John Bunyan was a dedicated and courageous servant of Christ who faced countless hardships. He was imprisoned on numerous occasions for "preaching without a license." Many of his writings (he wrote sixty books, including The Pilgrim's Progress) were banned during his lifetime. And, he faced ongoing rumors initiated by those who sought to undermine his ministry.
Examine the life and trials of this faithful man whose dedication and fervor for the Gospel were recognized and acknowledged—even by his most bitter enemies.
|Suggested Grade: 6th - 9th|
|Author: William Deal|
|Softbound: 152 pages|