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A biography of Archibald G. Brown (1844-1922), who built a church to seat 3000 in the East End of London while still in his twenties, led mission work among the poor, and was Co-pastor and then Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, 1907-10. 432pp. Illustrated.
God's call to sanctification
What does the Bible mean by holiness and how can we attain it? 32pp.
A Story of the Atlantic Crossing 1620
A racy and imaginative account of the voyage of The Mayflower, for young people. 160pp. Illustrated.
The Let’s Study series of commentaries are concerned with the ways in which the teaching of Scripture can affect and transform our lives today. Understanding the Bible’s message and applying its teaching are the aims—exposition of Scripture written in the language of a friend, seated alongside with an open Bible. A Group Study Guide is included in each volume.
This one-volume biography of the ‘Prince of Preachers’ will introduce Spurgeon to those ignorant of him and his achievements, but will also stir the interest of those who value his unique ministry. 280pp.
The Man Whose Faith Lasted
The story of ‘the man whose faith lasted’. 40pp.
The Man Who Faced Lions
The story of ‘the man who faced lions’. 40pp.