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|Statement||[edited and abridged by] Benjamin Unseth.|
|Series||Men of faith|
|LC Classifications||BV3680.N6 P377 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||95025925|
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Paton contains everything necessary to make it a missionary classic. Born into a Christian family near Dumfries inPaton’s early years were marked by a struggle against poverty.5/5(9). Written by McKenna Born in Scotland inJohn G. Paton was a Christian missionary to the cannibals on the New Hebrides Islands of the South Seas until he died in Paton’s life was marked by a kind of in-your-face spiritual moxie, and God used his courageous faith to change the world for Christ.
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Byrum For fearlessness and faithfulness, the name of John G. Paton stands in the front rank of missionary biography. As a poor boy, John Paton heard the call of God to seek the lost. And the years of his long life were spent in giving diligent heed to that call.
This Young Folks' Edition by his brother was "re-cast" from the complete autobiography of John Paton first published New Hebrides was the colonial name for the 83 island archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean that began the nation of Vanuatu in Rev.
John Gibson Paton was a Protestant missionary to the New Hebrides Islands of the South Pacific. Constantly under threat of death, Paton preached faithfully to the islands of the New Hebrides, raising a family there. Paton also raised great support for world missions at home in Scotland Pages: John Paton is a shining example that will not fade with time.
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The autobiography of John G. Paton contains everything necessary to make it a missionary classic. Born into a Christian family near Dumfries inPaton's early years were marked by a struggle against poverty. He was self-educated, and the training ground for his life's work was the slums of Glasgow where he laboured with success as a city : Banner of Truth.
The true story of Dr. John Paton. John was a Protestant missionary from Scotland in the ’s that served the people in the South Pacific. This story takes place on the island of Aniwa. This is. Rev. John Gibson Paton was a Protestant missionary to the New Hebrides Islands of the South Pacific.
Constantly under threat of death, Paton preached faithfully to the islands of the New Hebrides, raising a family : ‘Few books are more inspiring to the Christian reader than a compelling missionary biography.
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Facebook gives people the power to share. John Paton, a former chairman of Rangers FC and of the Taggart motor group, has died aged A man of dignity, he was warm and approachable and greeted everyone with a ready smile and a kind word. The autobiography of John G. Paton contains everything necessary to make it a missionary classic.
Born into a Christian family near Dumfries inPaton’s early years were marked by a struggle against poverty. He was self-educated, and the training ground for his life’s work was the slums of Glasgow where he laboure. The Conviction of the Founding Trustees of The John Paton Foundation is that God is building His Kingdom in the world today through the faithful, prayerful scattering of the word of God, as taught by Jesus in his parable of the sower (Mark ).
Jesus therefore commanded his followers, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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John Paton was born at Meadow-head, in the parish of Fenwick and shire of Ayr. He was brought up in the art and occupation of husbandry till near the state of manhood. -- But of the way and manner in which he went at first to a military life, there are various accounts. Cannibal island;: The story of John G.
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Paton contains everything necessary to make it a missionary classic. Born into a Christian family near Dumfries inPaton’s early years were marked by .Abridged from the original autobiography by John G. Paton. The story of the Scottish missionary pioneer John Gibson Paton ().
Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands.