About this item
A few light marks to jacket. Text block tight.
Signed by author on title page. Owner's signature and date (29.7.10) on half-title page.
The biography of Andrew Reed ( 1787 - 1862 ), preacher and philanthropist.
" ... Here is the story of one of the truly great preachers of the Victorian age, who built up a church of under a hundred to one regularly numbering around two thousand, during his half century as pastor ... in Stepney, London... Above all Andrew Reed is to be remembered for his vital work in establishing three orphanages, two homes for those with what we call today 'learning disabilities' and a 'hospice' for those with severe physical disabilities. Four of the charities Andrew Reed founded still continue their work today, although in changed form..." From the foreward by Brian H Edwards.
- Shaw, Ian J.
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- Evangelical Press
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