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John Williams: Apostle of Polynesia (John Williams : l'apôtre de la Polynésie)

G. Brunel
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The great passion of John Williams was to proclaim Christ to those who had never heard of his name before. He was the first to bring the gospel to the Cook Archipelago, located in the southern Pacific Ocean. There, hearing of an island still unknown to great navigators, he sought and discovered Rarotonga, not without difficulty. This was the second time he had headed south in search of this land. In 1838, the Williams family settled in the Samoan Islands. It was from there that he left for the New Hebrides (Vanuatu), on November 5, 1839. Fifteen days later, he fell under the blows of the cannibal islanders, on the shore of Erromanga ...
 This biography of John Williams, “the Apostle of Polynesia”, written by Mrs. G. Brunel, a former missionary who herself worked in this part of the world, introduces us to a man of God who was passionate about salvation souls and who was ready to give his life for the sake of the lost.

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Author : Mme G. Brunel
Publisher : Impact Héritage
Publication : December 2018
ISBN : 978-2-924773-25-3
Dimensions : 5.5 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Pages : 137
Weight : 176 g