J.O. Fraser, sometimes called ‘Fraser of Lisuland’ is one of my great heroes. He was a China Inland Missionary at the beginning of the 20th century, penetrating the Lisu people who lived in tribal settlements in mountainous regions of the […]
William Wilberforce – a biography
Tomkins demonstrates that Wilberforce was not only a brilliant parliamentarian but also a devoted Christian motivated by his commitment to Christ.
Alexander Boddy: Pentecostal Anglican Pioneer
A fascinating new biography recalling the earliest invasion of Pentecostalism into the UK.
F.B. Meyer: If I had a Hundred Lives…
F.B. Meyer would be better known as a result of his many devotional books. He became a famous Keswick speaker and an enormously popular spiritual leader and master of the pulpit in the years between C.H. Spurgeon and Campbell Morgan.
John Newton, From Disgrace to Amazing Grace
Brilliantly told, Jonathan Aitken’s magnificent biography of John Newton has all the pace of a novel and unfolds the substantial drama of a man rescued from all kinds of excesses, including being the captain of a slave ship with all its associated evils.
Gems from Martyn Lloyd-Jones
When it first arrived on my desk I had to ask Janis, my secretary, to take it away from me because I couldn’t put it down! Rather like a bag of delicious sweets, you are tempted to keep returning for another of the Doctor’s magnificent gems.
No Well Worn Paths
An autobiography by Terry Virgo, and the story of Newfrontiers. This fascinating account tells of Terry’s conversion as a teenager, his subsequent baptism in the Spirit and his call from God to serve him as a Bible teacher and church […]