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The High Calling

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The Wingo Saga, vol. 2

Baptist preacher, London Wingo, first introduced in The Gauntlet, returns to Linden, Missouri after a twenty year absence to face what is to be the greatest crisis in his ministerial and parental career.

London and his wife, Kathie, had built a church in Linden, Missouri where they faced the trials and triumphs of a first ministry. When Kathie died, ho
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Hardcover, 308 pages
Published 1951
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Bill
Dec 22, 2014 Bill rated it really liked it
This was a good novel, loaned to me by a friend (thank you, Sarah). Without sharing any "spoilers," I found it interesting that the main character(a Baptist preacher) was writing a book on Roger Williams, who happens to be one of my ancestors. Another character goes off to seminary to prepare for ministry, and attends the "seminary in Rochester, New York"--which is my alma mater.
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Nov 26, 2015 Jim Booth rated it liked it
James Street’s The High Calling is the rare sort of sequel that continues a story without giving in to the typical reader’s desire for neatly tied up plot lines.

See my full review at www.newsoutherngentleman.wordpress.com - link at my author page - thanks for stopping by!
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James Howell [1]Street (October 15, 1903 – September 28, 1954) was a U.S. journalist, minister, and writer of Southern historical novels.
Street was born in Lumberton, Mississippi, in 1903. As a teenager, he began working as a journalist for newspapers in Laurel and Hattiesburg, Mississippi. At the age of 20, Street, born a Roman Catholic, decided to become a Baptist minister, attend
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