Bill Wallace served as a medical missionary in China for nearly twenty years before dying as a martyr for his faith. His
story has inspired Christians throughout the world.
Dr. Wallace was buried in an unmarked grave by the Communist Army to cover their crime. Chinese Christians later would
risk their own lives to place a simple marker where he was laid to rest that read, "To live is Christ." Rarely has a
grave marker so accurately summarized a life. But then, rarely has a person's life so exemplified the principle
expressed in Philippians 1:21, "For me to live is Christ and to die is gain."
Bill Wallace was an ordinary man who, in the providence of God, lived an extraordinary life. He was willing to forgo
marriage and family; a prominent career; and a comfortable future in America for the sake of ministering to people in
need. His service brought physical and spiritual healing to countless people.
Dr. Wallace lived a life worth examining and emulating. His story will challenge you to a deeper dedication and
clearer awareness of the will of God for your life.