Heroes of the Faith #38 April – June 2019
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Heroes of the Faith #37 is packed full of inspiring men and women who achieved great exploits for God. Take a look at God’s “mighty midget” – the tiny missionary whose legacy lives large today; explore the life of Tom Mercy, the hard working Welsh Pentecostal leader and church planter; and even take a journey back to the English Reformation, where an unlikely hero paid the ultimate price for his faith. Read all these amazing stories plus many more in Heroes of the Faith #37.
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The inspiring stories of the men and women who proved God.
Heroes of the Faith #38 is packed full of inspiring men and women who achieved great exploits for God. Read what veteran missionary Jackie Pullinger has to say about a broken heart; retrace the steps of revival with Charles Gardner; and find out how the author of one of the world’s most popular Christian books found time to start writing!
Read all these amazing stories plus many more in Heroes of the Faith #38.
Inside Heroes of the Faith #38, April – June 2019…[one_half]
from Editor David Littlewood
WHY WE ALL NEED A BROKEN HEART
If you’ve never been broken you’ll only have good advice to give, argues veteran missionary Jackie Pullinger
ON A MISSION TO PROVE GOD
How George Müller cared for more than 10,000 orphans to demonstrate what could be achieved through prayer!
GOING INTO ALL THE WORLD
The amazing timeline of Bible translation
RETRACING THE STEPS OF REVIVAL
Charles Gardner was deeply impacted when he revisited Rees Howells’ Bible College of Wales
Just how well do you know the Scriptures?
PILGRIM BEHIND BARS
How the author of one of the world’s most popular Christian books found time to start writing!
WHEN SUFFERING IS A PRIVILEGE
God never uses a person greatly until he has wounded him deeply, reckons Dr Helen Roseveare
CAN GOD REALLY DO IT?
Praying for a hot-water bottle in the middle of Africa
70 years on Donald Gee talks about financing missions
FORGOTTEN FIREBRAND OF THE NORTH
We all know about Wesley and Whitefield but another man was seeing a similar revival in Yorkshire
MY FAITH HAS FOUND A RESTING PLACE
Eliza Hewitt’s songs of victory from her sick bed