Brought together in one handy volume - the dramatic stories of two spiritual heroes of the eighteenth century.
As the nation teeters on the brink of giving up the Christian faith, John Wesley struggles to bring others to a faith that he himself does not know in his heart.
Then, amazingly, he is changed, and the gospel of grace breaks through. Amazing grace.
And it's the same grace that turns around the lecherous, blaspheming slave trader John Newton.
These vivid biographies bring home how God still uses individuals to change a whole generation.
About John Pollock:
John Pollock is an acclaimed biographer whose subjects have included Wilberforce, Whitefield, Shaftesbury, Kitchener, Hudson Taylor, D L Moody and Billy Graham.