by Christopher Catherwood
Martyn Lloyd Jones survived a household fire when only ten years old. His family faced financial disaster as a result and a period of separation when his father left to find work in Canada. Eventually they were reunited in London where Martyn went to school, became one of the youngest entrants to the medical school at St Bartholomew's at the age of 16 and discovered a life long passion for politics.
The story covers Martyn's conversion, his calling to be a preacher and then his ministry in Wales and London. This story covers anecdotes from his Welsh childhood as well as thought provoking instances from Martyn's life as a pastor at Westminster Chapel. An excellent book to promote discussion in a youth group or even to start a youngster thinking about their faith; the bible and different issues for themselves.