4 edition of John G. Paton found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by his brother.|
|Contributions||Paton, James, 1843-1906.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. in 1., iv. (various pagings) :|
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Paton. Early in my life I was enduringly impacted by Paton's autobiography edited by his brother5/5(4). John G. Paton book. Read 48 reviews from the world. John G. Paton writes in such a way that his autobiography reads more like a thrilling adventure story because of the amazing way God moves through this faithful follower of Christ.
I have put this autobiography on my "You've-gotta-read-this" list/5. God is sovereign, and Paton knew it. He endured one threat after another and put it all on the line for the glory of Christ. Originally a message delivered at the Conference for Pastors, John Piper's biography of Paton is now available as the eBook, John G.
Paton: You Will Be Eaten by Cannibals. John Gibson Paton (24 May – 28 January ), born in Scotland, was a Protestant missionary to the New Hebrides Islands of the South Pacific. He brought to the natives of the New Hebrides education and Christianity. He developed small industries for them, such as hat consumersnewhomeconstruction.com: 24 MayBraehead, Kirkmahoe.
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Paton. Biography of John G. Paton () and lessons from his mission work in the South Sea Islands. I didn't find the material or writing style especially engaging or insightful, though it was interesting to learn about the challenges of mission work among native islanders far from civilization, without modern telecommunications/5.
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He was self-educated, and the training ground for his life's work was the slums of Glasgow where he laboured with success as a city consumersnewhomeconstruction.com: Banner of Truth. Apr 23, · John G. Paton () was a Scottish Christian missionary for 49 years to the former cannibals in the South Sea Islands.
He was alone on an island for four years with the hostile natives and his life hung in the delicate balance of constant danger. However, John trusted that he was immortal until God saw fit for his work to be done. Today, the impact of his life and dedication to faith in.
The title of this message is “‘You Will Be Eaten By Cannibals!’ Courage in the Cause of World Missions: Lessons from the Life of John G. Paton.” So that is the focus of what I want to say. I conceive the rest of this message in three parts: (1) What kinds of circumstances called for courage in Paton’s life.
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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at consumersnewhomeconstruction.com 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 Brand: Christian Focus.
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John G. Paton. likes. Scottish missionary to Vanuatu among cannibals. He lost his wife and child (and almost his own life on numerous occasions) on the island of Tanna. After rallying support. Looking for books by John G. Paton. See all books authored by John G. Paton, including John G. Paton: Missionary to the New Hebrides, and Thirty Years Among South Seas Cannibals, and more on consumersnewhomeconstruction.com The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Story of John G.
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John Gibson Paton () was a Scottish missionary to the New Hebrides. Before sailing there with his newly wed wife inhe was a city missionary in Glasgow for ten years. John G. Paton — The Autobiography of the Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides (Vanuatu).
John G. Paton. Published by Banner of Truth, Preview this book» What people are John G. Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides: An Autobiography, Part 1 John Gibson Paton Full view - Paton John Gibson No preview available - View all» 5/5(2).Selections from The Story of John G. Paton. John G. Paton () was a Scottish missionary to the New Hebrides.
Before sailing there with his newly wed wife inhe was a city missionary in Glasgow for ten years. Paton began work on Tanna, an island inhabited by savage cannibals and later worked on the island of Aniwa.