Saturday 14 July 2007

Off to Devon?

North Devon in the early 19th Century was a miserably superstitious and poorly educated rural community, in contrast with its natural beauty. Here John Winzer was born, born again and became one of the despised ‘Anabaptists’. Not a preacher, but an earnest prayerful farmer, he was central to the work of God in the area which brought spiritual light and led to the establishment of several chapels. If true zeal for God is to be measured, this book will put many 21st Century Christians to shame.
If you're heading to Devon for a holiday this summer, be sure to pack a copy of 'John Winzer', and look out for the places mentioned in the book.
Make John Winzer your alternative for Harry Potter! It's far cheaper at £2.50 and a hardback. You had better get in early and get it from us - we're cheaper than Amazon!!

1 comment:

Julie said...

I certainly agree that Devon has natural beauty that is second to none. I recently took a short break in Devon with my husband and we stayed at High Cliffe House. We had a fantastic break and took some long walks just to experience the breath-taking views.