Pioneer missionary to Indians, David Brainerd rode over 3,000 miles on horseback through the wilderness of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. His journal, kept during his travels, was edited by Jonathan Edwards after Brainerd's death in 1747. His accounts of setbacks, successes, and intense spiritual devotion have inspired believers ever since. This new edition includes a biographical sketch of Edwards by Philip E. Howard, Jr. 385 pages, softcover from Baker.
Includes a biographical sketch of Jonathan Edwards by Phillip E. Howard Jr. This intensely devotional diary of a young 1740s missionary in the American wilderness inspired the world missions movement.