John Newton’s Diary: 1766


John Newton’s Diary: 1766: Developing  a pastoral ministry

The third diary based on previously unpublished work

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A4 booklet of 42 pages plus cover.

Soft back.

Compiled by The John Newton Project

“Reading John Newton’s Diary of 1766 reminds us afresh of the essentials of pastoral ministry – preaching, pastoral  care, visitation, hospitality.”  Richard Coombs, Baptist Pastor at Wattle Park Chapel, Melbourne, Australia.

This is the third booklet of annotated transcript of the diaries of John Newton. it’s sub title is – Developing a pastoral ministry.

Additional information

Weight 205 g
Dimensions 21 × 0.5 × 29.7 cm

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