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In his own words, John G. Paton tells us of his pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides (now Vanuattu). Living with constant dangers and death threats, battling illness and enduring great personal loss and sacrifice, John G. Paton laboured on and showed great love for the island peoples. He had the joy of eventually seeing many people come to Christ and living a totally transformed lifestyle.
In this autobiography Paton tells his own story. The material, which was collected over many years, was then compiled and edited by John's brother, Rev. James Paton, (1843-1906) who supported the mission back home in Scotland. James was an author and Presbyterian minister in Scotland.
|Title: John G. Paton: An Autobiography|
By: James Paton
Number of Pages: 364
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 7.87 X 6.04 X 0.95 (inches)|
Weight: 11 ounces
Series: History Maker
Stock No: WW504533
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Abridged from the original autobiography by John G. Paton. The story of the Scottish missionary pioneer John Gibson Paton (1824-1907). 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.
This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu). Living among constant dangers and death threats, battling against illness and enduring great personal loss and sacrifice, John G. Paton laboured on and showed great love for the island peoples. He had the joy eventually seeing people come to Christ and living a totally transformed lifestyle.