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John Paton, Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides Islands

John Paton, Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides Islands

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Published by Child Evangelism Fellowship Press .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL12096084M
ISBN 101559760532
ISBN 109781559760539
OCLC/WorldCa41012331

The autobiography of John G. Paton contains everything necessary to make it a missionary classic. Born into a Christian family near Dumfries in , Paton’s early years were marked by a struggle against poverty. He was self-educated, and the training ground for his life’s work was the slums of Glasgow where he laboure. The Story of John G. Paton: Chapter 13 - Pioneers in the New Hebrides. A GLANCE backwards over the story of the Gospel in the New Hebrides may help to bring my .

  The story of the Scottish missionary pioneer John Gibson Paton (). Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands. This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides Pages: John Paton lived to raise funds to support the missionary work on the New Hebrides Islands in the South Pacific. He returned to his native land and preached in various places, including Australia and New Zealand, about the work of the Lord among the cannibals/5(75).

  The Reverend John G. Paton, pioneer missionary in the New Hebrides Islands, told a thrilling story involving the protective care of angels. Hostile natives surrounded his mission headquarters one night, intent on burning the Patons out and killing : Nelson, Thomas, Inc. John G. Paton – Missionary to the New Hebrides (2 Vols.) Septem Novem by Rob John Paton’s two-volume autobiography is probably the most detailed work available on this notable missionary to the Pacific Islands.


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John Paton, Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides Islands Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book John Paton --missionary to Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides Islands book New Hebrides (now is called vanuatu) is a detailed account of this awesome man who served that island (and a few others) in the latewas subjected to terrific problems with the bloodthirsty natives and on many occasions was face to face with by: 5.

Forty-eight years later John Paton wrote, “Thus were the New Hebrides baptized with the blood of martyrs; and Christ thereby told the whole Christian world that he claimed these islands as His own” (p; All page references in the text refer to John G.

Paton: Missionary to the New Hebredes, An Autobiography Edited by His Brother [Edinburgh. The story of the Scottish missionary pioneer John Gibson Paton ().

Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands. This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides /5(8).

John G. Paton is the moving and gripping account of the life of the great pioneer missionary. His heart was burdened for the New Hebrides people. pp.5/5(9). I should note, first, that I am an anthropologist and that I do fieldwork on the islands of Vanuatu (previously New Hebrides), including some of the islands where JG Paton served as a missionary.

I read this book to gain a better understanding of the early colonial history of the archipelago, especially the role of missionaries in the /5. John G. Paton () was a Scottish Christian missionary for 49 years to the former cannibals in the South Sea Islands. He was alone on an island for four years with the hostile natives and his life hung in the delicate balance of constant Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides Islands book.

However, John trusted that he was immortal until God saw fit for his work to be done. Today, the impact of his life and dedication to faith in. John Paton married Mary Ann Robeson (born ) just before sailing to the New Hebrides in April, They were sent to establish a missionary station on the island of Tanna.

On Februa son, named Peter Robert Robson was born, but Mrs. Paton died. Missionary Guarded by Angels A more plausible version of the same story appeared in the book Touch the World The Reverend John G.

Paton, pioneer missionary in the New Hebrides Islands. John Gibson Paton (), missionary to the New Hebrides, born on 24 May at Braehead, Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire [Scotland], was eldest of the eleven children (five sons and six daughters) of James Paton, a peasant stocking-maker, by his wife Janet Jardine Rogerson.

John Paton was a missionary in the New Hebrides Islands. One night hostile natives surrounded the mission station, intent on burning out the Patons and killing them. Paton and his wife prayed during that terror-filled night that God would deliver them.

When daylight. John Paton / Missionary to Cannibals - Iain Murray (Christian biography) Ina chain of eighty islands in the South Pacific was discovered by Fernandez de Quiros of Spain.

The story of the Scottish missionary pioneer John Gibson Paton (). Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands. This is the account of John G.

Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides. This is an amazing, fascinating book. It tells the story of John G. Paton, the missionary who told the church board members who were trying to discourage him from going to the New Hebrides because the; " cannibals were going to eat him", that he can only die once and it makes no difference to him if the worms eat him or the cannibals/5(34).

The story of the Scottish missionary pioneer John Gibson Paton (). Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands.

This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides 5/5(4). New Hebrides because of the similarities with the Hebrides Islands o’ the Northwest coast of Scotland.

Inthe New istry of John G. Paton, who was born near Dumfries, Scotland, on the 24th of May, He sailed for the New Hebrides (via During his years of labor on the islands Paton kept a jour.

Margaret Paton writes with rare grace, humour and pathos. Letters from the South Seas is an inspiring story, full of the triumphs of Christian faith and love, and a missionary classic in its own right- a book to prize. Margaret Whitecross Paton was the second wife of Author: Margaret Paton.

Five-part flashcard story about John Paton, pioneer missionary to the New Hebrides Islands. Story tells of Paton's struggles as a teacher in Scotland, a witness to the lost people of Glasgow and later as a missionary to the cannibals of Tanna Island.

Children and adults will be inspired by this action-packed true story. Full-color flashcard visuals 14” x 9 5/8” (33 x cm) visuals. The autobiography of John G.

Paton contains everything necessary to make it a missionary classic. Born into a Christian family near Dumfries inPaton’s early years were marked by a. John G. Paton, Banner of Truth, /, pp.

5 of 5 stars This is the story of an island of cannibals, their journey out of darkness, and the man who led them to the light. John G. Paton stands as one of the great missionaries in church history. He was an icon in his. With 'the wail of the perishing heathen in the South Seas' continually sounding in his ears, John G.

Paton prepared himself to serve overseas and was ordained as a missionary to the New Hebrides in This group of thirty mountainous islands, so named. Five-part flashcard story about John Paton, pioneer missionary to the New Hebrides Islands.

Story tells of Paton's struggles as a teacher in Scotland, a witness to the lost people of Glasgow and later as a missionary to the cannibals of Tanna Island.

Children and adults will be inspired by this action-packed true story! PowerPoint Visuals and PDF text This is a digital download.ACE Retail POS eCommerce system (enhanced version of osCommerce V).Pastor John G.

Paton, a pioneer missionary in the New Hebrides Islands, told a thrilling story involving the protective care of angels. A hostile, man-eating tribe surrounded his mission headquarters one night, intent on burning the Paton family out and killing them.