Books by Faith Cook
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Rutherford in Verse
Rutherford’s prose transformed into verse, with cameo portraits of his correspondents. 96pp.
Book Description A man may be known by the company he keeps. Here, Faith Cook introduces us to Samuel Rutherford’s friends, who are called on to give us a fresh look at the man who has long been held in […]
Her Pivotal Role in the 18th Century Evangelical Awakening
This major biography rescues the Countess—so greatly admired by King George III, Whitefield and other leaders of the Evangelical Revival— from undeserved obscurity and misrepresentation. 496pp.
Christians in Adversity
The reality of the faith that carries Christians victoriously through trials is brought home through 14 short biographies. 208pp. Illustrated.
Conquests of faith in the lives of godly men and women such as Col. James Gardiner, Archibald Brown and Sally Wesley. 192pp.
A Missionary Childhood in War-Torn China
Faith Cook shares her first-hand story of a missionary childhood in China during World War II and the subsequent Communist takeover. 128pp.
Faith Cook has used unpublished and little-known sources to produce this comprehensive biography of the man of whom John Wesley said, ‘A few such as him would make a nation tremble. He carries fire wherever he goes.’ 368pp.