The Last of the Giants: The Apostles of the Pines, by Harry Rimmer [Paperback]

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The LAST OF THE GIANTS is a book that is a must read for anyone interested in great stories of little known preachers and ministries of the past.

Frank Higgins, John Sornberger, and Al Channer make up a sold out trio of tree-toppers and Bible believers that had a profound spiritual impact on the logging camps of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota at the close of the 19th century and the dawn of the 20th. As the trees were harvested by their logging camp "congregationism," these rough hewn preachers of the Gospel thundered through the primeval forests the truth of salvation by grace. Their message was plain and their manner at times crude, but they were servants of the hour and fit for the master's use.

This is a book of real life heroes and an excitingly enlightening experience for young and old. SIMPLY A FANTASTIC READ.


284 pages

Reprinted by Larry Harrison & the Christian Book Gallery

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