin Simpson D.D. was the founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. The denomination has its root in two societies founded by Simpson in 1887: The Christian Alliance, and The Evangelical Missionary Alliance. In 1897, the two were merged to form the C&MA, which was originally a missionary society. He also started the magazine which today is known as Alliance Life -- formerly known as The Alliance Weekly (1911-1958) and The Alliance Witness (1958-1987). In addition to his work as a pastor and organizer of missionary societies, he wrote over 70 books and many articles. He also wrote hymns, but was a much better lyricist than composer; generally speaking, the ones that are still in use are those for which he wrote the words and someone else wrote the tune.
Aiden Wilson Tozer (1897-1963) was a pastor, author, and editor of Alliance Weekly now called Alliance Life. His best known book is The Pursuit of God.