Assynt (1810)

John Kennedy set up preaching stations in the area. His work was soon blessed and it was said that very seldom was so much done in so short a time in conversion and edification as during this period. Assynt became a nursery of Gaelic school--masters and catechists who did enormous good throughout the north and west. 'To these days of power in Assynt were bound the sweetest memories of those who then enjoyed the presence of the Lord.'


'Days of the Fathers in Ross-shire' by John Kennedy, pages 149-53.

Thanks to Tom Lennie and his book 'Land of Many Revivals', page 202.

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