He and his wife, Ann, became two of the first Americans to permanently relocate to another country for the sole purpose of spreading the Gospel among unreached people.
Judson spent his time in Burma translating the bible into Burmese and formulating an English/Burmese Dictionary that is still used today.
After the death of his wife, Judson went into seclusion in the Jungle, building himself a hut and even digging his own grave as he contemplated death.
God brought him out of his despair and gave him a renewed interest in reaching the Burmese people for Christ.
This original drawing by Paul Cox was created on 7x10 mix media paper. It was drawn using India ink and colored with Copic markers. The artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the author and stamped with a foil seal of authenticity.