Harold St. John: A Portrait by His Daughter
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If you enjoy reading about the lives of great Christians, you'll love this biography of Harold St. John. His daughter, Patricia St. John, did the Christian world an enormous favor when she put together this fascinating portrait of her father. Somehow her portrayal manages to be exciting, inspiring, challenging, amusing and edifying all at the same time. It makes compelling reading from start to finish--hard to put down once you've picked it up. This books deserves to be ranked with the great Christian missionary biographies. Harold was one of the most gifted Bible teachers of his day, and the story of his life and influence is as relevant now as ever. His life was hid with Christ in God, and out of his inward parts there flowed a river of joy and peace and blessedness that enriched everyone it touched. 172 pages
I want to write a few lines to say how much I enjoyed the book about Harold St. John. As I began to read the book, I sensed I was reading about a choice man of God. After finishing I knew I was. Pastors will receive many tidbits of truth and sermon starters from this book. It causes you to reflect upon your own experience with God. In Harold St. John we find the example of a man who seemed unhurried and at the same time accomplished much. He was a scholar, a teacher, a witness. All these things, along with the fact he was able to influence his family toward godliness, caused me to enjoy the book. I will recommend it highly to both laymen and preachers.
Rev. Rollin Mitchell
International Conservative Holiness Association