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Wesley lived for ninety years, traversed a quarter of a million miles on horseback, preached 42,000 sermons, and trained 192 itinerant evangelists! A decade after his death there were 825 Wesleyan chapels with 90,000 members in total.There are many biographies about this extraordinary man, but none that bring him to life so vividly as John Pollock's.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published March 3rd 2000 by Kingsway Publications
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