Rosehearty Public Hall (1893)




James McKendrick spent seven weeks here. Initially things went slowly, so he went through the streets ringing a fisherman's bell, inviting people to the meeting. He had a breakthrough with one family, who in turn spoke to others about Jesus. The meetings then became packed and many came to the Lord.

See 'Formerly Seen and Heard,' by James McKendrick and 'Glory in the Glen.' by Tom Lennie, published by Christian Focus Publications, p207-8


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