Item description for King of the Cannibals: The Story of John G. Paton Missionary to the New Hebrides (Champions Of The Faith) by Jim Cromarty...
Overview John Paton willingly risked everything, even his life, so that he might preach Christ as Lord and Savior in a heathen land. His story tells how God protected and cared for one of his faithful servants in the New Hebrides Islands. This well written missionary biography takes us from Paton's beloved Scotland to the dangerous shores of the New Hebrides. Follow along with Missionary Paton as he carries the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the pagan cannibals!
Publishers Description John Paton willingly risked everything, even his life, so that he might preach Christ as Lord and Savior in a heathen land. His story tells how God protected and cared for one of his faithful servants in the New Hebrides Islands.
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Studio: EP Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.34" Height: 0.92" Weight: 0.78 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2009
Publisher EVANGELICAL PRESS #532
Series Champions Of The Faith
ISBN 0852344015 ISBN13 9780852344019
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More About Jim Cromarty
Jim Cromarty is a well-known author of both children and adult books about Australia's great outdoors and Christian history. He is retired and lives in Australia. His story since retirement can be read in Stopped Work? Start Living!
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Reviews - What do customers think about King Of The Cannibals: The Story Of John G. Paton, Missionary To The Hebrides?
Great Love and Faith shown in the life of John Paton Dec 15, 1998
John Paton a Psalm Singing reformed Christian, was a native of Scotland that became a missionary to the cannibals of the South Pacific in the 1800's. Mr. Paton shines with the grace of his Lord by risking his life over and over again for people that did not want him. This man truly believed in the sovereignty of God.. A memorable moment in the book was when Mr. Paton challenged the witch doctors, to kill him with their magic (this reminded me of Elijah's challenge to the prophets of Baal in I Kings 18). Mr. Paton spent his whole life learning their language and translating the Bible for them. Many other missionaries lost their lives on the Islands but by God's Grace Mr. Paton lived to see the fruits of his labors. I highly recommend this book to you and pray that more men and women like John Paton will be raised up among us.