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Midnight Rider for the Morning Star Mark Leslie
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Size: 6" x 9"
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Though pursued and shot at by Indians and highwaymen, hunted by wolves and even the American Revolutionary Army, Francis Asbury was never deterred from spreading the gospel to the infant United States of America. After arriving in Philadelphia from England in 1771, Asbury rode 5,000 to 6,000 miles a year from Georgia to Quebec and sixty times across the Allegheny Mountains as the first circuit-riding preacher on the continent. Midnight Rider for the Morning Star captures the life of this preacher who became the most recognized man in America—more so even than George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. Through his powerful preaching, setting up camp meetings that attrac ...
True North: Tice's Story Mark Leslie
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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An action/thriller, True North: Tice’s Story tells the dramatic story of Tice, a 19-year-old, God-fearing slave who escapes from his master’s plantation in Maysville, Kentucky, swimming across the Ohio River to Ripley, Ohio, where he is connected to a network of people in the Underground Railroad. “Conductors” rush him northeastward, ever northeastward through Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine toward New Brunswick, Canada. Always in pursuit is the ruthless Morgan, his master’s foreman, who even arrives at Portland, Maine, ahead of the runaway. Early on, Tice is given a copy of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress which he carries with him as, one by one, his “conductors” teach him to r ...
True North: Tice's Story Mark Leslie
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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The great escape of the African slaves out of bondage in the South in the 1850s and 1860s is told through the dramatic and danger-filled story of one young man, Tice. The God-fearing, 19-year-old Tice runs from his master’s plantation in Maysville, Kentucky, and swims the Ohio River to Ripley, Ohio, where he is connected to a network of people who rush him northeastward, ever northeastward toward New Brunswick, Canada. All along the way he is pursued by the ruthless Morgan, his master’s foreman. Christian and Jewish families, even Henry David Thoreau, help Tice who they find likeable, friendly and even funny despite his life of misery. Near the end of Tice’s journey, one teenage ...