Archibald G. Brown - Spurgeon's Successor

Author: Murray, Ian H.

Publisher: Banner of Truth

Details: An inspiring biography of a young man Archibald Brown (1844-1922), called to the ministry for thirty years in the East End of London. He also led an untiring mission work amongst the poor in the foulest corners of East London. He was known to be a leader amongst Christian preaching for 'love, blood and power'. The church he built whilst still in his twenties, could hold 3000 people. He led mission work among the poor with a large practical acquaintance with the homes, and the social horrors of the foulest corners of the East of London

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Price: £16.00